This article should be given to all delegates and make it MANDATORY
to read before they vote.
ഒരു ഫോമന് NY2018-06-19 17:24:16 Newsഫിലിപ്പ് ചെറിയാന്, റോയ് ചെങ്ങനൂര് ഇവര് നല്ല എക്സ്പീരിയന്സ് ഉള്ളവര് അല്ലേ?
ഇവരെ കൂടി നിങ്ങളുടെ ഗ്രൂപ്പില് ചേര്ക്കണം. റോയി ദളല്ലസില് പോകുകയാണ് , അപ്പോള് അടുത്ത കണ്വെന്ഷന് ദാള്ളസില് നടത്താന് ഇദേഹം വളരെ സഹായിക്കുകയും ചെയും.
സരസന് Rockland2018-06-19 17:16:01 Newsഓ ഒരു മില്ല്യന് ആണോ പ്രശ്നം? പെടികേണ്ട ഫോക്കാന ഇലക്ഷന് കഴിയട്ടെ. ഇപ്പോളത്തെ ഭാരം വഹിക്കുന്നവര് പുറത്തു ചാടും. അവര്ക്ക് പുതിയ കുറെ പൊസിഷന് ഉണ്ടാക്കുക. ഫിനാന്സ് ട്രസ്റ്റ് ചെയര്, സ്ഥിരം കുത്തി ഇര്രിപ്പ് ചെയര് എന്നൊക്കെ. അവര് ഫോക്കാന ഫണ്ട് അടിച്ചു മാറ്റിയത് പോലെ ഒരു മില്ല്യന് ഒരു ഡോളര് ആക്കി തരും. ഫ്രീ ഹെനസി, പൊന്നാട, ഒക്കെ ബോണസ്.
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He was a poor public speaker and changed his mind often. Mahatma Gandhi knew he wasn't perfect. But he practiced a series of leadership principles which remain valid to this day. If you're a team leader, manager or running a project - learn how Gandhi would have handled things.
1. Let your team know that you are always learning
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
People look up to leaders who admit they don't know it all, and are searching for answers - just like they are. By committing to continuous learning and improvement, you're setting an example for others to never stand still. You're also admitting that you're human and not above learning a thing or two from your team. They'll respect you for that.
2. Passionately articulate a clear vision of where you want things to go, then set an example by acting upon that vision
You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
Your vision comes from the heart. You need to let people know what success looks like when it's achieved. You'll be passionate about the vision because passion is contagious. That's how people buy into a vision. They'll also buy in if they witness you doing the things, and saying the things, needed to make the vision a reality. They'll follow along.
3. Use your people skills, not your position
I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.
Gandhi viewed the human spirit as infinitely more powerful than the deadliest weapons on earth. Just as he used non-violent means to achieve his goals, today's leaders will be far more effective if they rely on their people skills, and not their position, to influence others and cause change. The best boss is someone who never has to say "Listen to me because I'm the boss." It is not your title that will make your team listen to you. It's your character, integrity and ability to care.
4. Listen twice as much as you talk
It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err.
In business, I still see many managers doing nothing but talk. Meetings start with the boss's view on everything - often turning into an endless tirade. Talk, talk and more talk as people feel helpless and tune out. In one-on-one meetings, these managers occasionally ask what you think, cut you off, and then keep going as though you said nothing.
A real leader spends most of her or his time listening - to the concerns of the team, their views, ideas and problems. Build a reputation for listening. Listen twice as much as you talk (for we have 2 ears and 1 mouth). You'll be amazed at how much more influential that is, compared to talk, talk and more talk.
5. Get rid of the serious face
Service which is rendered without joy helps neither the servant nor the served. But all other pleasures and possessions pale into nothingness before service which is rendered in a spirit of joy.
Too many of us take ourselves way too seriously. Gandhi was not afraid to be human. In daily business life, put on a smile and be hopeful, but most importantly, be yourself - and not some fake person who is pretending to be important. The effective leader is authentic.
6. Make the "doing" of work interesting and meaningful
Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory.
One of the biggest challenges of anyone running a team is to make the work meaningful, fun and interesting. Even the most menial tasks can be more engaging if you turn work into a game. Set targets with rewards. Explain the "why" of work so people can connect what they're doing with the final result. They need to know that they are important - and what they are doing is contributing to the common good.
The Gandhi brand of leadership - with its quiet persuasion - is needed now more than ever.
Sarasan 2018-06-19 16:01:10 NewsSome people used the murdered boy to win last FOMAA. I have the same question. What did you do for that kid and his family?? Other guy try to use a recent incident to canvas vote, until his brother called from Canada and said do not use his brother and family for vote. Shame on you guys... you guys are vicious.. useless and a baggage to this society. If you are support a team, I vote for the other team.
Sarasan 2018-06-19 15:52:52 NewsEach and every sentence is from Mr. Salim. The same statements he say in every speech. 😂
Thanks Sugathan, I have googled "നാമം സപ്താഹം" and found NAMAM is a communal association solely founded for Nair cast and they have done Sapthaham, Ayyappa pooja and other communal services for Nair community. Nobody is against it, but how that organization is part of FOKANA and who gave Madhavan Nair the convention chairman post ???
Totally ashamed. Ithentha vellarikka pattanamo. I will make sure this will be discussed in the general body also the message will be communicated to other child organizations and delegates.
ശ്രീ സജീ ഫിലിപ്പ് പറഞ്ഞതിനോട് നൂറ് ശതമാനം യോജിക്കുന്നു. സ്ഥാനാർത്ഥിയാവണമെങ്കിൽ പരീക്ഷ പാസാക്കണമെന്നു ബൈ-ലോയിൽ വ്യക്തമായി പറയണം.
My name is so & so
I am from X place
I am Y years old
മേല്പറഞ്ഞതരത്തിലല്ലാത്ത 10 വാചകം തെറ്റില്ലാതെ, വിക്കാതെ പറയിപ്പിക്കുക. അത്രയെങ്കിലും പറയാൻ പറ്റുന്നവരെയേ സ്ഥാനാർത്ഥിയായി ഇലക്ഷൻ കമ്മീഷൻ അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ട്രസ്റ്റീ ബോർഡ് അംഗീകരിക്കാവൂ.
Amerikkan Mollaakka2018-06-19 14:13:48 Newsപടച്ചോനെ , ഇതെന്താ നായർ -നസ്രാണി അയ്യരുകളിയോ ? പാവം ആന. നായർമാർ കൂടുതലുള്ളിടത്ത് അമേരിക്കൻ കേശവൻ എന്നും നസ്രാണികളുള്ളയിടത്ത് അമേരിക്കൻ ചാക്കോച്ചൻ എന്നും പേര് നൽകി മുന്നോട്ട് പോകു പഹയന്മാരെ.
Saju P2018-06-19 14:09:02 NewsFed up with Fomma & Fokana elections & their supporters. Whoever wrote this article did a good job.