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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #20 on: December 12, 2019, 03:16:50 PM »
   Bad habits of unsuccessful Chief Executive Officers

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(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukraneeti)
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  विपरीतस्तामस : स्थात सोअन्ते नर्क भाजन।   :
निर्घृणश्च मदोंमंतो हिंसकः सत्यवार्जित :   ।। 32    ।।  (  शुक्रनीति )   

Means that –
 “The Satwik or righteous King  gets Moksha . However, the opposite of Satwik King that is the King that is arrogant cruel, violence lover (by nature) , liar, deceptive by nature or deceptive by  nature is called  Tamsi King”  (Third Grade) ।। 32    ।।  Shukraneeti )
   The following bad habits make a CEO successful if not shortly after getting the CEO position the said CEO will definitely fail.
   Arrogant   - Arrogance is most dangerous habit of any person. The following are visible symbols of arrogant CEO –
 Avoid direct talks or avoid eye contact
Drop names out of context
Does many mistakes as coming late but does not apology (ego)
Using condescending phrases and shows others are inferiors
Hollow dominating nature
Searches subordinate’s drawer frequently
Interrupt conversation
Criticizes, blasts competitors
Can’t bear criticism
Blame others for own mistakes
 By nature a cruel individual
By nature a liar
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #21 on: December 13, 2019, 04:46:25 PM »
     Characteristics of Rajasi (having Negative Habits) Chief Executive Officer

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रजसो दांभिको लोभी विषयी वंचक शठ:
 मनसाअन्याश्च  वचसा कर्मणा कलहप्रिय :  ।। 33 ।।  (  शुक्रनीति )   
नीच प्रिय: स्वतंत्रश्च नीतिहीन च  छालान्तर:। 
सा तिर्यक्त्वं स्थावरत्वं भवितांते नृषाधमः  ।। 34  ।।  (  शुक्रनीति )   
Means that –
The King that is arrogant, greedy, lustful, voluptuary, deceptive, arbitrary, cheater,  whimsical, amoral , quarrelsome,   and he who - keeps foolish associates, friends (minds), uses  in harsh language, loves low minded people, is called Rajasi  King and gets Tiryak Yoni  .(Shukraneeti -33, 34) (reference 1)
  The characteristics of a Rajasi individual is always active physically or even in dream; gets pleasure in lustful deeds; turbulent/restless in  this world and spiritual world ;  lives for self and  self-goal only . 
 The CEO should not have following bad habits /negative characteristics –
Selfish in nature
Deceptive
Whimsical
Greedy
Thinks only about her/hi, self or acts only for own goal
Egotistical
Voluptuary
Womanizer or opposite character
Loose or harsh talker
Keeps foolish assistants or councillors
Quarrelsome
  The CEO should analyse her /his behaviour and if any of above characteristics are there the individual should eradicate them by regular practices.
Reference -
1-Shukraneeti, Mnaoj Pocket Books, Delhi Pp21
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #22 on: December 15, 2019, 05:02:24 PM »
   Characteristics of Lowest grade /worst kind of Chief Executive Officer

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त्यक्त स्वधर्माचरणा निर्घृणा:  परपीडकाः। 
चंडाश्च हिंसका  नृत्यं म्लेच्छास्ते ह्यविवेकिनः  ।। 4 4  ।।  (  शुक्रनीति )
That means that –

“    The person that don’t follow righteous conducts;   is cruel, unkind, sadist, is 
  ill temper, is  violent by nature that person comes under lowest grade person (Mlecchha) . Such person is mindless or worst kind of person” ।। 4 4 ।। (Shukraneeti) (ref 1)
  There are great chief executive officers in this world and there are worst kind of chief executives too.
The Chief executive officer that has ill temper is always a harmful chief executive because ill temper person takes whimsical decision and whimsical decision taking is always dangerous to the organization –big or small.
The chief executive officer that has violent nature or does not have bearing difficult time capabilities is also dangerous for the society and such chief executive officer put the organization in various danger.
   Sadist type of chief executive officer also is harmful for the organization as sadist chief executive distracts the good talents.
    Cruel chief executive officer also can’t attract good talents for long and if the good talents are not attracted to the organization the organization does not live long.
 Therefore, it is essential that chief executive officer should be kind, sober, and non-violent in nature and should have the human loving nature. -
References 
Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books, Delhi, Pp 22

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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #23 on: March 01, 2020, 07:36:14 PM »
Importance of Efforts and Industriousness for CEO’s success 

