Leadership in Crisis 1

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LEADERSHIP IN CRISIS SANJOY DUTTA RAHUL DUTTA RAMENDRA S .YADAV S .N . TRIPATHI SATISH TIWARI SANJEEV Kr. SINGH

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“LEADERSHIP IN CRISIS"

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LEADERSHIP : The art of motivating a group of people to achieve common goal. CRISIS : A non-routine event that risks undesired visibility that in turn threatens significant reputational damage. LEADERSHIP & CRISIS

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QUALITIES OF LEADERS:- Understanding people. Ability to face criticism. Delegation of responsibilities. Eloquence power. Enthusiasm. Judgement. Vision. Integrity. Aptitude.

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DISCIPLINE

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Environmental Technological Terroristic Criminal Misconduct Managerial Accidental SPARKS OF CRISIS

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REMEMBER THEM!

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Self- Awareness Social Skills Self- Management Social Awareness Emotional Self-Awareness Accurate Self-Assessment Self-Confidence Self-Control Trustworthiness Conscientiousness Adaptability Achievement Orientation Initiative Empathy Organizational Awareness Service Orientation Leadership Developing Others Influence Communication Change Catalyst Conflict Management Building Bonds Teamwork & Collaboration COMPETENCIES @ Hour OF CRISIS

Why Do Smart Leaders Fail? : 

Leadership Is aMatter of the Heart Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the Differentiating Factor in Success 90% of the difference between outstanding and average leaders were linked to EQ EQ is two times as important as IQ and Technical Expertise combined EQ is four times as important in terms of overall success Leadership Is aState of Mind Only One Cognitive Ability(Pattern Recognition)Differentiated Outstanding Leaders Intellectual Capability (IQ)Knowledge and TechnicalExpertise are ThresholdCompetencies Why Do Smart Leaders Fail? The Transition to Leadership

Leadership framework for crisis management : 

Leadership framework for crisis management

The challenge of a crisis is an ultimate test of leader’s character. : 

The challenge of a crisis is an ultimate test of leader’s character.

Leadership in a (Permanent) Crisis : 

Leadership in a (Permanent) Crisis Crisis leadership has two distinct phases. First is that emergency phase, when your task is to stabilize the situation and buy time. Second is the adaptive phase, when you tackle the underlying causes of the crisis and build the capacity to thrive in a new reality

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SMART LEADERS!

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THANKYOU

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