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*“A leader is one who knows the

way, goes the way and shows the way’ – JOHN C. MAXWELL

*LEADERS focus on inspiring their followers as well their subordinates so as to enhance their growth, inspire means "to breathe life into."

He is the man who changed the usual perception about a so called ‘multinational company’. Who is this multi-faceted personality? He is none other than Dr. Vijay Mallya

 Born18 December 1955  The son of industrialist Vittal Mallya  He was educated at La Martiniere Calcutta,

where he was a House Captain in the batch, and at St. Xavier's College, Calcutta,[1] which he graduated with a B. Com degree.  He has married twice and has 3 daughters and a son

cars and careers. . Vijay Mallaya.. etc. time zones. his trade acquisitions. His story jumps countries.  Like Branson . his flashy flamboyant style of leadership and his unorthodox style of management. this charismatic personality’s name is a complete introduction in itself.Mallya is known for his myriad interests.  He believes in living life-king size. is one of the visionary leader who believes in innovation and have a strong vision for future. reveals sharp business acumen. Mallya's entrepreneurial style. Call him ‘The king of good times’ or the liquor Baron. His unique style and doing just anything in the most exotic manner shows his extra-ordinary way of life.  Mr.

science and technology. Irvine. environment and forests. with Dutch businessman Michiel Mol. Force India. He was also conferred a Doctorate of Philosophy in Business Administration. He was also conferred a Doctorate of Philosophy in Business Administration. by the Southern California University.Hall of Fame    Co-owns a Formula One team. Davos. and industry. .    He is also the chairman of both the Federation of Motor sports Clubs in India (FMSCI) and Motor sport Association of India (MAI). by the Southern California University. Irvine. in 1995 He has served as an elected member of the Rajya Sabha (the upper house) of the Indian Parliament and has served as a member of various Parliamentary committees and on defense. He has also been nominated as a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum. Vijay Mallya is the Chairman of public companies both in India as well as in the USA.  Mallya was nominated ‘global leader for tomorrow’ by the World Economic Forum. Vijay Mallya has received several professional awards both in India and overseas.

Milestones of the business TYCOON  Upon assuming the position of Chairman in October 1983. Mallya initiated the process of defining a corporate structure with performance accountability. Mallya acquired the global Berger Paints Group with operating companies across four continents and divested it at significant value in 1996 through a successful exit strategy that included five initial public offerings on the stock exchanges in London. retaining only the areas of core competence. Vijay Mallya became a non-resident Indian to pursue global opportunities and to transform the UB Group into India‘s first multinational. Singapore In 1990. Mallya led the restructuring of The UB Group. In 1988. transforming the vastly diversified UB conglomerate into a handful of key operating businesses that dramatically increased shareholder value     . Dr. In a leveraged buyout . inducting professional management and consolidating the unwieldy empire into individual operating divisions.

bought Spykar F1 team along with Micheil Mol in October 2007 for 88 million euros. a sports lover. 2007. Kingfisher Airlines has received 3 International Awards. launched in May 2005. UB group owned Kingfisher brand took over the charge for this exotic channel’s promotion and it came into being onSeptember 7.  In just 10 months from launch. . Mallya personally steered The UB Group’s entry in civil aviation with Kingfisher Airlines.  Vijay Mallya. In its first year of operations Kingfisher Airlines was awarded service excellence awards.  After Mallya’s successful airline venture. it was time now for Entertainment industry. And what better than joining hands with NDTV in launching India’s first lifestyle channel – NDTV Good Times.

THE MALLYA EMPIRE  United Breweries  Kingfisher Airlines  Mangalore Chemicals and fertilizers ltd  Force India F1  Royal Challengers Bangalore  Sponsor for various sports events  United Racing and Bloodstock Breeders .

We associate with world leaders in order to adopt technologies and processes that will enable a leadership position in a large spectrum of activities.Mission statement from the TYCOON          We constitute a large. We will operate as a decentralized organization and allow each business to develop within our stated values. We are focused on assuming leadership in all our target markets. global group based in India. We will continually increase the long-term value of our Group for the benefit of our shareholders. We seek to be the most preferred employer wherever we operate. We recognize that our organization is built around people who are our most valuable asset. We will always be the partner of choice for customers. We commit ourselves to the ongoing mission of achieving Scientific Excellence . suppliers and other creators of innovative concepts. We will be a major contributor to our National Economy and take full advantage of our strong resource base.

