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For me “Leadership is the capacity to translate dreams into reality”

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  • Leadership for Life
  • Leadership • Influencing others to follow a given direction
  • • • • • • • • • • • Legends' of Era Kishore Biyani N.R Narayan Murthy L.N Mittal Suhas Gopinath Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Nelson Mandela Abraham Lincoln Osho Rajneesh Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Dalai Lama
  • Kishore Biyani (The Retail King) Born in 1961 Started selling stonewash fabric to small shops in Mumbai Then started Menz Wear Pvt. Ltd Pantaloons, biggest listed retailer of the country Then slowly –slowly expanding it to FUTURE GROUP
  • • Believed in ideology of “Create & Destroy” KB:“Success in business came from the mastery in all aspect including skills, training and motivating the teammates”
  • N.R Narayan Murthy NAGAVARA RAMARAO NARAYAN MURTHY Born in 1946 Completed his BE(ee) in 1967 & Masters in 1969 from IIT K Joined IIM A as Senior Programmer, SESA Paris Came back to India in 1974 & joined Patni Computers 1981, with Six member started Infosys 1995 bring IPO, 1996 started office in Europe & listed in NASDAQ
  • Two Sanksrit word: • Sathyannasti Parodharama • Satyameva Jayate NM:“Leadership is all about courage to dream big”
  • Lakshmi Nivas Mittal (Steel King) Born in 1950 Started his career in early 1970s’ 1976 moved to Indonesia & acquired a steel plant ISPAT INDO Then, never looked back 2006, started the trend of merger & acquisitions by founding ArcelorMittal
  • LNM: “Always think outside the box and increase the opportunities that appears, whenever they might be”
  • Suhas Gopinath Born in 1986 Started his career in cyber café Launched IT MNC at the age of 14 At the age of 24, awarded as the Youngest CEO
  • SG: “I believe that academic skill sets are not the end. We need more of personal skill sets to achieve goal.”
  • Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam (Missile Man) AVUL PAKIR JAINULABDEEN ABDUL KALAM Born in 1931 Specialized in Aero Space Engg. Joined DRDO in 1958 & then ISRO in 1963 Again back to DRDO 2002, elected as 11th President of India
  • APJ: “Dream Big, Dream Big & Dream Big”
  • Nelson Mandela Born in 1918 1944, helped to found the ANC Youth League 1952, Elected national volunteer-in-chief of the Defense Campaign 1962, left the country for military training 1962, on return was arrested for leaving the country illegally 1990, released from Robben Island prison 1994, elected 1st democratically state president of SA 1999, retired from Public life
  • NM: “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die”
  • Abraham Lincoln Born in 1809 1832, began his political career 1834, won election to the state legislature 1837, made 1st protest against slavery in the Illinois House 1860, became the 16th President of US 1863, “Emancipation Proclamation” came into effect Abolition of slavery became an official goal 1864, re-elected as President 1865, pronounced dead
  • His presidency is primarily marked by his illustrious success in defeating the secessionists, abolition of slavery and neutralizing a war-like situation with the United Kingdom in 1861 AL: “I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. My own wisdom, and that of all about me, seemed insufficient for the day”
  • Osho Rajneesh Born in 1931 1953, graduated from Saugar University 1957, travelled & known as Acharya Rajneesh 1970, introduced “Dynamic Meditation” 1970 adopted title “Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh” 1974-1981, Bhagwan in Poona 1981, Rajneeshpuram in US 1985, arrested in US 1986, back to India 1989, called himself as “OSHO” 1990, I leave you my dream
  • Osho: “If you have loved me, I will live with you forever. In your love, I will live. If you have loved me, my body will disappear but I cannot die for you... Even if I am gone I know you will search for me. Yes, I can trust you will hunt for me in every stone and flower, in every eye and star... And I can promise you one thing: if you hunt for me, you will find me - in every star and every eye - because if you have really loved a Master, you have moved into eternity with him. The relationship is not of time; it is timeless. There is going to be no death. My body will disappear, your body will disappear - that will not make any change. If the disappearance of the body makes any change, it simply shows that love had not happened. Love is something beyond the body. Bodies come and go, love remains. Love has eternity in it - timelessness, deathlessness”
  • Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Born in 1956 At the age of 4, he recited verses from Holy Bhagwat Gita Seeing his interest his father appointed Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Under his guidance, he received his degree in the filed of science On completing his education, he joined Maharishi Mahesh Yogi 1982, taught first Art of Living course, to a small gathering of 15 people 1989, established Art of Living Foundation (ALOF), in United States 1997, created International Association for Human Values
