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Hr Lessons 4m Ganesh Ji

Hr Lessons 4m Ganesh Ji

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very nice n informative... must inculcate to become gud managers
very nice n informative... must inculcate to become gud managers

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTSubmitted to: Dr. J. S. Sabharwal
Submitted by:Prerna MalhotraRoll no:33MHROD- 1
Of all the multitudes of deities and gods that constitute the Hindu religion, Lord Ganeshais probably one of the most loved and revered of all, regardless of individual beliefs andcustoms. Considered the god of good beginnings and wisdom, it is in his name that newventures are undertaken and important life decisions made.
Ganesha is a management guru who embodies the qualities needed by a smartmanager
. His big head inspires us to dream big and profitably, his big ears instruct us tolisten attentively to new ideas and suggestions, his narrow eyes signify the need toconcentrate, and his small mouth reminds us that silence is golden No doubt we all look upon Lord Ganesha to help us whenever we are in difficulty by praying to him. But in our professional life, where action has to be immediate, we cannotwait for the Lord to settle down things for us. It is here that his Holy form comes to our rescue. Each part of His body and everything associated with Him has a significance thatcan be related to our professional challenges.:
The big head of lord ganesha inspires us to think big, store big, dreambig and learn more
The big head of Lord Ganesha indicates a big brain within the big head. It tells us wehave to think big. Only then can we achieve success. It is these big thoughts that are processed into actions, which is later seen as successful achievements. A manager whothinks big can achieve all laurels for his organization and if he narrows down his thoughtsor if he cannot think big, he really cannot achieve anything great. So the big head of LordGanesha tells the management – think big and achieve big.
The small eyes give us the message to stay focused, do not distract hereand there, work precisely and minutely, and keep sharp eyes to judgethe problems beforehand.
Small eyes is a sign of focus. The management has to be focused on its target. Any kindof distraction from the target can result in failure. So remain focused and work towardsthe goal with a sharp eye - says the small eyes of Lord Ganesha. A proper focus willenable the management to make the right judgment; and making the right judgment iswhat is expected of any management.
listen more and speak less.
This is indicative of Shakespeare’s – “give every thy ears, but few thy voice.” The big ear suggests that you have to listen to all and the small mouth says speak less. Managementhas to keep their ears open all the time; only then will they know what is good and whatis bad. Like you would separate the chaff from the grain with a winnow; the winnowshaped big ears of Lord Ganesha suggests that the management should give their ears toall, separate what is needed and throw away the unwanted. A good manager is obviouslythe one who knows what needs to be adhered and what should be ignored, so that whenhe speaks, he speaks with relevance.
smell early and recognize earlysearch new opportunities, to recognize them and to get success.
The long nose of Lord Ganesha suggests that one should be able to smell from a longdistance, i.e. smell into the future. The management should smell the dangers or opportunities that are coming up well in advance. Just like the trunk of the Lord can bemoved into any direction the management should smell into all directions to detect wherethe opportunities are coming from and which is the dangerous zone and tread accordinglyinto the direction of success.
digest everything, good and bad both
The stomach indicates digestion - and a big stomach like that of Lord Ganesha can digesta lot of things; rather everything. A manager should be able to digest any kind of news – good or bad. Whether it is objections, disappointments or hardships, digest allresentments and hatred and move ahead until the goal is achieved.

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