leadership {lagaan @ chakde india}

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its a comparison between the reel life heroes from the two movies

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ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR PRESE NTATION PRESENTED BY KANDARP SHARMA (64) MANDEEP SHARMA (65) NEHA SHARMA (66) LEADERSHIP

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BHUVAN FROM MOVIE LAGAAN KABIR KHAN FROM MOVIE CHAK DE INDIA

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Don’t Laugh. While it is not often that movies offer more than entertainment, ever so often there come movies which can make a deep impact and teach us a few things. Our presentation takes a different path as we share what we learnt from these movies. It is about Bhuvan and Kabir, who, against all odds, fight for pride - and win.

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LAGAAN’S BHUVAN Lagaan is about people. Ordinary, average people, who are going about their lives - like each of us. Who, when the moment demands, do extraordinary deeds. It is about the power of a Team. Bhuvan is courageous young man who leads an unskilled team and against all odds reaches the goal. He is an excellent example of a great leader. This is the story about the resilience shown by the Indians when they were under the British Rule. When Captain Russell announces that he will double the Lagaan (tax) from all villagers, they decide to oppose it. Leading the villagers is a handsome young man named Bhuvan, who challenges them to a game of cricket, a game that is to be played by veteran British cricket players, versus villagers, including Bhuvan himself, who have never played this game before.

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CHAKDE INDIA’S KABIR KHAN ChakDe India’ is not just about sports. It is replete with myriad emotions. And the best part is that it is very realistic, making it all the more believable. It is a story of leadership, teamwork and the sweet taste of success. Kabir Khan is newly appointed coach of India’s national women’s hockey team. A former captain of the Indian hockey team, now forgotten, it is Kabir Khan’s chance to get himself, his country and his team to the winning stand, once again. But this time all he gets is a bunch of girls who do not really believe in playing for the glory, victory and the country. He has a team that lacks the spirit. Kabir shakes them to wake up the winning spirit. The girls however have their own interests. They are more into other things than playing hockey. Kabir motivates them to look beyond these ordinary things and to play the game for pride, glory and victory. Thus Kabir proves to be a great leader.

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BHUVAN’S LEADERSHIP Think of Problems as Opportunities. When Captain Russel challenges Bhuvan to a cricket match, Bhuvan accepts it because he knows that there is really no option. It is a risk, but without taking risks, there are no rewards. Dream Big and Define the Goal. Once Bhuvan accepted the challenge, his dream was three years of no tax. It may have seemed unrealistic or even improbable, but then that’s what dreams are. He not only dreamt big but also put in place a strategy to make that a reality. Give Examples to Enhance Understanding. Even though Bhuvan didn’t know the difference at that time, he simplified the challenge of learning cricket by portraying it as something similar to gilli-danda. By doing this, he made the impossible seem achievable, he made the mountain seem climbable.

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BHUVAN’S LEADERSHIP Make a Beginning Bhuvan did not wait to start. He did not see around. He made a bat and a ball, got the kid interested and started. The first time Bhuvan hits the ball, he does so in public, in full view of the entire village. He makes it seem easy, he makes them want to participate. Building the Team Building the team is like recruitment. One needs to select the right people and motivate them. Just watching Bhuvan go from one to eleven offers a lot of learning. He understands the pressures and the soft points of people, and uses this knowledge to make them part of his team. Bhuvan talks to each of his team members. Each one is treated as special, as being different. Allocating Roles Bhuvan also assigns responsibilities to each of his people. Just getting the people on board is not good enough. They have to be told what the goal is. Just as the hand consists of a thumb and four fingers, a team consists of different individuals. The objective is to make them all work together like a fist, like a team.

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BHUVAN’S LEADERSHIP Leading from the Front Bhuvan is always there - encouraging, talking, making the decisions. He knows that having taken up the challenge, he has to take the fight and be there till the end. Make the Best of Limited Resources We can see how Bhuvan makes the bat and ball with limited resources and later how the pads are made. When Bhuvan and his team are practicing at night - the entire village is gathered around their team with mashaals to create the light. The villagers of Champaner have limited resources, but they make the best use of them. It’s about Team Spirit However good and passionate Bhuvan was, he could not have won the match on his own. Cricket is a team game. So is business. Individual brilliance means a lot, but as Bhuvan showed, an average group filled with team spirit and playing with passion can overcome a group of talented, experienced but under-motivated individuals.

