Top Ten Indian Leaders to Learn From


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The best thing about life is that it presents us with an opportunity to learn something new everyday. And what better than learning from successful top Indian contemporary Leaders who have proved themselves by displaying excellent leadership qualities and can serve as excellent role models for us visit at http://kamyabology.cpm for best presentations for leadership training

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Top Ten Indian Leaders to Learn From

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  3. 3. One of the best known Indian industrialists, Ratan Tata was Chairman of the Tata Group from 1962. Ratan Tata has been awarded the Padma Bhushan, the Padma Vibhushan, and has also been knighted by the Queen of England. Ratan Tata is considered a prolific businessman and is responsible for the spectacular success of many Tata companies. visit for similar best 900+ presentations
  4. 4. Despite being the nephew of JRD Tata, Ratan Tata started his career working in the blast furnaces and in the workshops at Jamshedpur. Taking over from JRD Tata in 1981, Rata Tata grew the Tata Group into a major multi national presence with over 114 companies.His major achievements include the first Indian Car Nano, push into the sunrise industries – Software and Telecom , global reach- Corus,Tata Tetley & Jaguar and Range Rover.Lessons learnt- Thinking out of the box, passion and taking risks definitely visit for similar best give massive results 900+ presentations
  5. 5.  E. Sreedharan is the chief architect behind the metro projects in most Indian cities including Kolkata Metro and Delhi Metro. He planned and oversaw the construction of 93 tunnels within a distance of 82 kilometers in the Konkan Railways segment. Awarded the Padma Shri and the Padma Vibhushan, E Sreedharan has also been awarded the Legion d’Honneur by the Government of France. visit for similar best 900+ presentations
  6. 6.  E Sreedharan’s life is a living example of achievement in the face of what seems like impossible odds. When he set out to design and implement the first metro of the country in Kolkata, Sreedharan had to face insurmountable opposition by way of inimical circumstances and critics. The Konkan Railway story is one of tunneling through soft soil and building navigable routes saving much time and cost for the people. E Sreedharan simply never gives up till he succeeds.Lessons learnt- Persistence, Never Give Up Attitude, Discipline and Giving your visit for similar best best can achieve impossible Goals 900+ presentations
  7. 7. Formerly a commissioned officer in the Indian Army, Captain G R Gopinath revolutionized the aviation industry in India by setting up Air Deccan, the first low cost airline of the country. His pioneering efforts won him France’s highest civilian award, the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur and many entrepreneurship awards in India. visit for similar best 900+ presentations
  8. 8.  When he ended his stint at the Indian Army, G R Gopinath returned to take up agriculture. But the deep rooted desire to serve the country never really left him.  He dreamed of an India where air travel was within the means of every man and woman. G R Gopinath’s famous statement “I want every Indian to fly at least once” serves to show the vision that helped this leader pioneer low cost airlines in India.Lessons learnt- Having a Vision/Dream and fighting against all odds to achieve the visit for similar best Vision/Dream 900+ presentations
  9. 9. NR Narayana Murthy rose frombeing a software engineer from ahumble background to becomeone of India’s leadingindustrialists. Co-founder of thesoftware giant, Infosys, NarayanaMurthy also served as thecompany’s CEO from 1981 to2011. Narayana Murthy has been thedominant force behind themeteoric rise of the company withleading the organization form thefront. visit for similar best 900+ presentations
  10. 10. Armed with an engineering degree Narayana Murthy started Infosys in 1981 with a capital investment of INR 10,000. In Narayana Murthy’s 21 year tenure as CEO, the company has grown into an organization that reported profits worth US $1.49 billion last year. Besides pioneering the famous Global Delivery Model, Narayana Murthy has set an example for others with his philanthropic ventures, transparency, integrity and being fair.Lessons learnt- A Person can become successful irrespective of his background and visit for similar best without compromising on integrity 900+ presentations
  11. 11. India won the 2007 ICC WorldTwenty20, CB Series of 2007–08, theBorder-Gavaskar Trophy in 2008 and2010 against Australia 2–0 and 2011World Cup. His Test, ODI record is bestamong all the Indian captains to date.He also captained Chennai Super Kingsto victory in the recent 2011 IPL and inthe Champions League. He is now acaptain of India in all three forms of thegameDhoni has also been the recipient ofmany awards including the ICC ODIPlayer of the Year award in 2008 and2009 (the first Indian player to achievethis feat), the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratnaaward and the Padma Shri. visit for similar best 900+ presentations
  12. 12. A perfect team player who backs his players and remains calm and cool under all circumstances. He gives credit to his players and places them in the lime-light. He also leads from the front. He has handled admirably both the senior marquee players like Sachin, Sourav etc. and younger players like Virat, Ashwin etc. He takes risks, innovates and brings out the best in his playersLessons learnt- High emotional quotient, remaining cool and calm and absorbing pressure visit for similar best is a great leadership quality 900+ presentations
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