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Learning on its way …….PowerPoint Presentation: INTRODUCTION Chak De India ’ is the story of a coach's fight of making his team, Team India, by overcoming their diverse backgrounds. It's a story about honesty, determination, perseverance, sincerity integrity, and human spirit to fight and win. A story to remind the nation of its National sport .PowerPoint Presentation: MOTIVATION THEORIES Theory X and Theory Y Theory X: In “ CHAKDE INDIA ” we can relate this theory to Bindia Naik. Theory Y: This theory can be associated with the team captain Vidya Sharma.PowerPoint Presentation: EQUITY THEORY There is a relevance of Equity Theory with this movie. The two characters of the movie i.e., the team captain “ Vidya Sharma ” and the most experienced player “ Bindia Naik ” are the apt example of this theory. Basically, problem is because of the designation of the team captain.PowerPoint Presentation: REINFORCEMENT THEORY Positive Reinforcement We can relate reinforcement theory in the sequence when “ Kabir Khan ” the coach of the team announced “ Vidya Sharma ” as the captain of Indian Women ’ s Hockey Team . Negative Reinforcement Negative Reinforcement Theory is applied in the movie when during the practice session a fight broke between “ Balbir kaur ” and “ Soimoi Kerketa ” and they have been asked to leave the ground.PowerPoint Presentation: PUNISHMENT With reference to the sequence from the movie where the most experienced player of the team i.e., “ Bindia Naik ” is asked not play any of the match of the league because of her rude behavior. This sequence from the movie clearly depicts Punishment.PowerPoint Presentation: EXPECTANCY THEORY Effort-performance relationship The validity of this theory is proven by the sequence in the movie when “ Kabir Khan ” returned after 7 years and insisted to coach the Indian Women ’ s Hockey Team and achieve success in being the coach. Performance-Reward relationship Being a coach, he worked really hard on the team and as a reward he get the acceptance of the association to take the team to Hockey world cup. Rewards-personal goals relationship This theory is valid because he get the acceptance as a reward and in this way he got a chance to rectify his mistake which he made 7 years back. Also he justified himself as a true sportsman of his country.PowerPoint Presentation: David McClelland ’ s Theory of Needs Achievement The drive to excel, to achieve in relation to a set of standards, to strive to succeed . Affiliation The desire for friendly and close interpersonal relationships. Power The need to make others behave in a way that they would not have behaved otherwise.PowerPoint Presentation: PERSONALITY TRAITS Personality traits of the the Lead character of the movie i.e., Kabir Khan is best described by “ Big Five Model Personality Dimensions ” . Five Dimensions of Big Five Model are: Extraversion: One ’ s comfort level with relationships: talkative, outgoing, sociable, gregarious, and assertive versus reserved, timid, shy. Agreeableness : One ’ s inclination to defer to others:, Good-natured, courteous, empathic cooperative, warm, caring, and trusting versus cool, disagreeable, antagonistic. Conscientiousness: One ’ s reliability regarding responsibility Responsible, dependable, persistent, careful, self disciplined and organized versus distracted, disorganized and unreliable. Emotional Stability: One ’ s ability to withstand stress Calm, self-confident, secure (positive) versus nervous, anxious depressed and insecure (negative). Openness to Experience: One ’ s range of interests and fascination with novelty: Imaginativeness, artistic, sensitivity, flexible, and intellectualism creative, curious versus conventional.PowerPoint Presentation: PERSONALITY TYPE Being a student of Organizational Behavior, the personality type of Lead Character based on a combination of the 4 Jungian rules is INTJ. Introversion (I) Intuiting (N) Thinking (T) Judging (J)PowerPoint Presentation: GROUP DEVELOPMENT STAGESPowerPoint Presentation: LEADERSHIP STYLE Leadership ’ Theory. Transformational leadership is a style of a leader, who engages with the team members in such a way that the leader and the team members raise one another to higher level of motivation and morality. The Leadership style of the lead character of the movie depicts ‘ TRANSFORMATIONAL at the leader and the team members raise one another to higher level of motivation and morality. There are four dimensions of Transformational leadership and they are: Inspirational Motivation Intellectual simulation Individualized consideration/ attention Psychology of transformational leadershipTHANK YOU: THANK YOU CHAK DE! INDIA You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.