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A VIEW ON LEADERSHIP
By
Balamurugan.A
Lakshmi Priya.R
Prasanth.E
Shali Praviya.A
Oscar Lambart Pyngrope
Viknesh.U
MBA I Ye...
Management as defined by B. M. Richman
Management entails the utilisation of human efforts
and material resources towards ...
Leadership
Leadership is a process by which a person influences
others to accomplish an objective and directs the
organiza...
What Leadership Will Look Like In 20 Years ?
1.Questions Not Answers: In the future, your effectiveness
as a leader will b...
What Leadership Will Look Like In 20 Years ? Contd..
4.Chaos Learning : Instead of relying on proven static
methods and pr...
The question “why should anyone be lead by you ?”
strikes fear in the hearts of most Management
Executives.
Why should any...
Reveal your weakness
• Nobody wants to work with a perfect leader –He doesn’t
appear to need help.
• They selectively show...
Become a Sensor
• They rely heavily on intuition to gauge the appropriate
timing and course of their actions.
• Their abil...
Practice Tough Empathy
• Inspirational Leaders empathize passionately-and
realistically- with people, and they care intens...
Dare to be different
• They capitalize on what's unique about themselves.
• They most effective leaders deliberately use d...
References
 http://www.ripublication.com/gjmbs_spl/gjmbsv3n3spl
_14.pdf
 http://www.forbes.com/sites/ricksmith/2014/08/2...
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  1. 1. A VIEW ON LEADERSHIP By Balamurugan.A Lakshmi Priya.R Prasanth.E Shali Praviya.A Oscar Lambart Pyngrope Viknesh.U MBA I Year Pondicherry Central University
  2. 2. Management as defined by B. M. Richman Management entails the utilisation of human efforts and material resources towards the achievement of organisational objectives What is Management and its Process? Management Process: o Planning o Staffing o Directing o Controlling
  3. 3. Leadership Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent. Four Factors of Leadership: There are four major factors in leadership (U.S. Army, 1983): 1.Leader 2.Followers 3.Communication 4.Situation
  4. 4. What Leadership Will Look Like In 20 Years ? 1.Questions Not Answers: In the future, your effectiveness as a leader will be defined by your ability to ask the right questions. 2. Employee Pull : The most effective leaders will be those who embrace this extreme empowerment, while still effectively managing quality and risk. 3. Customer Pull : Leaders in this new marketplace will be those able to set up and manage systems of tools with which customers can interact and create.
  5. 5. What Leadership Will Look Like In 20 Years ? Contd.. 4.Chaos Learning : Instead of relying on proven static methods and processes, leaders will focus on building a learning capability, being comfortable with ambiguity, continually working within a changing landscape and anticipating and reacting to it with agility. 5. Focus on Growth: Leaders who excel will understand and reward the skills and behaviour that create growth and innovation. 6. Purpose :Purpose will be the basis of much of this choice, and the greatest leaders will rally around missions that offer the chance to have dramatic positive impact.
  6. 6. The question “why should anyone be lead by you ?” strikes fear in the hearts of most Management Executives. Why should anyone be lead by you? A leader by default requires vision, energy , authority , and strategic direction – and these four additional qualities • Reveal your weakness • Become a sensor • Practice Tough Empathy • Dare to be different
  7. 7. Reveal your weakness • Nobody wants to work with a perfect leader –He doesn’t appear to need help. • They selectively show their weaknesses. By exposing some vulnerability, they reveal their approachability and humanity. • Example: Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin, is ill at ease and fumbles in-cessantly when interviewed in public.
  8. 8. Become a Sensor • They rely heavily on intuition to gauge the appropriate timing and course of their actions. • Their ability to collect and interpret soft data helps them know just when and how to act. • Example: The CEO of Multi national Entertainment company headquartered at Paris, came to know about the vulnerable situation of Distributorship problem at Italy’s branch with non-verbal cues.
  9. 9. Practice Tough Empathy • Inspirational Leaders empathize passionately-and realistically- with people, and they care intensely about the work employees do. • Tough Empathy means giving people what they need, not what they want. • Example: Alan Levy, the former CEO of Polygram, helped his Junior Record Executives for selecting a Singles off albums.
  10. 10. Dare to be different • They capitalize on what's unique about themselves. • They most effective leaders deliberately use differences to keep a social distance. Even as they are drawing their followers close to them, Inspirational leaders signal their separateness. • Example: Mr.David Prosser, the CEO of Legal and General, one of Europe's largest and successful insurance companies was famous for his statement “We may be good but we are not good enough ?”
  11. 11. References  http://www.ripublication.com/gjmbs_spl/gjmbsv3n3spl _14.pdf  http://www.forbes.com/sites/ricksmith/2014/08/25/wh at-leadership-will-look-like-in-20-years/  http://old.euba.sk/dokumenty/cnas/ABCE/HBR%20art icle%20%20why%20should%20anyone%20be%20le d%20by%20you.pdf

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