Robin Sharma wows Bangalore with insightful leadership gyan
Organized by the non-profit organization Rang De, the event was attended by close to 1000 people across platforms, ranging from IT heads, entrepreneurs, professionals and even youngsters among others. There were visitors who had flown in from other states including Mumbai, Gurgaon, Pune, Vizag, Ahmedabad and Chennai.
Robin Sharma touched upon various topics in his inspiring speech that was heard by an awe-struck audience who aimed to imbibe every piece of advice that he put across in his spirited lecture. The event got more attention since this was his only event in the country scheduled for the year. [Read: Victims make excuses, leaders deliver results: Robin Sharma]
He spoke on the need to be excellent and fantastic in anything one chooses to do and the need for personal leadership and the effort to make a trail of leaders around you. Participants also got an insight into 8 peak performance tactics to do world class work in busy times.
He defined work as the chance to change the world and forced the audience to think what difference one will make in the last hour on the last day of your life. He also utilized the occasion to break many conventional notions on leadership and stated that the old model of leadership was obsolete. He quoted the likes of Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs, Oscar Wilde and Mahatma Gandhi to drive home his point.
He also gave interesting insights on the 'Rules of remarkable leadership' and '7 devotions of leaders without titles'.
The effort put in by Rang De to pull together such a great show is truly commendable as they have been able to bring about change in the lives of low-income population by turning them into entrepreneurs with the power of micro-credit.
Ramakrishna, the CEO of Rang De said, "Rang De's vision is to make India free of poverty and we would like to do this in our own lifetime. This event was organized to create awareness about the cause and encourage people to join the movement. What better way to bring people together than with Robin Sharma."