Sudarshan Singh Shekhawat - LEADERSHIP

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DWARIKESH SUGAR INDUSTRIES LIMITED Leadership Lessons Through Activity (a Movie - “Lagaan”) By SUDARSHAN SINGH SHEKHAWAT

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OVERVIEW strongly believe, this game exercise helps players make sure that their assessment of lessons observation power. The use of movie (joyful learning) sternly will inspire the entire team for team building, leadership, commitment, coaching, self-esteem, confidence, and grace.

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Purpose of the Activity (1) To enhance the value of short periods of time through creativity. (2) Develop team work through Group activities. Understand your style as a leader. Develop strategies to lead with greater effectiveness. Choose an effective leadership. Motivate through example, method and approach. Practice, discuss and problem solve. Purpose – New Joyful Learning )

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Brainstorming…. Question for brainstorming homework - Please elaborate – Q - What did you learn from this move clip “Lagaan” activity and how will implement in your organization?

Brainstorming…. Flow of Group Activity - :

Form mixed groups of teams from all participants - seven members. Ask each team to stand by a flip chart or present through OHP. After movie clipping show group sit jointly for brainstorming. Each teams start work to prepare their presentation after 20 minutes to brainstorm and prepare their presentation in next 10 minutes on alternative responses to this below question: The teams should make sure that all members participate and someone writes down their ideas on the flip chart Sheets. The team should generate as many ideas as possible within the 10 minute period. Conclude the second brainstorming cum presentation making session and start individual group presentation and read the ideas one by one. Judge panel identify the winning team. We request the judges to select the best one among these ideas. Identify the team that contributed this idea and declare its members to be the winners. Brainstorming…. Flow of Group Activity -

Assemble a panel of judges. :

Near the end of this game, we need 2-5 people to decide the winning teams. We depute this panel to observe all activities and tell them that all they have to do is to listen to ideas, presentations and decide which one is best and which one is the most unique. This activity should not require more than 20 minutes of their time. Assemble a panel of judges.

“LAGAAN” – Leadership Lessons …… outcome:

“LAGAAN” – Leadership Lessons (few key examples of outcome for the reference of answers, as noted at glance) 1. PROBLEMS AS OPPORTUNITIES – Bhuvan accepts Captain Russel’s challenges to a cricket match, which is a risk, but Bhuvan views the improved offer of no tax as a great option against the possibility of living a lowly, debt bounded life. In reality, even we can think of our problems as opportunities for innovation. “LAGAAN” – Leadership Lessons …… outcome

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2. DREAM BIG AND DEFINE THE GOAL – Once bhuvan accepts the challenge, his dream is three years of no tax. Here, Bhuvan, not only dream big, but, also puts a strategy in place to make that a reality. He makes his dream into a vision where he makes things happen the way he wants, envisions the future and paints picture in front of others of how to achieve it. Lessons …… outcome

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3. DETERMINATION IN FACE OF OPPOSITIONS – Bhuvan is opposed by all villagers for taking up the challenge, but, on all occasions Bhuvan faces up and answers his crutics with bravery, ultimately winning their support. In real life sometimes we give up and accept what we feel is perhaps a lesser decision, but, if we know we are fighting for the right issue and not against an individual we can win. Lessons …… outcome

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MAKE A START – Bhuvan makes a bat and a ball, gets people interested and begins. To test out new ideas is by jumping in and getting started. He trusted on his capabilities and his team and create work environment accordingly. During process he build-up open and honest communication with the team members to increases awareness and builds cooperation among each other. This initiate environment of trust promoted faithfulness, positive attitude and commitment to achieve a particular goal by the team members. Lessons …… outcome

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5. UTILIZATION OF AVAILABLE RECOURSES - Get External Support – Bhuvan understands importance of the situation so he has accepted outside support in right perspective without from English leady. Its show positive attitude and determination of challenge. He properly utilized or instill values of working towards the holistic goal of the challenge rather than have individual interests. Lessons …… outcome

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6. BUILDING THE TEAM – Bhuvan start recruiting the right people and motivates them. He understands the pressures and the soft points of people and utilizes this knowledge to make them a part of this team. Bhuvan talks to each of his team members, assigns tem responsibilities, treats everyone equally knowing they are all different. The objective is to make them all work together like a fist, like a team. Also, Bhuvan supports his team members even they make mistakes. He gives Kachra a second chance on the second afternoon of the match despite the skepticism of other knowing Kachra can be a match-winner and Kachra proves him right. It is pertinent in any team that the captain supporting his team, backing the RIGHT PERSON AT RIGHT TIME FOR THE RIGHT JOB. Lessons …… outcome

Broad Question ?....:

At last we may conduct or begin with a broad question such as: What did you learn from this activity? Whenever you have to solve a problem or explore alternatives, brainstorming is an efficient and effective technique. Could you have come up with such a variety of alternative ideas by working individually? What are the advantages and disadvantages of brainstorming? Why did no one ask for the goal, or the criterion, or the scoring system at the beginning? What assumptions did you make? Conclude the debriefing session. End with this broad question: How can you apply your insights back in your workplace? Encourage the players to select one or two 5-minute value-enhancement strategies for immediate application. Broad Question ?....