The stylish Business tycoon is known for sporting diamond ear studs.  The team has players like Zaheer Khan. a customized Boeing 727. Mallya paid Rs 464.around 250 vintage cars and a stud farm with 200 horses. private jets. Mallya owns yachts. Praveen Kumar. Vijay Mallaya has been known for his charismatic personality. . FORCE INDIA. · Sports lover  Vijay Mallya is the owner of the BANGLORE ROYAL CHALLENGERS Team of IPL. Mallya does not think twice before flaunting his wealth.3 cr for the team. The team was lead by Rahul Dravid for the first season and by Anil Kumble for the second season. Mallya and Dutch Businessman Michiel Mol are the owners of a Formula One Team.Focal points of the TYCOON · Flamboyant and flashy lifestyle  Mr. Mark Boucher and many more big names.They bought the team for 88 million Euros. Force India was earlier called spyker.flamboyance and lavish lifestyle.

Irvine. Today the company has annual sales of more than US$4 billion. . after his fatherVittal Mallya passed away.The UB group has a market capitalization of around US$12 billion. Mallya owns 46 percent stake in the low cost airline Air Deccan. The UB group acquired Whyte and Mackay for 595 million pounds in 2007.  Vijay Mallya holds an honorary Doctorate of Philosophy in Business Administration. · Great Leader  Vijay Mallya became the Chairman of the UB Group at age 28 .· Great Acquirer  UNITED BREWERIES is the second largest spirit group in the world.Mallya likes to take on new challenges and live life to the fullest. Since that time he has led the group and turned into a multi billion dollar business. Under his dynamic leadership the group has grown into a multinational conglomerate of over sixty companies. conferred by University of California. In the aviation sector KINGFISHER has become one of the leading Airlines in India. Mr.

a private school in Bangalore. · For the people  Vijay Mallya is a personality who believes a lot in helping the society.Hard worker  Vijay Mallya was born on December 18.  He also helped to fund the Mallya Aditi International School. He worked for his company for Rs 400 per month. 1955. Later. He started working while he was in college. Mallya went to St Xavier’s college. He studied at La Martini ere  School in Kolkata. University of Calcuttafor his Bachelor’s Degree. These are some his major achievements. named after his father. Mallya went to the US and worked for American Hoechst Corporation. . The hospital is located in Vittal Mallya Road. He helped in the establishment of Mallya Hospital in Bangalore.

Qualities  Patience  Risk taker  Forward-Looking  Competent  Inspiring  Social Responsibility .

STRATEGY • Listen to people Encourage communication and feedback. . He knows when to disappear. MALLYA'S SKILLS •Public Relations genius ‐ he understands what the media wants and gives it to them. • Integrate personnel into other parts of organization. • He is likeable.

CORE BELIEFS AND VALUES • Helping people achieve things that they did not know they were capable of •Being a catalyst to the success of others •Constantly learning VALUES AND BELIEFS •He says that he never listens to critics. •He is a sponge for new ideas •Inspire people to think like Entrepreneurs .

Because followers trust and respect him. temulate and internalize his ideals.Transformational Style of Leadership     Referred to as India‘s Richard Branson. Individualized Consideration – He is also involved in offering support and encouragement to his work force. he also encouraged creativity among followers. a great transformational leader.  Idealized Influence – He serves as a role model for followers. he keep lines of communication open so that followers feel free to share ideas and so that he can offer direct recognition of unique contributions and enhance his global presence. He as a leader is also also able to help followers experience the same passion and motivation to fulfill the goals.  Inspirational Motivation – He has a clear vision thereby making it easy for him to articulate to his work force . . The Components of Transformational Leadership Intellectual Stimulation – Mallya not only challenged the status quo. In order to foster supportive relationships. He instigates his employees to explore new ways of doing things and new opportunities to learn.

Adjusting leadership theories Adjusting leadership theories .

Kingfisher has been able to perform at its best.  He motivates his employees to innovate and move ahead of its competitors. With a positive vision he successfully motivates and enhances the performance of his employees. it is one of the leading innovators in the field of Aviation. Vijay Mallaya. With the strong leadership qualities that are possessed by the Vijay Mallaya. . This vision and the focus on communication and training its subordinates. he successfully empowers his subordinates by helping them to become self-sufficient and confident in doing their work.Leadership theory  Contingency Theories: Kingfisher follows ‘Visionary Model’ of Leadership. Mr. is one of the visionary leader who believes in innovation and have a strong vision for future.

