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  1. 1. Before managing others a leader or manager must be able to manage his own self. Managing self indicates managing and controlling one’s own desire(which arise at mental level) effectively. Self management also indicates maintaining balance against the peers of opposite – Joy & Sorrow , Success & Failure , Praise & Insult , Victory and Defeat and so on. It also implies one’s perfect control over attachment (raga), fear (bhaya), and anger (krodha) in day to day functions.
  2. 2. 1. Accepting the self and the outer world as it is. 2. Practicing Karma Yoga in life 3. Maintaining equanimity of mind against the pair of opposite. 4. Creating appropriate mental attitude.
  3. 3. 1. Be satisfied with yourself. 2. Do your work with full concentration without any. anxiety for results. 3. Develop equanimity towards the pairs of opposites. 4. Develop an appropriate mental attitude in yourself.
  4. 4. One try’s to get certain desired objects in order to be satisfied with oneself or tries to get rid of something undesirable because everyone wants to be happy. Thus life is lived almost by all in stress and in strain, the mind remains disturbed all the time and managers with such mind cannot manage anything successfully.
  5. 5. Atmano Mokshartham Jagad-hitaya cha (आत्मनॊ मोक्षार्थम ् जगद्धिताय च) (for one's own salvation and for the welfare of the World). It means man is supposed to work for his own salvation(moksha) and for the good of the humanity. Thus, the individual who plays his role properly remains always happy and satisfied with his self and the world outside.
  6. 6. 2. Do your work with full concentration without any anxiety for results. Karmanye Vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachan “ कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते र्ा फलेषु कदाचन। ’’ One must have some expectations but should not indulge into future expectations while performing the action therefore work should be performed with a mind which is anxious for results and which is not pre-occupied with fear and doubts about the result.
  7. 7. A man has to face different pair of opposites in his life like; pain and pleasure , gain and loss , victory and defeat , success and failure etc. One must learn to keep oneself in balance against these pairs of opposite.
  8. 8. A manager requires a healthy attitude towards life which includes concern for the people and service orientation. As a manager you have to keep away from – attachment , fear , anger.
  9. 9. As a manager one should take interest in his/her job and should discover his/her real worth to manage the people efficiently, there are some points to be considered for managing people effectively and efficiently.
  10. 10. Whatever you do whether big or small you should have love for your work and should take real interest in that then only you can only can achieve something big in future.
  11. 11. This can be explained with help of the following Proverb : “ You can buy man’s time, his physical presence at a given place but you cannot buy his enthusiasm, initiative and loyalty, you have to win all these things”. “ Man will not do extraordinary days work for an ordinary day’s pay”.
  12. 12. Indian philosophy considers work as duty (sadhana); duty is given much importance in our culture. One the other hand western society gives too much importance to rights and duties are mentioned very clearly, rights and duties are complementary to each other for example – if you have right to earn, you have duty to pay taxes, if you have right to drive on road its your duty to follow the traffic rules. According to Indian philosophy all human beings are considered having same divine element themselves it is managers duty to develop this element and help people in their growth if duty is performed offering it to the supreme almighty authority, all the rights will be taken care of by the nature.
  13. 13. A manager should take care of the employees and should make them feel that they are appropriately understood. He has to listen to a person with interest and patience so that the employee can express his ideas and opinions without any fear. In a harmonious environment orders and instructions are willingly accepted by the employees and the work will be transformed into a duty performed with pleasure.
  14. 14. For managing others effectively, a manager first has to learn to manage his own self and for managing self he should have control over his desire, thoughts and actions. He should have the ability to face the pair of opposite with equanimity of mind and should also have emotional maturity.
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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