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Vision : A leader is a visionary and this quality, more than any other, sets a leader apart from the followers. Followers blindly align themselves to the vision and goals of the leader and help the leader accomplish them. But without an envisioned leader, the team will be a directionless group. 2. Ability to Change : The external business environment is becoming more and more dynamic and a leader should be able to change with the times. He should be able to align his vision with what the market wants. Effective Leadership Skills

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3 . Set a Benchmark : A leader should be able to set a performance benchmark and be what he expects the employees to be. He himself should display the set of qualities which he expects from his team. People-Skills : Whatever the monetary and non-monetary rewards, employees will only be really motivated to work if they know what it is that is motivating the leader. So a leader should be able to communicate the effective leadership strategies and his vision to the rest of the team in a way that the employees too feel that 'yes! This is what we want too!'. Effective Leadership Skills

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Listening and Not Just Talking: A lot of employees complain that their boss doesn't listen to what they have to contribute and is not open to suggestions. If the leader chooses to listen to what his team has to say, they may be able make valuable suggestions to make a process more effective. Hence, listening too is one of the most important practices for effective leadership. Solving: The path to a goal is often strewn with traps and obstacles. Hence, a leader should have good problem solving and analytical skills which will help him and the team overcome any problem in the path to their goal. Effective Leadership Skills

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Ability to Motivate Others: A leader should know how to get the work done from his team. He should be able to motivate his workers with monetary and non-monetary rewards. He should be able to make his team a part of his vision. A leader should be able to coach his team so that they can give their best performance. Discipline: A leader should be well disciplined himself and should be able to imbibe qualities like professionalism and hard work in his team as well. ……. Effective Leadership Skills

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Authoritarian Leadership: Authoritarian leadership is a type of leadership where the leader has control over all the actions of the group. the employees have no say in the decision making process, and all the orders of the management need to be followed unquestioningly. Participative Leadership: The next style is known as participative leadership. In this style, there is still a clear line of difference between employees and employers, but the employees are encouraged to come up with suggestions and take an active part in the decision making process. This style fosters a good employee-employer relationship and isn't as extreme as authoritarian or laissez-faire style of leadership. LEADERSHIP STYLES

What Makes a Good Leader? - Qualities of a Good Leader :

What Makes a Good Leader? - Qualities of a Good Leader 1. Set an Example: it is very important that the leader himself displays the characteristics and traits which he wants his subordinates to follow. By setting a good example for others, the leader should set a performance benchmark for the rest of the employees. 2. Enthusiasm: Discipline is one thing, but a leader should look like he is genuinely enjoying the job. The important is to create a pleasant working environment which fosters effective upward and downward communication of ideas. 3. Vision and Direction: A leader should have a clear vision of what he wants his business to look like after a few years. But a vision is not enough. A leader should also be able to create a pathway in order to reach his goal. He needs to know what steps he has to take to accomplish his vision. A leader also needs to ensure that his subordinates too, share the vision and the entire organization is motivated enough to fulfill this 'shared vision'.

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Good Leader?....... 4. Clarity in Thinking: A good leader is a clear thinker. Often, in times of crisis in the business due to a hostile internal or external business environment, the vision and thinking of people get clouded. 5. Motivate Others: A leader is self motivated as he is working towards his vision. A leader should also make his subordinates feel like they are part of the team and not alienate them with the traditional 'I am the boss, you're not' mentality. A leader should be able to extract the best from his employees through a shared vision and collective effort, not merely through coercion.

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Good Leader?....... 6. Communication Skills - Effective communication skills are undoubtedly the most important to excel in any field. 7. Competency - A person thriving to become a good leader should be competent enough to take on any odds. Decision making matters, and decisions should be purely based on rational thinking instead of emotions. 8. Honesty - One of the most important quality in the leadership qualities list is honesty. The person has to be honest to himself, his team as well as his goals. 9. Intelligence - Intelligence is bound to reflect on the performance of the individual as well as the team he is leading. Being well updated about the ongoing trends can turn out to be an added advantage.

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Good Leader?....... 10. Discipline - Laid back attitude is meant for losers, not leaders. Discipline in both professional as well as personal life is one of the best leadership qualities a person can inculcate within himself. It is also one of the simplest measure to achieve success in various walks of life. 11. Courageous - A successful person is the one who takes a calculated risk where others back off. The leader should be courageous enough to identify opportunities and strike gold whenever possible. At the same time, he has to raise the bar and always thrive for better. Read more on leadership strategies . 12. Goal Oriented - A good leader needs to be a good visionary. He should be able to set long term goals and more importantly implement all the measures required to achieve these goals. In leadership, achievements do matter, and the bigger they are the better.

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Good Leader?....... 13. Inspiring - A good leader motivates his followers and team to achieve the next best thing. His words as well as his actions have to motivate the people around him. 14. Broad Minded - Being broad minded can help the leader to keep calm even in rough times. He should be open for ideas and suggestions, even if they come from his juniors. Unnecessary hassles and ego problems should be strictly avoided. 15. Consistent - Consistency is yet another important leadership trait which makes the person stand out in the crowd. Once in a while profits don't matter to an organization as much as long term gains do.

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Good Leader?....... 16. Dedication - A good leader is always dedicated to his team as well as his work. He demarcates a proper difference between his professional and personal life. The aim should always be to perform better than the last time, whilst staying focused on the very goal. 17. Humor - Although not one of the popular leadership characteristics, humor is perhaps by far the best way to relive stress as well as to counter hostility. A good leader should know how to use humor to boost the morale of his team and solve conflicts within the team.

A – Incompetence B – Mistrust C – Politics at the top-management level D – Lack of rules, policies for guidance E – Role Ambiguity – No clear roles F – Perceived inequity in the organization G – Favoritism H – Individually oriented rewards.:

A – Incompetence B – Mistrust C – Politics at the top-management level D – Lack of rules, policies for guidance E – Role Ambiguity – No clear roles F – Perceived inequity in the organization G – Favoritism H – Individually oriented rewards. People Engage in Negative Leadership

SUMMARY:

SUMMARY Negative Politics

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Thank You DWARIKESH SUGAR INDUSTRIES LIMITED There is no limit to what can be accomplished, If it doesn’t matter who gets the CREDIT. HRD TEAM

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