A LEADER SHOULD LEAD BY AN EXAMPLE AND BE A TEAM PLAYER

SAM GHOSH, GROUP CEO, RELIANCE CAPITAL

Sources- Hindustan times , 28th Nov,2013

.DEFINE THE LEADER At an individual level a leader is a person who helps people to grow understand new rules and adopt to perform in a new environment. “Organizing a group of people to achieve a common goal.

  Lead by example . “ If you can dream it.  . E.g.: Inspirational word given by Dhirubhai Ambani.THREE IMPORTANT TRAITS OF A LEADER  A leader should build :Confidence in the team. Help people realize their potential. you can achieve it”.  Build a trust among people .

CONT.  Manager become a leader where the roles his team members better than him. . .  In other words how can a manger become a leader.  A leader must have conviction about the vision and ensure the team follow. Good guidance and training are the key ingredients for a good leader. especially on leadership.  Yes. .  Can leadership be learnt . . Everyone can become a leader.

 Leads .  Company is the most important assets to achieve the promoters ambition with expectable results . the performance of the team with clear direction to achieve that ambition.ROLE OF A PROFESSIONAL LEADER IN A COMPANY A professional leader in a promoter driven.

 Be fair and be passionate about your people company and your customer.  Lead by example and be a team player .LEADERSHIP MANTRA Be transparent.  .  Focus on your strength and blunt your weaknesses.  Inclusive.

Bhartiya mahila bank – ( India’s first women bank ) Sources--. 28th Nov .2013 .Hindustan Times.

 PM Manmohan Singh managed the system on 12th November. . the bank will allow Deposits and lending the Money only for women.  Bank exclusively for women. India.CONT.  Bhartiya Mahila Bank is the first Indian financial services banking company for the women based in New Delhi. . . .

.OBJECTIVES  To help in economic activity by providing financial existence to women.  To promote entrepreneurship[ skills among the women.  To give a slight conversion on loan rates to women.  To promote asset ownership.

      . Less than 30% of the country women have bank accounts.1 lakhs to start their venture. Giving small retail loans which is less than Rs. Insurance will cover only ailments. 1. plans to have 25 branches by the end of March 2014 and 500 by the end of 2017. Providing Health Insurance: To boost savings among women the BMB is set to after free health insurance. This free insurance cover the women who currently do not have a Bank A/C. The govt.000 cr.ADDED VALUE    Capital: The bank initial capital consists of Rs.