Leadership : : The Mysterious Talent


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Leadership : : The Mysterious Talent

  1. 1. Archana, Arun, Sanjay, Sindhuri & Vinod
  2. 2. ContentWhat is Leadership?Impact of Leadership-InfosysStyles of LeadershipQuality of leadersMS Dhoni-CricketerMajor business challengesThe Leadership In 21st CenturySir Richard BransonVideo on LeadershipImpact of Leadership-Infosys
  3. 3. What is Leadership? The abilty to influenece a groupor individual toward theachievement of a vision or setof goal. Clearly stating your vision! Explaining your plan for attainingyour vision! Instilling confidence andoptimism! Expressing confidence in thoseyou lead!!!
  4. 4. Impact of Leadership-InfosysN. R. Narayana Murthyfounder of InfosysEmployeesEmployees6 (1983)155,629 (2013)
  5. 5. Styles of Leadership
  6. 6. Styles of Leadership1. Autocratic Leadership: Individual control over all decisions.Example: Colonel Gaddafi2. Democratic Leadership: They Listen to and act on opinions of thegroup. Example: Barack Obama & Narendra Modi3. Visionary Leadership: The processes, steps, and methods ofleadership are achieved with and through people. Example: MotherTeresa & Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi4. Laissez Faire Leadership: Make very few decisions and give verylittle feedback .5. Transactional Leadership:These leaders motivate their followers bypromoting the reward of winning the game.
  7. 7. Quality of Leader
  8. 8. Quality of Leaders-I1. Listening"When people talk,listen completely. Most people never listen." - Ernest Hemingway2. Storytelling"Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today." -RobertMcAfee Brown3. Authenticity"I had no idea that being your authentic self could make me as rich as Ive become. If Ihad, Id have done it a lot earlier." -Oprah Winfrey4. Transparency"As a small businessperson, you have no greater leverage than the truth." -JohnWhittier
  9. 9. Quality of Leaders-II5. Team Playing"Individuals play the game, but teams beat the odds." -SEAL Team Saying6. Responsiveness"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it." -Charles Swindoll7. Adaptability"When youre finished changing, youre finished." -Ben Franklin8. Passion"The only way to do great work is to love the work you do." -Steve Jobs
  10. 10. Quality of Leaders-III9. Surprise and Delight"A true leader always keeps an element of surprise up his sleeve, which otherscannot grasp but which keeps his public excited and breathless." -Charles deGaulle10. Simplicity"Less isnt more; just enough is more." -Milton Glaser11. Gratefulness"I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude ishappiness doubled by wonder." -Gilbert Chesterton
  11. 11. Ticket collector to trophycollector- Mahi (MSD)
  12. 12. The Captain Cool of the Indian cricket team.Its about an ordinary man who went on to doextraordinary things.Dhoni is one those few captains in sports who havealways led from the front, more so, in a situation ofcrisis.Dhoni motivates his team well during all cricketingsessions.Success does not go to his HeadMS Dhoni-Cricketer
  13. 13. Leadership from the front
  14. 14. Major business challenges driving theneed for effective 21st-centuryleadership:
  15. 15. CONTRIBUTE UNIQUENESS:"Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, addwhat is specifically your own.“ –Bruce Lee Have an original perspective that inspires people Apply knowledge from one area to another orsynthesize ideas from different disciplines Tell a different story about the material; Relate itto your own life and work experiences Find a novel way to communicate key concepts orapproach a problem Trim the fat off of a theory or operational system;add new elements that improve
  16. 16. ACT EFFECTIVELY :“Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing theright things.” – Peter Drucker Tell a different story about the material; Relate it toyour own life and work experiences Find a novel way to communicate key concepts orapproach a problem Trim the fat off of a theory or operational system;add new elements that improve
  17. 17. BE RESILIENT“Fall seven times, Stand up eight.” – JapaneseProverb If you believe in your mission and abilities, failure isjust a temporary detour. Most failures contain one or more lessons. Bewilling to admit your contribution to the failure, and beready to change your thinking about the issue. Listen to and collaborate with others, but do notsuppress your own voice and goals. You may need to take time to grieve the loss of adream, contemplate, and regroup.
  18. 18. EMBRACE CHANGE• “The entrepreneur always searches for change,responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity. “ –Peter Drucker The human brain naturally resists change, seeing itas a threat. It is important to counteract your brain’s natural, fear-based, conservative tendencies and cultivate anoptimistic attitude to change. Pay attention to the thoughts and feelings thatchange brings up in you. See if you can watch fearfulreactions without feeling you have to act on them.
  19. 19. Sir Richard Branson
  20. 20. Main Characteristics
  21. 21. Virgin Group Net Worth: 4.6 bn, as of March 2013
  22. 22. Leadership Video
  23. 23. - Thank You