The future of business and leadership will belong to those who have a dharmic (right action) view of success. From the yogic perspective, success is measured in values much deeper than outward wealth, power and status.
By applying yogic philosophy to proven leadership tools, businesses can transform into thriving and profitable ventures. Owners find clarity, strength, and success.
We can study the applied academia of disciplines such as marketing and economics; but without the drive of the human spirit-none of these will translate into prosperity.
There are numerous publications suggesting that success can no longer be obtained by a “winner take all” approach.
Supportive leaders require honesty (Satya), humility, and heart. They live by a set of clear principles, learn from their mistakes, and enable others to act.
Extraordinary managers foster harmony and non-violence (Ahimsa) in the workplace. They approach communication as an opportunity, rather than a necessity.
Innovation comes when lives are truly changed for the better. Too often, organizations lose their drive for innovation because they seek to avoid risk. Business owners that can identify with non-attachment, actually come out ahead.
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Project Management Support
•Use your work priorities to set effective goals
•Plan for obstacles in achieving goals
•Monitor implementation of your goals
•Evaluate your process for achieving goals
•Learn the kinds of information that need to be contained in a successful business plan
•Present that information so that your readers get what they need and understand quickly what you're asking of them
•Understand what strategic thinking is and why it's valuable
•Recognize the personal traits, behaviors and attitudes, and cognitive capacities that strategic thinkers demonstrate
•View strategic thinking as a process
•Apply seven strategic thinking skills—seeing the big picture; clarifying strategic objectives; identifying relationships, patterns, and trends; thinking creatively; analyzing information; prioritizing your actions; and making trade-offs
•Understand what strategy is, the elements of a strategic plan, and the strategic planning process
•Develop action plans for strategic initiatives that support your company's strategy
•Execute your action plans
•Ensure that your action plans remain focused and aligned with the corporate strategy
•Evaluate and reward excellence
Leadership and Talent development
Principles of Management
•Distinguish between managing and leading
•Recognize the skills and characteristics of leaders
•Understand that leaders use different styles
•Create an inspiring vision and align people to achieve it
•Understand what motivates people, and how to foster an inspiring work environment
•Learn techniques for energizing problem employees
•Understand why employee development is critical to business success
•Recognize your role in developing employees
•Evaluate your employees' individual developmental needs
•Motivate top employees, grow solid contributors, and act decisively on underperformers
•Conduct successful career development discussions
•Use different methods to select the right person for the job
•Use different approaches to delegating
•Support, monitor, and track the assignment
•Analyze how you currently spend your time and pinpoint opportunities for improvement
•Identify which tasks are most critical to achieving your long-term goals
•Plan your time efficiently using scheduling tools
•Put your schedule into action, evaluate it along the way, and modify it as needed
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