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Viswanath Sivaswamy

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Have consistancy in your work

Consistency is the key to every performance. Consistency reduces risk for all stakeholders associated with the organization. Setting realistic ... more>>
Keys to Effective Leadership
Keys to Effective Leadership:

  •   A great vision that the leader can articulate.

  •   The ability to pull together a team to rally around the vision.

  •   The ability to consistently deliver expectations of stakeholders.
Thoughts on Consistent Leadership Performance
Consistency is the key to every performance. Consistency reduces risk
for all stakeholders associated with the organization. Setting realistic
expectations and motivating the team to achieve it is my method of
achieving performance. Without a motivated team, the leader cannot
succeed.
Tools to Motivate Yourself and Others
The sense of achievement and victory motivates me. I compete to win and
love to win. I think that motivates many in the world. So I motivate
troops by helping them win/make them winners. That feeling is
contagious.
Gist of Your Leadership Role Over the Years
Doer – Organizer – Thinker to leader. That is how I would categorize my
evolution during the last 20 years. Along the way I learnt to apply what
I read. For me, management is not a theory. I believe that it is always
practiced and experienced by someone somewhere. I just need to tweak it
to apply and that tweak is what the leader does.

Finally, over
the years I learnt that there are principles by which leaders have to
live / lead the world. My principles have been - Simplicity. Tenacity.
Passion. Leaders have to simplify for others to understand and follow.
Leaders never give up. They learn from failures but never give up.
Passionate execution makes it complete.
Lessons Learnt on the Way
I learnt my first leadership lesson from my first boss. When I made a
big pricing mistake and we won a "loss" deal, I thought I would be fired
by our GM. My manager stepped in and took the ownership of my mistake.
From that day, he has my loyalty forever.
Achievement You Pride Yourself
Professionally - Building ConJoin from almost zero dollars to $250 million in 4.5 years
Personally - Funding the education of some brilliant but financially under-privileged kids
Foresight of Yourself and Your Company
We will be the largest IT / BPO Services Company focused solely on
healthcare providers. We will serve our customers with as much pride and
care as they serve their patients.
Macroeconomic Variables that You Look Out for
There are three variables - US GDP growth, India GDP growth and US dollar to rupee exchange rate.
Fostering Innovation
To me innovation is not only inventing the iPod. At the end of a long
day, I ask myself and urge my teams to think, "Did we do anything
different today from yesterday?" When the answer is a YES, we have
innovated for that day.
Attaining Success through Adversity
Adversities provide opportunities for learning. They invariably force
you to stop, think and come up with options. This is also when I pull my
team together to find a solution. That additionally bonds the team
together.
Desire to Change the Past
Hardly anything would be different. I am quite happy with the way things
turned out. I believe in evolution-revolution. Only a few things can be
revolutionary, most things in the world evolve. So I would not try to
change anything from my past.
Suggestions on Leadership
Use principles to explain situations. You will always find solutions.
Every adversity is a conflict resolving activity. When you resolve
conflicts for your teams, teams perform better. Anticipate the
conflicting issues; educate the team on resolution techniques.
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