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They say, a good leader or a manager should take care of the long-term, create sustainability, leave behind a legacy. They expect her or him to drive the team or a company towards a purpose beyond the short-term, develop others and be trusted for their integrity. They want us to believe that, great leader managers earn their respect due to the choices they que es anoxia have made, their behaviour. They tell us that we should not be incentivised to deliver social responsibility.

You know what, the next 7 years are going to be heavy for me. Our elder one graduates from chikmagalur next month…he wants to go to australia for an MBA. The younger one is a different proposition. She did very well in school, wanted to study economics…got through at the SRCC…3 more years…plans to work a few years and then do her executive MBA from ISB, hyderabad.

She does not want to go abroad at all. Well, daddy’s daughter, you know…but, the ISB is as expensive as a foreign MBA…ha ha!

You will be okay darling…it is only 2 flights of stairs. We will get the physio to work on your back. The villa is fantastic. You should see the club house…the biggest in south of india…and the golf course greens. Yes, I know I cannot learn to swing a golf club anymore with my spondylosis…who cares…it will be our villa and we will throw a huge party!

The exceptions are obviously there, but so scanty in distribution that we can safely leave them to their intellectual masturbations. After all, we are not just animals that we would not hunt for more once we have satiated our immediate needs. We are superior animals with the power to worry about the future and accumulate for the rainy years ahead. And, with all the progress in biotechnology and insurances that we are supposed to entwine ourselves with, who knows how many anoxia cerebral tratamiento years we must keep on surviving.

It is natural for us modern day educated humans to hanker for whatever is on offer in this world, for ourselves. Just think of all those nice things displayed all around that we are yet to buy and how much more we would need to save for all those grey years to come. The leadership principles most preach and write about – even today (hic!) – were patented in times when there were not that many things that one could go ecstatic about before possessing them. And, it is not even physical ‘things’ that abound un-possessed. Think of the virtual ‘experiences’ dancing like naughty imps at the touch of an LCD screen. Facebook with its million like relationships, unfettered right through whatsapp to push forward anything you fancy for a moment, down the throats of hundred others. The endless scatter of chatter on twitter, apps getting born every minute promising what your parents or children can never dare to compete with. Life in today’s urban middle class society is almost akin to being carpet bombed by multiple swarms of locusts in the form of products, services and solo experiences.

If we did pause a while to think, we fear that we would miss out on acquiring what is possible. Our lives are like being in a never-ending shopping experience, where deals are waiting to be cracked every minute for myriad things and experiences. It is not a hunt for survival. It is a hunt for trophies, acquisitions one can flaunt or make a statement with. It is a race to acquire the same if not before others do. It is a craze to be perceived as a success – success by the perceiver’s yardsticks as we have no time to resolve our own convictions, our own beliefs or values. It is a society that craves for borrowed standards, dropping one to scramble for another that the majority says, the new gold standard. We think fast, we calculate fast, we compare fast, we do fast since that is what happens when you are on a race track. For a second, we do worry if we are becoming rats, but then succumb to peer pressure and postpone a possible human existence.

Ask these icons of today or even yesterday, if they ever wanted to become good leaders or managers. They may not say an outright ‘no, never causes of test anxiety psychology!’, since a responsible life taught them to pause before they speak. They may typically start with a thoughtful hmmm… followed by a truthful, “…not really, but I tried to do whatever I wanted to and improve upon wherever I was, at any point of time”.

Then, why for sanity’s sake you keep hearing and reading about the nanoxia deep silence 6 price dire need for mentoring, coaching, developing leaders almost in every walk of the society we live in? Why do most people look for who is in charge when the systems, processes and technology does deliver a kink or simply crashes when faced with anything unforeseen or un-programmed? When we cannot find an individual, a leader or a manager to set things right, to re-program for something new or to bring in a revolution (change), why do we raise our heads upwards and scream, ‘oh gawd! Please do something’? And, when an individual surfaces from nowhere and does take over and do something, why do we treat such a human being as god? Why do we then blame the same person of doing something wrong when something happens not favourable to ‘me’?

