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©Copyright 2005 1 Private and Confidential Leadership Wisdom by Robin Sharma Ruchi Pradhan October 17, 2005
©Copyright 2005 2 Private and Confidential Agenda Takeaways from the Robin Sharma seminar
©Copyright 2005 3 Private and Confidential Reawaken the child inside A child has limitless possibilities –Remember when you were a child –Breaks to help you reconnect with the child inside: Dance break - we actually danced in the seminar hall to music Stretch and hug - let ourselves loose and relaxed
©Copyright 2005 4 Private and Confidential A summary of the takeaways that Robin Sharma talked about
©Copyright 2005 5 Private and Confidential Issues with leadership these days Restricted to the executive suite Seen more as developing systems and infrastructure rather than people
©Copyright 2005 6 Private and Confidential Leadership is not about doing what is easy, Leadership is about doing what is right
©Copyright 2005 7 Private and Confidential Characteristics of a leader Leaders are Inspirational Leaders develop/celebrate their people Leaders take personal responsibility for the results –APR - absolute personal responsibility Lead by example Leaders keep asking the right questions Leaders know their roles but work at contributing Leadership is about social responsibility
©Copyright 2005 8 Private and Confidential How to be a leader in the corporate scenario Everyone needs to think like a leader –Small daily acts of greatness –Run to what you are resisting and embrace change as you grow –Stay hungry. Nothing fails like success Business is about relationships with –External customers –Internal customers Be a leader thru personal leadership; concentrate on –Being an excellent human being –Your health –Goal –Values Leave a legacy - making a difference –Live your life in such a way that when you die the undertaker has tears in his eyes. -- Mark Twain
©Copyright 2005 9 Private and Confidential How to be a leader in the corporate scenario Build a culture –Have conversations, make your employees part of the dream Create rituals –WalMart - daily morning huddle –Ritz Carlton - Welcome meeting, discussion on values Make them heroes –You get what you celebrate –Honor them when they uphold a value Use training as a tool to –Create a creative workplace Hire spectacular people –Spectacular people make a spectacular company Create a hungry culture –Build –Talk –Celebrate –Go that extra mile
©Copyright 2005 10 Private and Confidential The power of the start Take that first step Remember the price of discipline is always less than the price of regret
©Copyright 2005 11 Private and Confidential Putting the theory to practice
©Copyright 2005 12 Private and Confidential Clarity Confusion Clarity Growth Cycles of growth You become who you drink tea with Grow, open yourself to: –New Ideas –New Actions –New Conversations –New Systems
©Copyright 2005 13 Private and Confidential Better Results Better Results 3-step success formula More Choices More Choices Greater Awareness Greater Awareness Leads to
©Copyright 2005 14 Private and Confidential 4-tactics towards Personal Leadership Set a principal philosophy and precise goals –Make time to think –Leaders are more thoughtful than other people –Time to strategize –Time to plan –Live your life as your own. Be yourself Do the most difficult thing first thing in the morning –Build self-discipline –Get up at 5:00 a.m. –Finish what you start –Keep self promises
©Copyright 2005 15 Private and Confidential 4-tactics to Leadership success Keep a journal to capture –Learning - risks you have taken –Frustrations –Hopes and dreams –Ideas Build relationships: –RANEF - Be real Be authentic Be nice Be ethical Be fun
©Copyright 2005 16 Private and Confidential Know yourself & where you want to be Answer the following questions in one statement: What needs to improve in your life? What do you want to hear said about you at your funeral?
©Copyright 2005 17 Private and Confidential Commitments to yourself Attention to your health Build relations Reconnect with the child inside you Nurture your legacy daily
©Copyright 2005 18 Private and Confidential Live the journey :-)
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