Published on March 5, 2014
LEADERSHIP THROUGH SELF MANAGEMENT LOOK AT THE PRESENT WORLD WE ARE LIVING IN NOW ? • Highly Scientific • Technologically advanced Leading to: Extremely Intense and Stressful lives for everyone VasudevanBK 1
Due to: - Competition - Labour Unrest - Dishonesty of Individuals - Scams and Financial Scandals' VasudevanBK 2
What we need to do? • Escape Stressful Working . What you need? • Sterling Leadership Qualities. VasudevanBK 3
What is Sterling Leadership? • It gives Individual Self Empowerment and • Enables the Individual to take Appropriate Decisions at the Right Time. • To achieve this we require to Understand and Practice VasudevanBK 4
MISSING DIMENTION IN THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Applied Spirituality VasudevanBK 5
Leadership through Self Management What? A Practical Self Development Program. For whom? For people who are facing Major challenges in life. VasudevanBK 6
Why? • To overcome Stress and uncertainty as a resultant effect of ‘Change crisis’ How to Handle? • Should have self management skills. • Should be ready to cope with the Transformational Change. • Should understand, when Transformational change is taking place in the organization, whether people in the organization are able to cope with the change. VasudevanBK 7
S ML Self Managing Leadership • If the people are not in a position to cope with the change then it can be due to following reasons. • Pressure • Lack of self confidence. • Increasing stress level. If any of the above is visibly present then Fear Becomes a Motivating Factor. This is the Beginning of S VasudevanBK ML 8
SML Provides for an Individual with • Personnel skills • Confidence to Master Change • Leadership skills • Quality is improved. • Staff are Happy and full filled • Staff contributes effectively and significantly towards the achievement of the Organization's objectives VasudevanBK 9
Aims of S M L 1. Managing Inner Organization. 2. Develop Practical Self Management Plan. 3. Develop Guiding Values and Focused Vision of the Future. 4. Helps Redefine ,Reinvent and Reorient ourselves for the future. 5. Helps to build Firm Foundation for self e.g. Christopher Columbus VasudevanBK 10
Expectations from S M L • Develop Self belief and Innate Qualities you have without need to adopt any particular belief system. • Personal and strategic planning. • Personal Re-engineering. • Self Empowerment. • Self Esteem. • Self Control in terms of Attitudes, Behaviors and Work styles. • Tools for relevant Mental Training and self Management Skills. VasudevanBK 11
How to lay the Firm Foundation? a) By Strengthening the Value System. b)Following the Principle of ‘Not Turning Back’ c) Find New Bearings. d)Learn and Practice different shills. VasudevanBK 12
What is the Value System? •Values are those that distinguish humans from Beasts. •Value system is essential for laying a firm foundation. •Value system is stronger based on your foundation. •Strengthening the value system we get recharged. VasudevanBK 13
‘Not Turning Back’ • If you are running a race and spend few seconds to turn back you loose your time. In the mean time your competitor moves ahead by a few more steps. • In the end world remembers the First only and not the Second. • So to be the first do not turn back and loose time. • You are in the race right from the time you are born. VasudevanBK 14
Find new Bearings. Success of a individual or an organization depends on the realistic approach and a highly developed sense as to the purpose and destination. Need is a clear focus should be there about the Mission, Vision and Values for an individual or an organization to steer through the changing times. VasudevanBK 15
• In a conveyor belt of a continuous process industry any type of mishap is the resultant effect of bearings so it should be replaced immediately to keep the conveyor moving. • Stress, Conflicts, and Confusion affect the speed and your playing a meaningful and purposeful role in your success. VasudevanBK 16
Acquire Different skills. •In this changing environment different type of capabilities are required in addition to Technical and Functional skills. •What is required is self Management Skills which involves Intuition, Flexibility, Clear focus, Tolerance etc. •All above cannot be taught in the class rooms but only through proper understanding about self and practice. •It boils down to developing Intellectual capacity, and Mental capacities which deal with our thinking abilities. VasudevanBK 17
• Still we find a missing dimension i.e. Spirituality, which is intimately connected with our classification as Human Beings and that we have some thing called MIND. • Spirituality is not connected with any religions but with our own innate values, innate powers, self respect, self esteem all leading to developing the belief in the self. • All above leads to enhancing the will power through Meditation, relaxation techniques and power to apply spiritual insights practically. VasudevanBK 18
What you can expect from SML? • Control on Self Thoughts, Feelings and Behavior. • Being a better leader through better understanding of Self and others. • Practical application of Spiritual Knowledge and principles. • To take responsibility for your state of Mind and Emotions. • Better communication with people . • Life changes. VasudevanBK e19
Managing Self • Man-age-men-t We have a tendency to manage Man before men. If I don’t know to manage myself How can I manage others. VasudevanBK 20
We always want to manage: • • • • • Others , Money Market, Machines, and practically all external entities but not our own self. VasudevanBK 21
The word ‘Age’ in the word ‘Management' refers to: •Physical age of a person •Experience •Courage •Self confidence •Maturity VasudevanBK 22
With experience leading to maturity we get the courage to direct others as a leader in terms of: •What they should be doing? •Why they should be doing? •How they should be doing? VasudevanBK 23
In the same way we are in a position to direct all our sense organs with a perfect understanding as motioned earlier. VasudevanBK 24
Take the case of our Tongue – Are we Managing it properly? Tongue has no bones but it will break bones if not managed properly. Next is our Ears• Need Information continuously • Cannot take decisions without information and analyse the same • Information can slip through the tongue if not managed. VasudevanBK 25
Expereince • We require new experiences. • • A must for taking any decisions. We cannot take decisions based on our past experiences alone. • Experiences only can teach you new situations and how to handle them. • We cannot build ourselves if we cannot adapt ourselves with new changing environment. • We need maturity to think when to use the required expereince and the way or method to use the same. VasudevanBK 26
We should avoid being the victims of the situation • • • • • For this we should ask ourselves following questions: When to Manage? Where to Manage? How to Manage? Manage up to what extend? Which way to Manage? VasudevanBK 27
• Once we have the answers for all these questions , we can be rest assured, we will take the right decision. VasudevanBK 28
Managing with Hands ,Head and Heart. • American System – After the end of 2nd. World War -Military Style-Pyramid Style-Centralized Decision Making-Existed for 3 decades. Most workers were required to use only their HAND in completing Their Task. • Japanese System - Total Quality Management SystemCreativity-Kaizen took birth .Here one more Instrument was used called HEAD giving birth to creative thinking and suggestions. • Current System - Emotional -In addition to Hands and Head one more instrument widely available with all was used. i.e. HEART. Feelings ,Attachments ,Total Involvement by all those working were prevalent. VasudevanBK 29
Now the organized world wants Self Motivated, Committed and Responsible People. In order to Motivate people and get their commitment, identification of Values of the people becomes important. VasudevanBK 30
In the olden days, in GURUKUL, important was to teach values along with all other lessons thus managing the Kingdom was simpler. Most of the kings were ruling with responsibility and commitment leading to tranformational leadership. This is what is required by the organized world Today - A technique for HRD, to tap the inner potentials of their people . VasudevanBK 31
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