. Path Goal Theory(Participative Leadership) Leaders to provide information. securing commitment and empowering people.Transformational Leadership Focused on bringing about changes in organization by building vision. support and resources to help followers achieve the goals.

Establish warm. . Situational Theory (Hersey & Blanchard): High concern for relationship and low concern for task i.  Ohio State Studies: He is a consideration type of leader who believe in fostering informal relations.e. friendly and supportive climate for the subordinates to perform well. Participative behavior.



 ‘Excellence in consumer responsiveness’.  ‘India’s top 25 innovative companies’ etc. .  ‘Top service brand’.  ‘Business Leadership award for Excellene’.Achievements of United Breweries The awards that were given to UB includes  ‘Best Brand leadership Award’.


Thereby mentoring is adopted. . A mentoring relationship is a win-win for all parties: the employee who seeks a mentor. Need convincing? Here’s why mentoring makes business sense.  Participative Leadership is very important in improving the productivity of the employees as it helps in developing a sense of belongingness.  A formal mentor relationship can jump start the learning curve and help a new employee succeed.  The way the managers and leaders communicate helps in motivating the employees and subordinates and enhancing their performance. The leaders in the organization focus on involving their employees in the decision making displaying Participative leadership.Mentoring  Communication plays a major role in UB and enhancing the skills of the employees in the organization. the mentor. and organizations that employ the mentoring pair.

codifyinfg and aquiring abilities an skills of the employees to their best competitive advantage. .  It tests the core competency of its human resource transforming it to maximum utility for the organisation on easy grounds.  It ensures quicker and easier access to abilities.Modelling  UB has adopted the modellin g process to identify.

therefore with more inclination and dedication of employees towards their job.This helps is generating high productivity.  So the employee enjoy working here and have positive attitude towards the job assigned to them.  UB facilitates its employees by providing them with emotional and psychological growth .  The employee view their work as being natural as the company has tried to make the organization a fun place to work in. .Coaching  UB provides to achieve personal and professional advancement of the employees.

Knowledge Base  UB enhances the potential knowledge criteria of its employees by providing them with adequate training.  Training boosts their knowledge base therefore employees have high self efficacy i. they have a strong belief that they are capable to doing the job efficiently and effectively.  The multinational platform initiates them to train their employees on account of cultural and professional dimensions .e. .

and Outcomes.Abilities  Abilities or competencies are the knowledge. Competencies. The model has three components: Individual Attributes. and attitudes that the individuals presently have that allow them to perform their jobs. skills. this model helps you to lay the parts out in a manageable framework in order to gain an understanding of what exactly makes an effective performer. The end product is known as a "capability model" (or skill model) that frames performance as the capabilities (skills and knowledge) that make effective performance possible. The capabilities that the organization chooses are initially determined through the selection process. Rather than lumping together the work/tasks/goals that a given performer should be able to do. which feed into each other [1]:  Individual Attributes (be) --> Competencies (know) --> Outcomes (do) .  The model above was developed to explain the underlying elements of effective performance.

exert their influence. solve problems. think abstractly and forming complex ideas  Motivation -.Individual Attributes  The Individual Attributes are composed of 3 attributes:  Cognitive Ability -ability to learn. . and advance the overall human good and value of the organization.  Personality -.This is the performer's willingness to tackle problems.These are any characteristics (traits?) that help the performers to cope with complex organizational situations.

This is the accumulation of information and the mental structures used to organize that information (schema).These are the performers' creative abilities to solve unusual and normally ill-defined organizational problems. They enable the performers to work with each other.  Social Judgement Skills -. Knowledge results from developing an assortment of complex schemata for learning and organizing data (knowledge structure).Competencies  Problem-Solving Skills -.These are the knowledge and skills that are critical for producing key outputs.  .  Knowledge .This is the capacity to understand people and social systems.  Professional Skills and Knowledge -.

Thereby according adhering to this successful plan of leadership development. It is measured by standard external criteria. . UB has attained extensive heights.Performer Outcome  This refers to the degree that the person has successfully performed his or her duties.

in a form of the leader.  We thereby see that the success key lies in the leadership dimensions of the organisation and of its entrepreneur. who motivates their employee to perform at their best. The biggest innovators and the successful enterprises have great entrepreneur. The support. .CONCLUSION  Leaders are one of the biggest motivators for their followers in the organization. the path that is shown by leaders motivates and helps their followers to perform well and enhance  Management and Leadership across cultures the growth of the organization.