Shivaji Pandurangrao Mirashe
Sr Solutions Architect
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I personally think that in order to be a leader you must first have the propensity and desire to be a leader. Leadership to me is being able to bring out the best in other people. It’s not telling people what to do its showing people and giving them the opportunity to get it done, this is a skill that as a leader you have or you don’t.
Also I personally think you have most important skills likes (Honesty, Ability to Delegate, Communication, Sense of Humor, Confidence, Commitment, Positive Attitude, Creativity, Intuition, and Ability to Inspire).
The leader must Understanding your current leadership style is essential .Effective leaders should offer new challenges with ample support to achieve these goals. One way to foster creativity is to offer challenges to group members, making sure that the goals are within the grasp of their abilities.
They walk the walk and talk the talk. As a result, group members admire these leaders and work to emulate these behaviors. If you want to become a better leader, work on modeling the qualities that you would like to see in your team members.Great leaders are not just focused on getting group members to finish task.one-on-one communication with group members.
Research has shown that using a democratic leadership style leads to greater commitment, more creative problem-solving and improved productivity.Some ideas for leadership inspiration include being genuinely passionate about ideas or goals, helping followers feel included in the process and offering recognition, praise and rewards for p
Awards and Recognitions
I got the best IT Manager awards because reduces the call logging tracking system and follow-up the ITIL process. Manage the team size.
Also I got the Best idea invocation IT Manager, I have taken a good initiative to develop an Intranet portal for our team and respective team.
My family gave me a good value system to live up to and my parents gave me the gift of love. It may sound corny but they shown me that never giving up on those you love and care for mean a great deal. That family comes first above all other things and your true friends you can count on one hand. My brother has shown me to be a proud individual and has shown me what to live up to.
My best friend shows me strength, and solves a problem with a level head, and no bullshit when he really wants to. My other associates have given me the gift of friendship but some have taught me many lessons on how not to be too willing to trust, and where to let go.
Each person who has been or is in my life has given me something, if not their love, friendship or a lesson to live by, I take their knowledge with me on my journey through the path I walk and I keep learning each day from what life has to offer.
In the vast fish bowl of life, there is much to learn both good and bad from those around you, and e
More about me
I think you should respect everyone until they prove themselves not to be respectable.
Life isn't easy, being human isn't easy. And almost everyone is a good person, that isn't easy
It must be expressed by the employee and brought to the notice of the management and the organization. Grievances take the form of collective disputes when they are not resolved. Also they will then lower the morale and efficiency of the employees. Unattended grievances result in frustration, dissatisfaction, low productivity, lack of interest in work, absenteeism, etc. In short, grievance arises when employees’ expectations are not fulfilled from the organization as a result of which a feeling of discontentment and dissatisfaction arises. This dissatisfaction must crop up from employment issues and not from personal issues.
Grievance may result from the following factors-
a) Improper working conditions such as strict production standards, unsafe workplace, bad relation with managers, etc.
b) Irrational management policies such as overtime, transfers, demotions, inappropriate salary structure, etc.
c) Violation of organizational rules and practices
Tech Management matters more on
A manager is someone who coordinates and oversees the work of other people so that organizational goals can be accomplished. It is not about personal achievement but helping others do their job. Managers may also have additional work duties not related to coordinating the work of others.
Managers can be classified by their level in the organization, particularly in traditionally structured organizations—those shaped like a pyramid
1) First-line managers (often called supervisors) are located on the lowest level of
2) Middle managers include all levels of management between the first-line level
and the top level of the organization.
3) Top managers include managers at or near the top of the organization who are
responsible for making organization-wide decisions and establishing plans and
goals that affect the entire organization. The changing nature of organizations and work often requires employees in formerly nonmanagerial jobs to perform managerial activiti
My views on India Technical development
It’s a well established fact that India is going downhill in science education and research, despite of relative huge increase in funding and being the major technical manpower supplier for IT and global research community, successfully undertaking Moon mission and so on. I am wondering how we can regain our lost glory and improve on that so far our science education and research is concerned. I am mentioning some remedies below that came to my mind.
1. Reduce spending of public money on higher education and research for non-performing institutes and universities.
2. Introduce strict accountability of public money for any research in any institute or university.
3. Private institutes and universities must follow a minimum standard to give degrees.
4. Start “tenure track” system in Indian institutes/universities.
5. Increase spending substantially on primary and high school education (Both qualitative and quantitative).
6. Change the education system from the primary level (reduce work
Important career decisions
Writing has given me the opportunity to earn good money without sacrificing my personal life. I can spend lots of time with my family and enjoy social life to the fullest. So I think I have made the right career choice.
Each job I've had has helped me learn and adjust to new possibilities and challenged my intelligence (emotionally, physically, and cognitively).
I always think that all my decisions were made because I think it is good for me and the people around. If something went wrong along the way I will always consider it as a good experience. When I make a mistake in making a decision I don't regret it I learn from it and will not do it again.
Managing personal and professional life
It's often said that mistakes provide great learning opportunities. However, it's much better not to make mistakes in the first place!
Some few point i will share to all ot's often said that mistakes provide great learning opportunities. However, it's much better not to make mistakes in the first place!
1) Lack of Feedback
2) Not Making Time for Your Team
3) Being Too "Hands-Off"
4) Being Too Friendly
5) Failing to Define Goals
6) Misunderstanding Motivation
7) Hurrying Recruitment.
8) Not "Walking the Walk"
9) Not Delegating
10) Misunderstanding Your Role
However, it's easy to forget that your job has changed, and that you now have to use a different set of skills to be effective. This leads to you not doing what you've been hired to do – leading and managing
Your manager believes in you and she wouldn’t put you in a leadership position if she didn’t think you could handle it. As a younger manager, you will be faced with skepticism—they’ve been in the workplace longer, been in their field longer, and have more life experience than you. But if they were qualified to lead this group, I’m sure one of them would have been selected. Instead you were chosen—don’t forget that—it will help you when you second-guess yourself.
Here are some suggestions that might help you establish yourself in the leader role:
1) Acknowledge their expertise and experience. Since they have been on the job longer, you will win them over if you give them credit for the experience and knowledge they have. If you push your own ideas too quickly, they will bristle: “What does she know?” Don’t be afraid to say, “Tom what do you think? You have a lot of experience in this area.” Introduce changes only after you have built some rapport and trust; take a learning stance first
My family comprises of 5 members, one younger brother and younger sister & my parents myself and my wife. I am the youngest and have one elder brother & one elder sister. My father was working Government job, his passes away. My mother is a house wife she spend her whole life for her children. My elder brother married he is doctor & he doing his private practices. And elder sister married she is Government job. My wife she is Team leader at Igate software company.
Teamwork originates with, and builds relationships among, a group of people who share a common interest or purpose. Working in teams allows individuals from different areas (e.g. programs, fund raising, marketing) with different roles (staff, volunteer, client/consumer/customer) and perhaps from different organizations to work together on issues of interest to team members.
A team focuses its work on common objectives and finding solutions to shared problems. It uses formal processes such as record keeping, facilitation and scheduled meetings to achieve its objectives.
Current Job description
My normal plan of action is to work with my two largest accounts in the first part of the day. That way, if there are any major interruptions, I know that my key accounts are well taken care of.
I am Sr. Solution Architect at Tech Mahindra.
Excellence in Management
I did lots of project like improve the process and up-gradation and implements and newly set up for few customers.
How the Data center improve the connectivity and security level in physical swell as system level.