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“BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH

TO SEE IN THE WORLD”

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Gandhi-An Exemplary
Leader
There is no greater exemplar than
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi
spent more than fifty years in public life and
is best known for leading hundreds of
millions of people against one of the
greatest empires in the history of the world.

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WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?

Ø The ability to influence a group


towards the achievement of vision or
set of goals.
Ø Qualities of Mahatma Gandhi as

• Aastrategist
Leader.
• Courage and Determination
• Ethics and Trust
• Action oriented
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Gandhiji’s attitude
towards the society
Ø Mahatma Gandhi was not only one of the
greatest leader of the world history but
also
played an important role in upliftment of
Indian society.
Ø Views of great personalities on

Gandhiji :-
1.Albert
Einstein
2.Bernard Shaw
3.Barack Obama
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Ø Some of Gandhiji’s impactful
achievements where we can relate
with his Leadership skills were:-

• Gandhiji’s protest against colour


prejudice in South Africa.

• Salt Satyagraha-(Dandi
March).
• Ahmedabad labour strike.

• Non Cooperation
Movement.
Gandhiji’s protest in
Gandhiji-as a leader South
Africa
Ø Gandhiji had to face severe humiliation
and colour prejudice during his stay in
South Africa.
Ø Thus, it is then when he decided to fight for
the migrants facing such discrimination.

Ø Where Gandhiji followed his principle of


non-violence and his dynamic quality of
acting socially as well as humanely.
SALTSatyagraha
Salt
SATYAGRAHA
•From March 12th to April
6th
of 1930 Gandhiji led the
Dandi salt march.
•This march was in protest
against the British salt
laws,
in which Indians had to pay
tax whenever they made

their own salt.


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• Although the march

culminated on April 6th

the satyagraha
continued
for over one year.
• This incident reflects his

leadership qualities of
influencing his followers

conveying a impactful
message through his
campaign.

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Ahmedabad
labour strike
• The mill hands case

was getting worse


as
the labours of
Ahmedabad, had
been long agitating
for an increment.
• Gandhiji explained to

the labourers
condition
of a successful strike,
to follow non-
violence, not to give
up and to remain firm. TIMS
• As Gandhiji saw the

labourers were giving

up, he himself
continued the strike.
• This incident reflects
that Gandhiji was a
social charismatic
leader, through which
he sacrificed his living

for the well being of


the others .

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Non-
Cooperation
Non-Cooperation
Movement
Movement
• When Gandhiji
realized there was

no prospect of
getting any fair
treatment at the
hand of British, he
launched the
Non-Cooperation
Movement.

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• It can be said without
any doubt that the
Non
Cooperation
Movement
that the role played
by
Gandhiji in it took the
Indian freedom
movement to new
• Gandhiji strongly
heights.
favoured swadeshi
movement to oppose
the intervention of
foreign capital,
technical knowhow
and entrepreneurship.
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Principles ofGandhiji
Principles of Gandhiji
Ø Gandhiji has achieved leadership

by adopting principles such as:-


v He always honoured once commitment.
v Another of his principles was perseverance.
This was exampled by his protest against various

issues.
v He believed in equality,tolerance,non-violence
and truth.
v He said-”There are many causes I am prepared
to die but no cause that I am ready to
kill”.
Are Leaders Born or Made?...
Ø For centuries people have been debating
that leaders are born or made but every
individual has its own believe above the
fact.
Ø It turns out to be little of both that

leaders are sort of born and always


made.
Ø Some qualities are there inborn in a person,

as a leader but it constantly improves when


leaders get feedback from their followers ,
then only their behaviour gets modified
which gives them better result.
Gandhiji’s ideology in today’s
context

Ø Gandhiji’s life was not governed by policies .


It is governed by principles and values.

Ø Gandhiji’s life was driven by his religion:


truth and non-violence and life of service
to others.

Ø Gandhiji’s contribution is tremendous in

world peace and humanity, that he


is inescapable.
Conclusion

TRUST DIMENSION
INTEGRITY

● COMPETENCE
COMPETENCE

● CONSISTENCY
CONSISTENCY

● LOYALTY
LOYALTY

● OPENNESS
OPENNESS
Ø Mahatma Gandhiji has espoused
concept
of “trusteeship", as the core pillar of
leadership.

Ø In the ultimate analysis it is “trust", that


constitutes the sole of leadership .Trust
not only unites all followers and
subordinates, but also builds a firm
linkage with the rest of the society.
THANK YOU

ANY QUESTIONS?
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