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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #110 on: August 30, 2020, 12:05:27 PM »
The Character of a Responsible Employee

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 21
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 121
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 121
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
नित्यं संसेवनरतो भृत्यो राज्ञ: प्रियो भवेत I
स्वस्वाधिकारकार्यं  यद्भद्राक्कुकुर्यात्सुमना यत: II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 250)
Translation:-
The King likes the servants those serve the King/Kingdom properly. That means, the King is always on the side of the employee, that employee/servant serves   the kingdom with proper responsibilities.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 250)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 97   
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #111 on: August 31, 2020, 11:13:27 AM »
Understanding the  Inter personal Relationship between the CEO and the employees

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 22
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 122
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 122
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
 न कुर्यात्सहसा कार्य नीचं राजपि नो दिशेत्  I
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यस्मिन्प्रीतो भवेद्रा तदनिष्टं  न चिन्तयेत्    II252II
 The duty of a servant of King is that he does not perform any act that is indiscreet. At the same time, the king should not ask the  court servant/kingdom employee the indecent job as cleaning excreta. If the person designated for cleaning excreta is not present then the King should perform the act of cleaning himself and not ask the servant not designated for. However, it is also said that if need is so important , the  high servant should clean the excrete of the king .
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 251-252)
Translation:-
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 251-252)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 97   
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #112 on: September 01, 2020, 11:41:06 AM »
CEO must  Divide Employee Responsibilities   

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 23
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 123
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 123 
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
न दर्शयेत्स्वाधिकारगौरवं तु          कदाचन I
 परस्परं नाभ्यसूयुर्न  भेदं  प्राप्नुयु:  कदा : II 253II
 राज्ञा  चाधिकृता: संत:  स्व्स्वाधिकारगुप्तये  I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 253)
Translation
 The employees should keep in mind that they should pay attention (fully focus and perform dutifully)  on their jobs assigned by the king and should not envy other’s job . This the job of the best Kingdom employee. 
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 253)
   CEO should make sure that there is clear cut Division of Employee Responsibility –
The CEO  should be sure that there is clear cut Division of Employee Responsibilities in the organization.
The CEO must ensure that there is enough training for each employee to focus on his/her job and to ensure that the employees don’t interfere in other’s task or job.
While dividing the task for each employee , the following precautionary measures  are must –
The employee should have sense of responsibilities for her/his task
There must be a master list of the primary task for each employee The master list should have clear job responsibilities for each employee.
Every time, there must be a system in the organization for evolution the strengths and weaknesses of each employee
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 98   
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Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Managing Director; Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by  General Manger; Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dividing Employee Responsibilities by President



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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #113 on: September 02, 2020, 09:33:46 AM »
Cordial Interpersonal relationship between Employees and higher management  

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 24
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 124
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 1234
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
 अधिकारीगणों राजासद्वृतौ यत्र तिष्ठत: II254II
 उभौ तत्र स्थिरा  लक्ष्मीर्विपुला सम्मुखी  भवेत I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 254)
Translation-
 When in a state (kingdom), there is cordial interpersonal relationship between the King and officials , there is stability and prosperity always.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 254)
 Reasons for the importance of Cordial Interpersonal relationship in workplace –
 The CEO should see that there is a cordial interpersonal relationship between higher management and the general staff and  cordial relationship among the staff .
The CEO should know that no individual can work alone and no human being is a machine.
The cordial interpersonal relationship between higher management and general employees and cordial relationship among staff brings stability for the organization.
Stable organization brings prosperity for the organization and prosperity brings stability too.
Cordial interpersonal relationships increase productivity that brings prosperity.
 The actions are required for cordial interpersonal relationship between the general employees  and higher management as –
Managers respecting the Employees. 
Employees must feel comfortable.
Higher management should communicate directly and indirectly with the employee.
Managers should create a motivational system in the organization.
CEO should take care for effective cordial interpersonal relationship as under –
There must be appropriate facilities for managers and employees
There must be a culture of workers discussing the problems.
CEO must create a motivational and rewarding system in the organization and a culture of recognizing the good work..
The organization should have a clear succession plant for key positions
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 98   
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #114 on: September 04, 2020, 10:49:06 AM »
Chief Executive Officer stop Backbiting /Gossiping in the Organization 

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 24
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 124
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 1234
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
अन्याधिकारवृतं तु न ब्रूयाच्छूतमप्युत I 255
राजा न शृणुयादन्यमुखतस्तु कदाचन I
न बोधयन्ति च हितमअहितं  वाधिकारणि : II256II
 प्रच्छनवैरिणस्ते तु दास्य  रूपमुपामुपश्रिता: I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 255-256)
Translation-
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 255-256)
 The greatness for a state employee is that the employee does not tell the weakness of the co-employee before the king. The greatness of the king is that he does not hear the weakness of an employee by the other employee.  If a high management state official does not understand the benefits or hams of the king that state officer is called the enemy or non-friend of the King.
Chief Executive Officer stop Backbiting /Gossiping in the Organization:-
The CEO must know that gossiping or backbiting in the organizations happens because gossip /backbiting help three main objectives – informational, interpersonal and emotional (2)
Gossiping or backbiting is a way of valued source of information for those managers that do not trust the formal way of communication/information and is common way of getting important information about the social system too. 
 