  • Philosophy: To Create a stress-free and peaceful world, through the acquisition of wisdom RS: “Spirituality can bring a social change. It is spirituality that can bring a sense of responsibility”
  • Dalai Lama (Man of Peace) Born in 1935 (Tenzin Gyatso) 1937, recognized as the reincarnation of 13th Dalai Lama At the age of 6, began his monastic education At the age of 25, awarded as Geshe Lharampa Degree (Doctorate in Buddhist Philosophy) 1949, after china’s invasion his holiness was called upon as Head of the State & Gov. 1954, went to Beijing for Peace talk with Mao Zedong 1959, seeks exile in India due to China’s military repressed Tibetan 1963, his holiness presented a draft democratic constitution for Tibet
  • 3 Main commitment in life: • As a human being, DL must promote human values • As a religious practitioner. DL must promote religious harmony & understanding among world’s major religious traditions • As a Tibetan, DL must act as a free spokesperson of the Tibetans in their struggle for justice DL: “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions”
  • L-E-A-D-E-R-S Model L • Look & Listen E • Emotional Bonding A • Awareness D • Doing E • Empowerment R • Responsibility S • Synchronicity
  • LOOK &LISTEN: All these great leaders have a vision, and the ability to manifest it. These all the leaders were defining their own vision and begins with looking & listing. I found 4 important steps, involved in this LOOK & LISTEN: • Body: the stage of observing and information gathering • Mind: the stage of analysis and judgement • Heart: the stage of feeling • Soul: the stage of incubation Once you satisfied that you have gone through all these stages your vision in any given moment will emerges.
  • KB: He is true visionary when he started selling readymade garments when nobody was preferred ready-to-wear shirts & trousers. Now, his vision is sharing Indian society & which is unchallenged APJ: He is the man whose efforts are largely responsible for shaping the defense program of India . He has always been known for his impeccable vision which can be seen in his breakthrough work “India 2020” Look & Listen SG: “ I have been inspired by the story of Bill Gate and wanted to offer employment to eligible unemployed youth all over the world. That was my ultimate notice when I started my company”. N.R NM: A leaders has to raise the confidence of followers. He should make them understand that tough times are a part of life and they will come out better at the end of it He Said: “Fire is the test of gold, Adversity of strong Men” LNM: For this, Mittal quoted a statement” This is not about creating a giant…its about creating the sustainability f the steel industry” and he made it by ArcelorMittal
  • NM: We can see from his working that, he liberated a country from a system of violet prejudice and helped unite white and black, oppressor and oppressed, in a way that had never been done before. Today, he is still leading the fight against apartheid with extraordinary resilience and vigor after spreading nearly 3 decades of his life behind bars. AL: His presidency is primarily marked by his illustrious success in defeating the secessionists, abolition of slavery and neutralizing a war like situation with UK. Look & Listen OR: He was one of the most famed as well as most controversial spiritual leaders of his time. He came to be known as “Archarya Rajneesh” and delivered lecture on socialism and Gandhi. Then went to Poona and started “Dynamic Meditation” and we called him the name of “OSHO” DL: His holiness the Dalai Lama continued to take initiatives and find a solution for Tibetan issues, in 1987, he proposed a Five Point Peace Plan. RS: He believe that leadership is to set example. A leader doesn’t just order things, he doesn’t it so that others can do it.
  • EMOTIONAL BONDING: Leaders bring out the best in others, but successful visionaries go even further. They form lasting emotional bonds. When people are emotionally bonded to you, they want to have contact with you. They want to be of service and share in your vision. To create such bonds, you must be willing to build real relationships and share yourself.
  • KB: This can be shown by the logo of Future Group at which you will find one sparrow which is known as Sone ki Chidya and even they explained in their Video that is FG main Humara Manna hai ki Hum Bharat ki sone ki chidiya ko wapes leke aayenge. APJ: Acc to him, there should be a degree of mobility in management. This creates congenial work environment and generates employee loyalty, which in turns leads to higher efficiency & dedication. Emotional Bonding SG: To get job in Global Inc., you have to fill one form and then you will get one assignment and by completing this if they find it feasible then you will be the part of Global Inc. N.R NM: He believes in enhancing trust and confidence. He said” Trust & Confidence can only exist where there is a premium on transparency. The leaders has to create an environment where each person feels secure enough to be able to disclose his/her mistakes and resolve to improve. LNM: He always share his vision with his subordinate.
