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Leadership Masters Of Transformation

Leadership Masters Of Transformation
MTHR is a unique organization that works not only for the good of the HR community but for society at large. They organize free seminars. That’s one USP. More importantly, they pick good themes, find a supporting sponsor and then choose a theme that is best justified by chosen speakers and panelists.

The seminar I attended on 22 Nov was very well-supported by VES (Vivekanand Educational Society). The faculty and students did a commendable job.

A few GEMS I picked up from all speakers

  • Leadership is not a position of authority but a responsibility.
  • Leadership provides a platform for you to be a servant of servants. A platform for you to support your team to produce results.
  • What makes a soldier face danger willingly and fearlessly? He does this for his ‘paltan.’  And for the ‘izzat’ of his paltan.
  • How did Japan rise from scratch? Just one sentence moved them, “who is responsible for quality?” Everyone is! Quality is everyone’s job.
  • We must take care of our boundaries. Let’s move out of them. A classic example is of an elephant who is conditioned to believe that the rope is stronger than his strength and that Hanuman was not aware of his capability till he was made aware of it.
  • Leaders need to establish a purpose that people feel is for their overall good and find ways to motivate them to achieve the desired results.
  • Many are called, and few are chosen.
  • Is your ambition higher than your (perceived) ability? – but only slightly.
  • Know where you are and where you want to be and work on ‘how’ to reach there.
  • Change is temporary. Transformation is permanent and irreversible.
Thanks to
  • Anand Pillai, Sr. Exec Vice President & Chief Learning Officer – Reliance Industries Ltd.
  • Alok Kumar Managing Director – Sears India
  • Rani Desai, Chief People Office, Deloitte
  • Rahul Pinjarkar, Vice President, Human Resources, Saint Gobain Gyproc
  • Rajesh Kamath

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