Many times, backbiting /gossiping serves to release the anger
 Most of the time, Gossiping /backbiting help, to surface the interpersonal conflict
.  In fact, the backbiting /gossiping in the system weakens the system in the organization. Gossiping/backbiting is nothing but self –fulfilling prophecy. Gossiping /backbiting weaken the trust in the organization.
The CEO must stop backbiting and gossiping in the organization.
By building the trust is the way to stop backbiting /gossiping.
Building skill or competency is the enemy of backbiting/gossiping .Therefore the CEO must build the skill/competency in the organization .
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 98   
2-Grenny Joseph 2015, Stop Enabling Gossip on your Team, Harvard Business Review 9th January 2015
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #115 on: September 06, 2020, 11:47:27 AM »
 
CEO must follow advice of his Close Aids and aids should offer beneficial advice
 

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 24
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 124
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 1234
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
हिताहितं न शृणोति राजा मन्त्रिमुखाच्य य :257
सा दस्यु राजरुपेण प्रजानां धनहारक: I
  सपुष्टव्यवहारा ये राजपुत्रैश्च मंत्रिण : II258II
विरुध्यन्ति च तै साकं  ते तु प्रच्छन्नतस्करा: I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 257-258)
Translation-
 The King ignoring the good and devious matters, that King is as good as dacoit that snatches the prosperity of the Kingdom. Same way, the ministers do not reply as per code of conduct to the queries of the King, those ministers are also in the forms of deceitful thieves.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 257-258)
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 98   
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Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Managing Director; Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by  General Manager; Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for taking advice from close aids by President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #116 on: September 07, 2020, 06:45:42 AM »
Precautions by High level   Executives (Ministers) for dealing with under aged Successor of the  CEO of Family Run Organization

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 24
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 124
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 1234
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
  बाला अपि राजपुत्रा नावमान्यास्तु मन्त्रिभि: II 259II
सदा सुबहुवचनै: सम्बोध्यास्ते: प्रयत्नत: I
असदाचरितं तेषां क्वचिद्राज्ञे न दर्शयेत् II 260 II
स्त्रीपुत्रमोहा बलवान्न निंदा श्रेयसे  यो :
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 259-260)
Translation-
 If the King is under age of young, the ministers should not ignore the king and the ministers should respect the young King as the aged King. Apart from respecting under aged King or crowned prince, the ministers should not criticize the crowned prince before The King. The affections for the son and the woman are the stronger emotions than other emotions. By criticizing the successor/crowned prince   before the King, there might be danger for the person criticizing the prince.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 259-260)
 The Executives of Family Run Organization should take care in dealing with heirs of the CEO of the organization-
  There are family run organizations in the business  and in politics too  there are family run political parties as  in India are Congress, Samajvadi party, Shiv Sena,  , Akali Dal etc. Many times, the family appoints young heir as CEO of the organization that young person does not have any experience. In those circumstances, the top level executives should respect the young heirs as they respect the aged CEO. The top level executives should also be careful that they don’t criticize the young heirs before heir’s parents.
The top level executives should be very careful in dealing with the family members of the CEO of family run business or political organizations. Many times, praising a family members before others might be dangerous.
 References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 98   
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Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  Successor of Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of Managing Director; Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of  General Manager; Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Top Level    Executives (Ministers) dealing with under aged  successor  of President




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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #117 on: September 08, 2020, 09:09:27 AM »
Limit of Sacrifice by the employee for the CEO

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 28
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 128
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 128 
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
राज्ञोअवश्यतरं कार्य प्राणसंशयतं च यत्  II261II
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युद्धादौ समूह्त्कार्ये भृत्या  प्राणान्हरेन्नृप II264II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 261-264)
Translation-
The Kingdom staff should take the permission from the King for the action that might be dangerous fatally for the King. That act should be done by the staff when the staff does not have food or works or does not have any alternate. In normal circumstances, the staff should not sacrifice his life for the King. The King should also expect life sacrifice from the staff only at the time of war/battle/hunting.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 261-264)
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 99   
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Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Managing Director; Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for  General Manager; Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees sacrificing for President




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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #118 on: September 09, 2020, 10:31:26 AM »
Salary for Employees is Important

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 28
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 128
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 128 
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
नान्यथा भूतिरुपेण  भृत्यो  राजधनं हेरत्  I
अन्यथा हरतस्तो  तु  भवतश्च  स्वनाशकौ II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 265
Translation-
Same way, the state employees should take salary and no other ways. If by above means, the King or employee thefts the wealth or life of others they destroy themselves.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 265)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 99   
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #119 on: September 11, 2020, 12:44:22 PM »
Importance of the Chain of Command and Authority in the organization 

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 28
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 128
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 128 
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
राजाअनु युवराजस्तु मान्योअमात्यादिकै: सदा I
 तन्न्युनामात्यनवकं  तन्न्यूनाधिकृतो गण: II 266II
मंत्रितुल्यश्चायुतिको न्यून: साहस्रिको  मत:
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 266
Translation –
 For the ministers and secretary, the king is the most respected and venerable. After the King, the prince is respectable. After the prince, the chief statesman, and other statesmen are respectable. After them, the other assistants of the above officers are respectable. The commander of ten thousand solders is also respectable and the head of one thousand solders is too respectable
Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 266

 Importance of the Chain of Command and Authority in the organization:
  In small organization or in middle organization the chain of command and authority is required but usually, there is flexibility in such organizations. However, in military or in big government or private organizations, the structure rules enhance the functioning of the organization
The chain of command is the line of authority and responsibilities along with order passing chain too.  .
 The lower cadre staff should respect their higher officers and take orders as per the authorities designated to  the higher authorities.
In big organization, the rank and their ordering authority should be in written form. 


References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 99   
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Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Chief Executive Officer; Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Managing Director; Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Chief Operating officer (CEO); Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by  General Manager; Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Executive Director ; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by  CEO; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by COO ; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by CFO ; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by  Manager; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by  Executive Director; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by MD ; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by Chairman ; Refreshing Understanding Chain of Command and Authority in the organization  by President



 

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