  • NM: When he was elected as the secretary to the youth leadership, he always aimed at the attainment of full citizenship, direct parliamentary representation for all South Africans. He had constantly advised his followers to avoid violence. AL: His assassination in 1865 was the first ever presidential assassination in the US history which made him a martyr in its history who would be remembered for his sacrifices for the unity of his nation. Emotional Bonding OR: His disciples purchased a large plot in Vasco country, and named it Rajneeshpuram. This was the example of emotional bonding he had with his followers. DL: According to the third commitment of Tibetan’s Philosophy, as a Tibetan, DL must act as the free spokesperson of the Tibetans in this struggle for justice, this way he followed and made the 5 Point Peace Plan RS: He started teaching vedic pundits, after that he discovered sudarshan kriya, a breathing technique, thus making his journey towards global acknowledgement and setting up AOLF
  • AWARENESS: It is the birthplace of possibility it tells leader which is the right one to take. As a leader, your own awareness affects, everyone around you.
  • KB: He tried out different things on his own, like readymade garments, textile production, creating brands before ventured in retail business. And finally he inspired from Chennai based “SARVANA Stores”, and he started BIG BAZAAR. N.R NM: According to him” this prepares you to anticipate change and be ready for it when it comes. He discovered PSPD model for the enhancement of Infosys. i.e Predictability – Sustainability – Profitability - Derisking APJ: Dr. Kalam has always emphasized on the importance of creativity ad innovation in anything we do. He says that India needs creative leaders rather than Managers or Commanders. Awareness SG: He started with web development, and time by time according to market requirement, he started other services along with web development. And this way Globals has drastically grown as a MNC IT Consulting Company focussed on Web, E-Comm, & Mobile Solutions LNM: By starting Merger & acquisitions trend of Arcelor Mittal, he shows the awareness trait.
  • NM: He was the most significant black leader who stood against racism and apartheid in SA, while many in the world were silent. His word, “Struggle is my life” AL: Lincoln had only 18 months of formal school, but he was self educated and an avid learner. He was not only a keen reader and excellent writer but also a local wrestler. DL: As a leader of Tibet, the DL always issued with guidelines for a future free Tibet and always worked on. Awareness OR: He travelled throughout India giving talks, challenging religious leaders in public debate and meeting people from all walks of life. He read extensively, everything he could find to broader his understanding of the belief systems and psychology of contemporary man, And after this, he began to develop his unique Dynamic Meditation Method” RS: He had a spiritual inclinations right from childhood and has worked since then to make the world a better place to live in.
  • DOING: A leader should be action-oriented, only through action can you bring a Vision to life. But Vision & Action must be compatible, to make them so requires Skill. That skill begins with walking the walk, energizing others, around you and recruiting them to your mission. As a leader, you must identify the role you are expected to play.
  • KB: This can be shown by establishing the Future Group N.R NM: This can be shown by his visionary leadership and always remembered as the prominent architect of Information Technology in India APJ: This can be shown by making Missiles then again by his presidency and sharing his vision of “India 2020” Doing SG: This can be shown by Global Inc. and he was awarded as the Youngest CEO of the world at the age of 24. LNM: Known as “Steel King”, that shows his Doing
  • NM: This can be shown by his activist nature, President of ANC and Former President of SA. AL: His presidency is primarily marked by his illustrious success in defeating the secessionists, abolition of slavery and neutralizing a war like situation with UK in 1865. OR: By developing unique Dynamic Meditation Method” DL: For adapting peaceful methods to find a solution for the much debated Tibetan Issue. Doing RS: By his aim to relieve stress at an individual level and also alleviate the disease and violence at societal level
  • Empowerment: It is the fruit of successful action. Power comes from self awareness that is responsive to feedback but independent of the good or bad opinion of others. This isn’t ego empowerment, which is driven by the demands of “I, me, and mine”; you are empowering others at the same time as you empower yourself. It raises the states of leaders and team together.
  • These al leaders are grounded in being. They isn’t invested in either doing or thinking. Everyday their existence is focused on keeping to the right path, wherever it leads.
  • Responsibility: It means having concern for everyone’s personal growth. This responsibility begins with your own evolution. In 8 areas of your life you have the power to be guided by your soul: • Thoughts • Emotions • Perception • Personal Relationships • Social Role • Environment • Speech • Body
  • They all are risk-takers & they took the responsibility. They brought the Revolutionary changes in the society.
  • Synchronicity: It is the ability to create good luck and find invisible support that carries one beyond predicted outcomes to a higher plane. In spiritual terms, it is the ultimate ability to connect any need with an answer from the Soul.
  • This final aspects of leadership is more mysterious than the others. Successful leaders can all look back at small miracles in their lives, but successful visionaries look back at major miracles. And all these leaders believes in this soul & wisdom which makes them the great legendary of this ERA.
  • Learning • There is no specific definition of leadership • Two Types of Leadership: – Thought Leadership – Skill Leadership “Leadership is the capacity to translate dreams into reality”
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