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धीमन्तो वंद्यचरिता मन्यते पोरुषम महत्I
अशक्ता: पौरुषं कर्तु क्लीवा दैवमुपासते II (Shukraneeti 1:47  )
 Shukraneeti sates about luck and industriousness or efforts and hard works as follows (1)0
“The Person that has skill or intellect and character takes efforts. The non-industrious person depends on luck and God” (Shukraneeti 1::47)
    There had been arguments and rebutting arguments about CEO makes company big by luck or by efforts in divorce case of Oil baron Harold Hamm  the CEO of Continental Resources  (2)
    Harold Hamm paid $974,790,317.77 as compensation for his ex-wife for divorce the amount though his worth was $18 billion. His ex –wife appealed in the court for more. Harold Hamm argued that his wealth came from forces outside his control, as global oil prices, the expertise of his deputies and other people technology. The divorce arguments created other philosophical and ethical debate “ If wealth comes by ere luck or circumstances then wealthy men owe a greater debt to society in the form of taxes or charity . If wealth comes by efforts and hard works then there should not be higher rates of tax.”.
   Frank (!) offered a quotation of a management scholar Steven Neil Kaplan of University of Chicago Booth School “Within any industry, a more talented management talented team is going to tend to do better. That is why investors and boards of directors look for the best talent to run their companies. That is why the stock of a company moves a lot when a CEO dies or the company hires anew CEO”. Steven Kaplan supports the preaching of Shukraneeti that the CEO must depend on efforts and skill than the mere luck or coincidences.
By all means, the hard work, sacrifices, efforts and industriousness of CEOs create wealth for  the companies and shareholders .   
References 
1-Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books, Delhi, Pp 23
Frank Robert, Are CEOs that Talented or just Lucky, New York Times (Feb 7 2015) 
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #24 on: March 13, 2020, 12:40:12 PM »
Difference between Strong and Weak CEOs

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  दैवे पुरुषकारे च खलु सर्वं प्रतिष्ठिम् I
पूर्वजन्मकृतं कर्मेहार्जितं तद् द्विधा कृतम् II Shukraneeti 1:49 II
बल्वत्प्रतिकारि स्याद् दुर्लभ्स्य सदैव हि I
सबलाबलयोर्ज्ञानं फल्प्रापत्याअन्यथा  नहि II Shukraneeti 1 : 50)
 There are two types of Action – Luck and Industriousness.  The result of past life acts (thinking and past actions)  is called Luck. While the present acts are called Industriousness. But the movement of this galaxy are above luck and industriousness.  The strong person is that that eradicate weakness from luck and insidiousness. Only fruits of action decided the strength and weaknesses . and there is no other way to determine the strength and weakness .

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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2020, 03:58:24 PM »

Good and Bad Actions of CEOs deliver good or bad consequences

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भवतीष्टं सत्क्रियया अनिष्टं तद् विपरीतया
शास्वत: सदसन्ज्ञत्वा त्यक्त्वाअसत्सत्समचरेत् II Shukraneeti 1.59) (1)
Means –
        The best actions create the best results. That is why a person should get knowledge of good actions and bad actions and should acquire good actions by discarding bad actions. (Shukraneeti 1.59) 
 Larcker and Tyan studied following of bad behaviour by CEOs (2) –
34% CEOs lying to the board over personal matters
21% CEOs involving *ual affairs with subordinates or consultants
16% CEOS use corporate funds in a matter that is questionable but not illegal
16% CEOS engaging in objectionable personal behaviour
13% CEOs making public statement those are objectionable
 Larcker and Tayan studied such bad behaviours of CEOs   found the following consequences-
Generally If not always)  , shareholders react negatively  to the news of misconducts of CEOs.
Most companies take appropriate action against such misconducts of CEOs.
However, the corporate punishments for CEOs misbehaving are inconsistent.
The CEO’s misbehaviours can reverberate across the organizations
Larcker and Tyan were not aware that many hundred years back in India, sage Shukra or Bhardwaj cautioned the people that the behaviour of CEOs or Kings affect or bring either good results or bad ones.
  As sage Shukra or Bhardwaj cautions, same way, Larcker and Tayan cautions to the boards of directors that CEO is the face of corporation. David and Brian further suggest to boards of directors that whenever CEO engage in any misconduct the board has to investigate immediately and take appropriate action  but ensuring that corporation reputation is protected too.
Reference
1-Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books, Delhi, page 25
2-Larcker David, Tayan Brian, We studied 38 incidents of CEO bad behaviour and measured their consequences , Harvard Business Review , June 9, 2016
www. br.org/2016/06 we-studied -38-incidents –of-ceo-bad-behaviour-an –measured –their consequences (accessed on 16/3/2020)
 
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #26 on: March 18, 2020, 04:39:22 PM »
Organization depends fully on Chief Executive officer (Responsibilities of CEO )

