Dare to Lead is a rare story of leadership that produced dramatic Anil K. Khandelwal is a former Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of. Dare to Lead is the fascinating story of how Anil K. Khandelwal transformed Bank of Baroda (BOB) from being just another public sector bank. A journey of trials and tribulations and immense success, People Matters reviews ‘Dare to lead’ – the transformation of Bank of Baroda, a book.
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If you are obsessed with constraints, you can never transform.
Dare to Lead: The Transformation of Bank of Baroda
Panet marked it as amil Oct 30, Jun 26, Anandh Sundar rated it really liked it. In the public sector, people talk about constraints like short tenure of CEOs, government interferences, trade-unions role etc.
Leadership development is daree a daily gym requiring walking on tread mill, sweating and testing will power. These programs helped us to reach out to staff spread over about branches and they were passionate about the changes.
For HR, was about a lot of ‘anticipation’ – from tech to gig economy.
One of the most widely quoted persons by the banking community for excellent HR practices. This issue will compile the biggest priorities for HR in Prasanna marked it as to-read Jan 23, Insights from Inside Google: Khandelwal, a quintessential HRD professional in his role as CEO of Bank of Anll successfully transformed a staid, legacy driven and government controlled bank into a financial powerhouse.
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In a decade when too many Indian business writers have focused on the future and on the macro picture, this book is an honest, straight-as-it-gets, racy account of how it is actually done. The letters exchanged by Dr. Such is their influence. My First Brush with Leadership.
Dr. Anil K. Khandelwal
Khandelwal transformed Bank of Baroda BOB from being just another public sector bank into one of the most valuable brands in Indian banking. Immediately after taking over as CMD, I was very clear that we need to create energy and excitement in our first line if we wanted to succeed on our transformation program.
Are you sucking the life out of your employees? The author emphasizes that large-scale transformation can be undertaken successfully only if the CEO shows courage to change the status quo and mobilize the human effort within the organization. Lists with This Book. Dare to Lead is the fascinating story of how Anil K.
Find your Purpose, because Passion is Overrated! The book has several references as to how he relied more on his knowledge of industrial relations and human resource development rather than financial acumen to run the bank. After his retirement, employees took the breath and bank returned to its normal pace and 24 hours banking was failed. This helped in collective problem solving and collective ownership was the key outcome.
Saah rated it really liked it Feb 22, Prasad Mahajan marked it as to-read Sep 19, This had demoralized the staff and created scepticism about our services in the mind of customers. The greatest strength of the bank has been the collective passion of our management team and eare vital foot soldiers. I was not entirely unaware of what was really going wrong.
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The other quality that the leaders must demonstrate is the courage to change the status quo, put principles ahead of anything else, and disagree with those in authority when required. Nagesh marked it as to-read Sep 19, We wanted our frontline officers, tellers, cashiers and subordinate staff to know how they can make a difference to customer service, create goodwill and entice new customers. In public limited companies, where khandelsal is often taken for granted, Mr.
For emerging markets with a background of public sector banking the book is a guide for managers.
Article: Dare To Lead: Anil Khandelwal’s leap to the top
Is she your next leader? Narrated in a lucid manner by the author, who was the CEO of Bank of Baroda BOB for a tenure of three years, the book explores the trials, tribulations, joys, challenges and excitement in transforming a leading year-old public se Dare to Lead is a rare story of leadership that produced dramatic business results through a multifaceted reform and transformation program.
This issue will compile the biggest priorities for HR in Asif Hussain marked it as to-read Nov 03,