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KABIR KHAN’S LEADERSHIP Fair and Impartial The way coach Kabir Khan selects the Captain of the team shows that even though there were senior players expecting to be captain, he chose the one who showed the character of a leader. Prioritize the Team Goal Sixteen girls from different parts of India were selected to play for the country. One had come against her family's wish, other wanted 2 teach a lesson to her boyfriend, etc.. But no one had any plan for the team they were about to play for. Kabir Khan made them realize the value and the priority of the team goal and made them compassionate to play for nothing but the gold. There is a dialogue between Kabir and a senior player in which he says "there has to be only one goonda in every team and I'm the one for this team”. This comment was a reply to that players wrong behavior and was necessary to handle that particular situation. Sometimes, its good to be bad

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KABIR KHAN’S LEADERSHIP An eye for the opportunity The way Kabir Khan gets the job of the coach of team shows that he has a good understanding of the situation. He tells the authority that they don’t have any other option but him only. Meritocratic Kabir doesn't care where a player hails from. His only criteria of judging a player is performance. He even denies the senior most player a position in the team. Making impossible the possible Kabir says "Jo ho nahi sakta wohi to karna hai". As winning world cup for Indian women's hockey is like impossible. But Kabir Khan takes it as a challenge and conveys his vision to the team members though he is opposed by many but he is sure what he is doing.

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KABIR KHAN’S LEADERSHIP Negative Reinforcement In the beginning he uses the policy of negative motivation by firing and suspending the players who were not giving the desired behavior, than he tries to come close to them to provide positive motivation and tries to develop acceptance for him. Spelling clarity in choices Choices that clarify vision, values, expectation and optimize strength, resources opportunities and challenge. We can observe that Kabir Khan is having the idea of all the mentioned issues. Identify competencies and utilizing In the movie Bindiya Nayer is the only player who know how to play against one to one marking tactics  that's why Kabir meet him personally and  motivate her to come and play and she does the same.

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LEADERSHIP TRAITS FUNCTIONS OF LEADERSHIP BUILDING AND MAINTAINING THE TEAM ACHIEVING THE TASK DEVELOPING THE INDIVIDUAL

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LEADERSHIP TRAITS FUNCTIONS OF LEADERS

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THE UPWARD SPIRAL OF LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP TRAITS

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LEADERSHIP TRAITS OF KABIR AND BHUVAN KABIR KHAN BHUVAN OUTWARD LEADER - Leads outside the team, but on it’s behalf - Represents the team, it’s needs or interests 2. EXEMPLAR - Re-affirms norms, standards and values of the team - Pulls the team ‘back on track’ INWARD LEADER - Focuses on task performance - Crystallizes the team’s vision, values and direction ECCENTRIC - The creative innovator - Sees the opportunities and possibilities in situation

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SIMILAR TRAITS OF KABIR AND BHUVAN ALERTS TO CHANGING DEMANDS, NEEDS AND PRIORTIES AND ‘FLEXES’ ACCORDINGLY - Both of them showed great flexibility when needed GOOD MANAGEMENT OF CONFLICTS - Both of them used the conflicts as a fighting tool in their winning streak 3. GREAT MOTIVATORS

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“A Leader is One Who Can Lay a Firm Foundation With The Bricks Others Have Thrown At Him”

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LEADERSHIP IS INFLUENCE Knows The Way Goes The Way Shows The Way A LEADER &

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REFERENCES “MASTERING LEADERSHIP” by MICHAEL WILLIAMS “INSPIRING LEADERSHIP” by JANE CRANWELL WARD “ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR” by ROBBINS, JUDGE and SANGHI “CHAKDE INDIA” PRESENTATION by MR. NARAYAN MURTHI WWW.CITEHR.COM WWW.IMDB.COM WWW.WIKIPEDIA.COM

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