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  राजस्य  जगतो हेतुर्वृद्धयै वृधाभिस्म्म्त: I
 नयनान्न्द जनक: शशांक इव तोयधे: II Shukraneeti 1.64 ) II
यदि न स्यान्नरपति: सम्यंनेता तत: प्रजाः I
अकर्णधारा जलधौ विप्लवेतेह नौरवि   II Shukraneeti 1.64 II
Means-
             As the moon is responsible for tide in ocean, same way the King is eye soother for the citizens or Citizens love the King. The king is the regenerator or transformer or vibrator (Shukraneeti 1.64)
      If the King is unable to compel the Citizens for behaving as per code of conducts, the citizens got destroyed as boat without boatman in the ocean (Shukraneeti 1.65)
   There is no doubt that The country depended on the king and organization depends on its chief executive officer.
  The role and responsibilities for a CEO are –
The CEO is responsible for creation, execution and supervision the mission or vision of the organization.
 The CEO supervises all the operations of the organization.
The CEO manages the financial aspects and physical aspects of the organization
The CEO brings all disciplines in the organization and through HRD or departments create strategies for the growth, development of the organization.
The CEO sees that staff understands the changes and always motivate the staff .
The CEO is over all supervisor of research and development , design , production, marketing and customer satisfaction .
References 
1-Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books, Delhi, Pp 25 and 26
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #27 on: March 19, 2020, 04:10:38 PM »
 Employees following the  CEO for all Purposes

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न तिष्ठन्ति स्व्स्वधर्मे विना पालेन वै प्रजा: I
प्रजया तु विना स्वामी पृथ्वी नैव शोभते II (Shukraneti1.66)
न्याय प्रवृतो नृपतिरात्मानमथ च  प्रजा : I
त्रिवर्गेणोप संध्यते निहन्ति   ध्रुव्मन्यथा   II Shukraneeti 1. 67)
Means that –
  Without King, the subject does not act its duty properly and without subjects, the King is unedifying. It is true that fair or justice loving King keeps subject and himself busy for achieving prosperity, ambitions and conduct full. While Unfair or injustice full King and his subject are lacking for wealth and ambition and they don’t follow code of conducts too.
(Shukraneeti 1.66, 67)
 If above sutras of Shukraneeti are true for the King and Subjects, so is true that employees follow the CEO of organization and take the organization to the top.
Usually employees follow such CEO that –
CEO ensures that employees are safe and feel comfortable
CEO offers opportunities for employees for being healthier
CEO takes care and strengthens bonds among employees
CEO makes Employee feels values
CEO helps staff for growth and empowerment
CEO peruses excellence for employees
CEO focuses on keep people employee seven in bad period
References 
1-Shukraneeti, (Hindi Translation edited by Rajiv Tewari and Madhusudan Sharma) Manoj Pocket Books, Delhi, Pp 26
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #28 on: March 21, 2020, 08:44:41 PM »
Unethical CEO destroys the Organization and associates

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धर्मौद्वै जवनोराजा विधाय बुभुजे भुवम् I
अधर्माच्चैव नहुष: प्रतिपदे रसातलम् (Shukraneeti 1.68)
वेनो नष्टस्तव धर्मेण प्रिथुर्वृद्द्ध: स्वधर्मत : I
तस्माद्धर्म पुर्रस्कृत्य यतेताथार्य पार्थिव : II (Shukraneeti 1.69)
 यो हि धर्मपरो राजा देवंशो अन्यश्च रक्षसाम् I
अंशभूतो धर्मलोपी     प्रजापीड़ाकरो    भवेत् II (Shukraneeti 1.70)
Translation of Shukraneeti 1.68, 69, 70 (1)
The ethical King raises the subject well and enjoys the materialistic benefits from the earth. However, unethical King goes to hell as King Nahusha (SN 1.68) While, King Ven also got destroyed but Prithu could come up due to ethics only. That is why the King should follow ethical means and should go for wealth and should be away from unethical means (SN 1.69)
The ethical King is called the part of deity while the unethical is called part of demon and pain giver to the subject. (SN 1.70)
 The stories of Shukraneeti are well told in many Purans and Mahabharata too and are stories of before 4th AD).  However, in recent years there have been examples that unethical CEOs destroyed the big companies (impossible to destroy those before that happened) , spoiled employees  future and destroyed associates too.
   The unethical acts by Kingfisher CEO Vijay Malaya is the best example that unethical means by CEO sink the company;  sink the associates and the CEO has to face the adversary .(2)

References
1-Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 26
2-Ritu Kochar, Things Vijay Malaya did that You Should Not be Doing in Your Business, entrepreneur.com/article/272322, March 11 2016.(accessed on 21/3/2020 )

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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #29 on: March 22, 2020, 05:37:46 PM »
CEO inspire Employees for Ethical and Unethical Actions

Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 29
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  वायुर्गन्ध्स्य सद्स्त्कर्मण: प्रेरको नृप : I
 धर्म प्रवर्त्तको अधर्मनाशकस्त्सो रवि : II (Shukraneeti 1.73)
Translation is under (1)
  As by air, we can know the good or good smell. Same way, the King inspires subjects for good or bad or ethical or unethical actions. The eking as Sun establish the duty oriented subjects. (Shukraneeti 1.73)
  CEO inspires all employees for ethical or unethical actions in the organization.
  CEO must motivate employees by paying attention on skills and not jobs.
CEO must see that there is reskilling procedure in the organization
CEO should see that employees experience holistically in the organization.
CEO must ensure that there is transparency in the organization .

 
References
1-Shukraneeti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 26
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