They (icons) improved themselves incrementally, different facets of their personality and capabilities. As they went about doing that, their weaknesses got eclipsed by the added and refined strengths. Their hatacs (habits of thinking & action) gradually reached a critical mass where the returns on their hatacs started paying compounded dividends. It is true that all these guys finally acquired all that we desire and dream about (while, most of us die without the ability to dream even). But ask them if they went hunting leather and billed all their hours at the best global rates. They would again start with that awkward ‘…hmmm…’ and anoxia definicion medica finally tell you that they were after something else, a purpose, a dream that they passionately pursued. Sounds so romantic! Tell the managers of today including their management and HR, that you need to learn to dream to become better leaders or great managers or good humans for that matter, and they would scamper away like a shell-shocked colony of ants.

It is also true that no one becomes a great leader or manager in their own view. They are given such labels by those who admire, envy or fear them for their achievements. Maybe not. Maybe it is their accoutrements or acquisitions including the surpluses they cannot hide any longer that holds us in awe. They seem to have even, surplus of time…wow!

Most of us do not see the legacies left behind by these guys, the multitude of budding leaders or successful managers that walk resolutely in their wake. The potential for development created by these icons that propels growth for years to come is not what most relate to, when identifying with them as leaders or great managers. The authors and preachers of leadership and management underline the above from their pulpits ad nauseum, but in vain. What sticks to our minds is their possessions and net worth. Yet, the need for good leaders or managers hits stakeholders like the midnight gong when we finally acknowledge leaking organisations or bleeding balance sheets. One looks for the same leaders or great managers when we see a crumbling society staring helplessly at the crime, poverty and blotches of bloodshed. We pray for someone to come to rescue cowering under a grimy blanket of cynicism that has muzzled the optimism of youth. Most of us vividly remember the failures that we ascribe to the leaders who did not do right or enough. We cannot forget the failure of our managers or leaders when they perform below our expectations. We do not deny that we do need leaders and great managers to run teams, organisations, companies or even the society at large. However, we love to forget the what and why these leaders or great managers pursued that made them the saviours (also icons). We wonder and drool at their assets but tend to ignore how they managed their liabilities.

We see opportunities missed, a today that could have been better, given all the resources available. We hear of floundering business anoxi plans despite available technology and professional expertise, mergers & acquisitions strung up dry despite all due diligence and strategy consultants. It is tortuous to even talk to the multitude of people of all genders and age crawling to sustain their today while craning for a beacon to show them the way. Most realise that there is something missing when the supply line of good leaders and managers have already dried up.

The result is, frustration, anxiety, short-cuts, ethical or moral bankruptcy, corruption of the mind and the body and finally a bungee dive into the nadir of darwinian existentialism – survival of the fittest. Alas social anxiety disorder dsm 5 code, all the famous books on leadership or management fundas have not helped a tiny bit despite the book sellers making a healthy profit selling them.

Short-term choices drive teams, organisations, companies and the society. It is simply the natural recourse for the darwinian survivor. Even though our middle-class – that breeds all the managers and even leaders – is living much better than their parents, they are more frustrated, stressed up and impatient to acquire more and fast. What is the reason that we breed more of those that can’t see beyond their nose tips? Is it because something went wrong in the parenting of today’s active generation (gen X, Y, Z…whatever!). Our parents managed a ‘problem of deficit’. Is it the ‘problem of plenty’ that creates short-term hatacs?’

The other day, I met a young man in the elevator while going up to our apartment. He was a delivery boy for swiggy. When I greeted him with a smile and asked him which floor he wishes to go, he responded with a wide grin and volunteered additionally, ‘working for swiggy is better than sitting at home’. I said, ‘sure, I did something similar when I was at your age’. That made him even happier and we parted with happiness writ on both our faces. Now, he was not from a family that suffered from a problem of plenty and he could smile, greet an unknown person with confidence, not worrying about if he would be judged below or at par. He had it all worked out. He was still struggling to get out of the problem of deficit. Does hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy symptoms that mean we need to push people deliberately into the problem of deficit to elicit a stable effort for improvement and development?

Let me return to those icons who did not try to become great managers or leaders but are perceived as icons and saviours. Narayan murthy, ratan tata, chetan maini, N chandrasekharan, E sreedharan, chandra sekhar ghosh, deepak parekh, nandan nilekani, MS dhoni, sachin tendulkar, virat kohli, saina nehwal, satyajit ray, shyam benegal, aamir khan, and many more. They all tried to acquire more and more for themselves and became what they did. Ha ha! You would laugh at anyone who believes that. Then, why do most of us do exactly what these guys did not try to do?