Leadership: An Entrepreneurship Lessons /Quality that you can Learn from Ramayana

Leadership: An Entrepreneurship Lessons /Quality  that you can Learn from Ramayana

When we are talking about the Leadership Quality which an Entrepreneur must have to grow, develop and build an startup which  includes sorting out and rousing a gathering of individuals to accomplish a typical target through advancement, hazard streamlining, exploiting openings, and managing the dynamic organizational environment. So we can take you in the past from where we can learn the leadership Lessons by Lord Rama. Which will confirm  your success to one of the most important Entrepreneur Lesson: The Leadership

Motivate yourself  to become a great leader and a successful entrepreneur So here some questions arises - What makes you a good leader? Is there any certain quality or any entrepreneurial leadership characteristics which essential and easy to achieve? Most entrepreneurs actually lack a few skills form the List that every leader must have to include in their leadership quality. So here we are discuss about three Leadership quality which you can learn from Lord Rama during his vanvas.(Ramayana)

A clear vision for yourself and for your followers:

"The world steps aside to a person who knows where he or she is going," says the great Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. A foreseen vision will always be a motivating factor to focus on the goal and to not get deviated. Every leader needs to have a clear vision of what he is aiming for and what will it bear him in future. Also he needs to think in parallel to his followers who will support him to achieve his goals. Emotional intelligence is very important for a leader. In the case of Ramayana, Rama's clear vision was to rescue his wife Sita and defeat the evil forces. This clarity about the goals as well as the process enabled the army to put its heart and soul in the battle to rescue Sita.

Essential characters of a leader:

For being a successful leader 3 primary skills required are Technical skills Cognitive and Analytical skills Emotional intelligence(EI) EI twice as important as the other two attributes. It is an embodiment of motivation, empathy and social skills.EI is an experience driven. In the battle field of Ramyana, Rama narrates to Vibhishan that the leader was a charioteer and the wheels was made of character, courage, ethics, and valor and the horses drawing the chariot signifies strength, energy, passion. Rama went on to describe that the reins of the horses resembled forgiveness, compassion, consistency and equanimity.

The Weapons of a leader:

Knowledge, strategy, intelligence, skills, commitment, and a restraint of ego are very important factors for a leader to fight a mammoth battle. In the climax of the Ramayana battle, Rama proclaimed to his army 'Arm yourself with these and no war will be lost,' and that is what got him a jubilant win over Ravana forces.

A Balakrishnan,Management guru, feels that the lessons from Ramayana can also be applied in modern management of organization, especially the leadership qualities of Lord Ram in administration of Ayodhya.

There are many modern management concepts such as EQ, MBO, Kaizen, strategic planning, organizing principles and etc where its origin can be traced from Valmiki Ramayana.

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