Story of a ‘Failed’ Leader... - A new perspective- Teaching from “Srimad Bhagavad Gita”

Leadership is a universal topic & every one of us is affected by it in one way or the other.Several research reveals that there exist a “leadership gap” in organizations, societies & countries which is one of the biggest scarcity.
Leadership theories (Better to call Western) have evolved over last 100 years. while we have a great legacy in this subject.

Personally, I'm deeply inspired by Ancient Indian Knowledge System as such and more
specifically by "Srimad Bhagavad Gita".
I'm ardent lover of Srimad Bhagavad Gita and actively following it's teachings since i was in 6th standard.From then till now i have gone through almost all the famous commentaries and books written having Srimad Bhagavad Gita as it's center point.

Since last few year (specifically since 2012) what i found Gita is having some interesting set of ideas and deep rooted knowledge about leadership.
It's quite big topic to discuss in 45 minutes so i'll focus only on certain elements (may be 4 or 5 leadership elements in detail).


Outline/Structure of the Case Study

  1. Let's go in a flashback mode
  2. What is Leadership in today's context
  3. Story of a "Failed Leader"
  4. Leadership lessons from "Srimad Bhagavad Gita".
  5. Closing

Learning Outcome

By end of this talk participants will be able to understand the greatness and relevance of ancient Indian wisdom.

Participants will be able to have great understanding of what a timeless manual, Gita can impart about art of living in context of Leadership.

Probably, i'll be able to break some myths associated with Gita and will be able to provide some insights on ancient Indian knowledge heritage.

Target Audience


Prerequisites for Attendees

Nothing as such, having some knowledge of Sanskrit and Hindi will be an added advantage. :)

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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