Leadership lessons from Indian Mythology
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- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Leadership skill, storytelling skill and better training skills as you can use it to teach others
- Person should know the story (atleast in brief) of Indian Mythology - Ramyana and Mahabharata
In this video e-course, you will get to know 25+ stories giving insightful lessons about leadership. As learning is in story format, it is easy not only to remember it but also to share it with others – colleagues, subordinates and also with your kids.
I (Rupak Shah) have read almost all famous books (more than 500 nonfiction books) on leadership from various authors. I thought I will never be able to learn all those lessons from Indian mythology.
But I was so wrong. I realised it when I met Rishi Nanda, a mythologist by profession. Rishi trains on various self-growth topics with the help of mythology. His depth of knowledge made me realise that how much we are unaware of our culture.
Therefore I decided to shoot an e-course with him so that not just me but everyone can benefit from this knowledge.
What will you learn in the course?
From the story of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh know what are the different types of Leaders
From the story of Parshuram, Ram, Krishna, Buddha, and Kalki learn about different roles of a Leader
From the Draupadi cheer haran know the important lesson on when to help your subordinates
From the plot of killing Dhroncharya, Bheeshma, and Karna, you will learn about the importance of competitor analysis, and lots more in the course
Also, you will get to know
Why Lord Ganpati is known Vignaharta
Why is Lord Brahma not worshiped
Why Krishna took Pandava’s side in Mahabharata and many more less known things about Mythology
- Person who wish to develop his leadership skills