Wednesday, August 31, 2011

My Anna's Leadership Values

Anna Hazare and the Indian Government
 The vision of "Let’s change India" by Anna Hazare are not three words anymore. It represents the power of people, the intoxication of patriotism and the future after tomorrow. There is much more to learn from Anna’s actions. The second Gandhi, who lived on nothing more than water for a week, delivered a performance that shook everyone from the Prime minister’s office to farmers of the tribal village of Orissa from where someone in our family is from.

His stint at Ramlila Maidan attracted record-breaking supporters in their quest of forwarding a bill aimed at bringing people who favor dishonesty to books. It provided impetus for passage of greater rights and the dismantling of dubious ways of some people.

There’s so much to learn from this. This is what I am taking, pick your choose:
Indian government as I see it!
  • Inclusive change
  • Better coalitions
  • Beliefs worth the risk
  • United we stand
  • Live to serve 


Chunky said...

What he has done is really remarkable. Wish Anna Hazare a long and fulfilling life.


Anonymous said...

Loved it. Why don't you add more funny images?


Rajesn RCN said...

Do you also know that he built a village Ralegaon Siddhi in Ahamad Nagar district, Maharashtra. This village is a self-sustained model village. Energy is produced in the village itself from solar power, biofuel and wind mills. In 1975, it used to be a poverty clad village. Now it is one of the richest villages in India. It has become a model for self-sustained, eco-friendly & harmonic village.
In August 9, 2006 (Mumbai): Anna Hazare has begun an indefinite hunger strike to protest against changes to the RTI Act (To make RTI less powerful against politicians).

Rajesn RCN said...

Even though he has been here for just over few months, he has really helped people come along. He has that empathy that great leaders do. He knows how to help through tough times. He is the part of our leadership package along.

Nitima Sood said...

@chunky Yes indeed it is.

Nitima Sood said...

@anonymous - Don't mind doing that. Will do it in next post.

Nitima Sood said...

@Rajesh - thank you for your thoughts provoking comments.

Kapil Sibal said...

Yeah - the government is really blind.