Lord Rama spent 14 years of grit and determination in exile. The qualities he exhibited there made him God Rama from King Rama. He faced worst of the challenges in those 14 years, what one can possibly face in one’s life. He lost his kingdom, he lost his wife and he almost lost his life during the war. He did not take the short cuts, he did not run back to his brother Bharata for his assistance, he did not lose his honesty, his goodness, his righteousness and finally won the war over Ravana.
After the initial agony of his wife’s kidnap, he calmed himself. He strategized based on whatever resources were available to him. He made local allies in the form of Hanuman and Sugreeva. He used all the skills he learnt from the various teachers in his life. He did meticulous human resource and talent management – Hanuman helped him search his wife Sita, Angad helped him in diplomatic peace mission, Jambavan helped him to keep the team motivated, Engineers Nal & Neel helped him to make the Rama Bridge to cross the sea to Lanka, Vibhishan helped him to penetrate through the secrets of the opposition army.
In the end Rama and his vanara army won against mighty Ravana and his resourceful, well equipped army.
In these 2 days, we will learn essential Management Lessons from the story of Ramayana !
𝐃𝐚𝐭𝐞 & 𝐓𝐢𝐦𝐞
Dates: 26-27 June 2021 (Saturday & Sunday)
Time: 9PM IST, India || 3:30PM, UK ||2:30 PM Germany
Online Mode: Live online
Live meeting Link would be shared with participants after registration.
Organizer of Management Lessons from RamayanaThe Ramayana School is an endeavor to explore and contextualize the life lessons present in Ramayana to the present times. Ramayana School team has meticulously developed various innovative tools to dive deep into the stories, conversations, and characters of Ramayana and to translate them into real life learnings for children, parents, families, educators, and entrepreneurs.
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