Dr. Jogeshwar Mahanta
R S Mehlawat
Consultant And Trainer
Hr Executive And A Passionate Trainer.
Thank you for your mind blowing presentation about our Honourable Annaji.....Really he is a Management guru..... It will be a motivation to younger generation.....It must be a lesson to HR managers, Leaders and politicians. Actually it is the power of people (negletcted and not acctepted by others). We may realize that each one of us are like Hanuman...................... Nobody can do wonders without realizing the self...., I think Annaji might have crossed Self realisation and reached self actualization stage. Hence we may also try to reveal our utmost potential.... by igniting and following the power of Annaji....rather than simply criticising Annaji that he is against our democracy....
with best regards
29th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
Thanks for sharing such an excellent observation & presentation. Surely it is going to help all cite HR members as well as other readers.A perfect case study to teach us leadership skills..................
Thanks to Annaji for everything he has done.
Best of luck to all future leaders!!!!
29th August 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Please accept my appreciation for your timely post.
Your message is clear and will help all members to understand better about the value based leadership shown by Annaji.
While the Gandhian-era brought us FREEDOM to INDIA,let us hope Anna's Era will get us a CORRUPTION Free INDIA. We have a long journey.
Let us also appreciate our Parlementarians and the Goverment in handling the situation well at the end and showed us a win-win situation.
In the context of HR practitioners,I guess we Indians have witnessed the biggest conflict between the Employer-Employee in the recent times.
I salute Annaji and our great democracy.
Thanking again for your valuable contribution.
29th August 2011 From India, Madras
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30th August 2011
Thanks for sharing your identified traits of Anna Hazare....it is really inspiring and motivating.....Annaji has also taught to curb the followers and keep the faith intact....one of the traits of Annaji you have mentioned that....Practice what preach grabs the attention and points a fingure at those who say sth and do sthels.....
30th August 2011 From India
Thanks, for sharing us motivational article about Anna Hazare. Really Anna Hazare have great determination for the social upliftment. I knows him from last twenty years as a social reformer in state of Maharashtra. The Recent practice for removing of corruption is a drastic work of him through out India. Indeed Anna Hazare have great leadership, long visionary approach. This make him a brand person of India for positive credibilities of Society.
30th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
In organisation,innovation is a key mechanism to develop new capabilities for competing in the market place.To truly foster innovation in an organization.Hence our company introducing the innovation hub where the employee can submit their valuable ideas .For this my senior’s has instruct me to submit any idea for being a part of these hub. Henceforth it is requested for all to kindly share your valuable idea for innovation .
31st August 2011 From India, Jaipur
This analysis of ur's is an exhaustive one and is of great help to today's Managers (if they apply/inculcate these in themselves).
This also can be inculcated as a case study for the management students.
Thanx for your update.
31st August 2011 From India, Ambala
2. Idea power
3. Strong determination
4. Practice what preaches
5. Power of positive
6. Moral fiber
7. High credibility
8. Making people realize about their potential
9. Leading by example
10. Sustaining intra group pressures
11. Aligning actions with core values
I do not see the most important trait that embodies Anna Hazare as we see him to day. It is his 'selflessness'.He has no bank account. Lives in a 10'x8' room(I think it is not his). Can he be a model for management graduates/MBAs? Nay. The value of his 'Selflessnes' is infinite. When the question was flashed-Who would pay his medical bill? Hundreds of responses came from India and abroad even from foreigners with willing to pay the bill. Can any IIM promote selflessness of this magnitude in their students? Please post your next analysis 'IIMs and selflessness of the magnitude of Anna Hazare's'.Thanks in advance.
1st September 2011 From India, Delhi