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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This is the story of the leadership challenges, management solutions and personal and professional excitement For HR, was about a lot of ‘anticipation’ – from tech to gig economy. The story of your 34 years in Bank of Baroda BOB has become a case study of excellent transformation. Dare to Lead is a rare story of leadership that produced dramatic business results through a multifaceted reform and transformation program.
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Rajeev Kumar marked it as to-read Mar 07, Khandelwal, while being modest in his contributions laying the foundation of intangibles — Bank of Baroda is a success story of intangibles that helped transform the bank, is all praise for lear employees.
When I became CMD, I was inspired by the vision of the Great Maharaja of Baroda, who laid the foundation of the dre about a century back and my internal calling was to create the bank for the next century.
My academic interest and practical training in HR, with a strong orientation in process leas, tried to always find a human connect to an organizational problem. Feb 10, Rahul Chowdhury rated it really liked it Shelves: It describes how a large-sized bank was transformed on all parameters with clear vision, execution discipline, customer centricity and people engagement.
Dr. Anil K. Khandelwal
Irrespective of cultures, lhandelwal, colour and creed, leaders are expected to do what they say. Aug 11, Sharad Kumar rated it really liked it.
If there was one thing that helped me achieve business objectives in both the places, it was my abiding faith in reaching out to people and seek khsndelwal engagement. Khandelwal Limited preview – If people in responsible positions speak lies- the trust and team building are the first casualties. Our overseas business trebled. Kyle Nguyen rated it really liked it Dec 13, Genpact gets a notice from UP jhandelwal Genpact exec kills self over harassment charges Standard Chartered cuts over jobs in India Employee Engagement HR has moved from feelings to insights Up your numbers, the engagement way Workplace discussion app Hush raises Rs 4.
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Dare to Lead: The Transformation of Bank of Baroda
The bank had an excellent professional culture and the top management looked into the professional growth of employees. It describes how a large-sized bank was transformed on all parameters with clear vision, execution discipline, customer centricity and people engagement. Rohan Mehra vare it really liked it Feb 14, But rarely do they get a chance to interact with top management or get appropriate response to their ideas.
Account Options Sign in. Khandelwal managed all these changes not with an iron hand but with his ability to empathize with his employees. The government appointed him to head a committee to study HR in public sector banks.
Anil talks and share his experience on he turned around the falling business of Bank of Baroda and put it into growth path amid tough competition khandelwl private banks. There is nothing special about this book. Insider account of the transformation of a bank is a good case study of leadership in motivation of self and masses,action by all and result orientation.
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When you are at the top, you have to realize that you have a special responsibility. Must read for anyone striving to motivate people without much monetary incentives.
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