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Management by Valuing: A Success and Leadership Archetype

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Abstract: This is an original account of a highly successful and well established management professor cum trainer. He is a PhD qualified professor currently employed with a university since last thirty years and is based in India. He is also a prolific trainer and one of the most sought after speakers. This case research article gives detailed account of his interpersonal and social behavior qualitatively and as observed by one of his friend and HR professional. It establishes various behavioural aspects of personal, social and organizational outperformance while one is practically working in a real context. It enlists the sets of behavioural competencies as manifested by the subject, which is required in a professor and trainer to rise and be successful. The behaviour described informs the reader about the various contexts and examples of professional situations faced by a professor cum trainer during his career span of over 30 years. Important learnings are then drawn and suggested as a possible professional behavioural practice to be followed by professors, trainers and HR professionals alike. They are mentioned as various ‘Value’ Dimensions indicating that leaders need to truly value what they have got in order to get what they aspire for. Some of these value dimensions are valuing self, valuing people, valuing life and so on.

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