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Management lessons (1)

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Management lessons (1)

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION •Chak de India is the story of a coach’s fight for making his local team, Indian women hockey team by overcoming the problems of diverse backgrounds. •It is the story about honesty, determination,sincerity, integrity and human fight to win.
  2. 2. PRINCIPLES:  Team/Organization is always bigger than the individual.  It is important to look at unifying factor Work on strengths.  It is important to take risks.  At times tough decisions has to be taken
  3. 3. • All team members from different regions having different backgrounds with Individual stories to tell. • Respect for their cultures. • Use of native language.
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP STYLE
  5. 5. LEADERSHIP STYLE AUTOCRATIC STYLE • The leader alone determine policies and make plans. • He demands strict obedience and relies on power. PARTICIPATIVE STYLE • Involvement in decision making improves the understanding of issues involved by those who must carry out decisions. DEMOCRATIC STYLE • The entire team is involved in and accepts responsibility for goal settig and achievement. • Subordinate have considerable freedom of action.
  6. 6. INDIVIDUAL GOALS VS GROUP GOALS
  7. 7. INDIVIDUAL GOAL VS GROUP GOAL Group Goal – To win the world cup Individual Goal - individual goals and agendas are always counter-productive. As proved by the way two forward players try to become the highest goal-scorer at the cost of the team’s fortune.
  8. 8. TEAM FORMATION
  9. 9. TEAM FORMATION STAGES OF TEAM FORMATIO N FORMIN G STORMIN G NORMIN G PERFOR MING
  10. 10. FORMING • A common goal bring people together
  11. 11. STORMING • Diversity ,personal egos create conflict
  12. 12. NORMING • Informal leaders emerge who influence others to follow a particular code of conduct which may conflict with the code defined by the leader.
  13. 13. PERFORMING • When the goals,roles and rules are clear people start deliveringbut this will not gurantee a winning performance.
  14. 14. MOTIVATION
  15. 15. MOTIVATION “The processes that account for an individuals intensity, direction and persistence of effort towards attaining a goal.”
  16. 16. KEY LEARNINGS DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE ANYONE LEADERSHIP QUALITIES NEVER LOOSE HOPE SACRIFICE TO ACHIEVE GOALS LEARN FROM MISTAKE APPRECIATE THE BETTER PERFORMANCE ONE FAULT CAN SPOIL YOUR CARRER
  17. 17. THANK YOU.......

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