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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #120 on: September 13, 2020, 12:15:41 PM »
Staff managing and attending the family members of Chief Executive Officer

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 29
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 129
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 129 
(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 क्रीड़ोयेद्राजसमं कीडिते तं विशेषयेत II 267 II
नावमान्या राजपत्नी कन्या ह्यपि च मन्त्रिभिI
राजसंबंधि: पूज्या: सुह्रिद्श्च यथार्हत: II268II
नृपाहूत्स्तुर गच्छेत्यक्त्वा कार्यशतं  महत्  I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 267-268   
Translation –
 First, the staff including the minister should not play any merriment game with the King. If at all it becomes a must, in that situation the staff never should defeat the king the merriment game/sport. Same way, never disrespect or ignore the queen or princess.  The staff /Kingdom servants should offer respects to the King family members too.  It is also the duty of the King's servant that he should attend the invitation for any function by the king and attend the function leaving all other acts.
Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 267-268
 Managing the family members of The Chief Executive officer –
 Managing Family members of the Boss is important especially in family run organizations as in India the organizations of the Birla, Adani, Ambani families etc. 
Many times, family members are an important medium for creating a perception –might be positive or negative.
In many cases, the family members of the owner are also employees of the organization and the staff usually high level managers have to deal with such employees carefully. 
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 99 -100   
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Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Managing Director; Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of  General Manager; Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff Respecting and attending the family members of President
 


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #121 on: September 13, 2020, 01:33:35 PM »
Glimpses of Botany in Dandin’s Sanskrit   Literature    
BOTANY History of Indian Subcontinent –143
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 Dandin was a famous Sanskrit grammarian and Prose Romantic prose writer of 7th an d8th Century.   Dandin was great- grandson of Damodar the court poet from Vidarbha that served the Pallva King Simhavishnu and King Durvinta of Western Ganga dynasty (1).
As per Y. Broner, The active career of Dandin started around 680-720 CE under Narsimhavarman II.
It is said that the literature of Dandin is not well preserved.  However, Dandin is the creative of following Sanskrit classics
Prose by Dandin
Daskumarcharita  (incomplete)
Avantisundari (complete)  and
Poetry
Kavyadarsha
 Dandin was not a botanist nor Herbs specialist but a Poet and prose creator. Therefore, Dandin used plants and trees for ornamenting the literature.
In Next chapters, the plants /trees (flora mentioned by Dandin will be discussed.
References –
1-Gupta, D.K., (1970), A critical study of Dandin and his works, Meharchand Lachhman Das, Delhi.
2-Broner, Yigal, (29th April 2011), A Question of Priority: Revisiting the Bhamah Dandin debate ‘Journal of Indian Philosophy, 40(1) pp 67-118 
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #122 on: September 14, 2020, 11:22:54 AM »
Anti-Bribery and anti Corruption Polices in the organization

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 32
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 132
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 132
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
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मित्रायपि न वक्तव्यं राजकार्य  सुमन्त्रितम्   II269II
भृतिं विना राज्द्रव्यमदत्तं नाभिलाषयेत् I
 राजज्ञा विना नेच्छेत्कार्यमाध्यस्थिकीं भृतम् II 270 II
न निहन्याद् द्रव्यलोभात्सत्कार्यं यस्य  कास्याचित् I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 269 -270) 
Translation-
  The State Worker should not speak the state secret even to the close friends and should not take money from others without the permission of the king. The state worker should not take money by leaving state work in between and should not harm other in place of money.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 269 -270)   
The CEO should create the policies that staff does not open the company’s secrets even to his/her family members. There must be training and policies that staff does not indulge in opening secretes of the organization.
  The CEO must also make sure that in the organization, the staff does not take bribery from outside or inside for any work.
The chief executive officer should make a policy for anti-bribery and anti-corruption 9Not take or accept bribe or promise )  system in the organization.
The anti-bribery policies should also be for suppliers and other associate of the organizations

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -100   
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Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Managing Director; Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for  General Manager; Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Avoiding Bribery in the organization for President




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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #123 on: September 25, 2020, 05:20:05 AM »
Guidelines for the Employee Dealing and Protecting the CEO 

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Strategies for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 33
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 133
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 133
(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)
स्वस्त्रीपुत्रधनप्राणऐ: काले  संरक्षयेन्नृपम् II 271II
उत्कोचं नैव  गृह्वीयाना न्यथा बोधयेनृपम् I
अन्यथा दंडक भूपं नित्यं प्रबल दंडकम् II272II
निगृह्य बोधयेत्सम्यगेकान्ते राज्यगुप्तये I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 271-272) 
Translation-
In the sever danger, the Kingdom servant should protect first the king leaving he wife, son, wealth, and should not take bribery. The employee should also make the King aware about the reality. If King is deciding severe punishment without understanding consequences and punishment is not desirable the employee should make the king aware in person.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 271-272

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -100   
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Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Managing Director; Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the  General Manager; Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employee for   dealing and protecting the President



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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #124 on: September 26, 2020, 10:17:29 AM »
Customer Price/taxes Rise not for additional Profit of the organization

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 34
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 134
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 134
(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)
हितं राज्ञश्चाहितं याल्लोकानां तन्न कारयेत I I 273 II
नवीन करशुल्काद्यैर्लोक  उद्विजते  तत:  I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 273) 
Translation
 Don’t let happen such work that is harmful to the citizens but is beneficial to the King. By new taxes, the citizens become sad. 
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 273) 
  This stanza of Shukra Neeti is very much relevant to the present politicians and business executives
 The politicians and bureaucrats should make a note that the governing bodies should add newer taxes only when there is no alternative to adding the taxes. The new tax should not be added for the benefits of the political classes and bureaucrats 
  Same way, the business executives especially the Chief Executive Officers should not increase the customer price or distributor’s price for additional profits of the organization.
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -100   
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Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Managing Director; Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the  General Manager; Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Price Rise or New Tax for the President
 
 


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #125 on: September 27, 2020, 10:34:30 AM »
When to dismiss Chief Executive Officer?

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 35
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 135
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 135
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
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गुणनीतिबलद्वेषी  कुलभू  अप्यधार्मिक: I I274
नृपो यदि भवेत्तं तु त्यजते राष्ट्रविनाशकम् I
 तत्पदे तस्य कुलजं गुणयुक्तं पुरोहित: II  275
  प्रकृत्यनुमतिं कृत्वा स्थापयेत राज्यगुप्तये I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 274 -275)   
Translation-
 If by help of his characteristics and (good) qualities, the King starts following wrong paths (destructive and very harmful to the nation, even though, he might be from elite family /genes, such a king should be dismissed. The Purohit Priest should select a capable king among ministers and crown the said person as king.
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 274 -275) 
There is no need to explain that many times, it is necessary to replace the Chief executive officer or to dismiss the CEO.
 For example, today (September 2020) it is necessary for the Congress Working Committee to dismiss Congress President Sonia Gandhi immediately as Congress did in the past by dismissing Sitarm Kesari from President post.
  Before dismissing the CEO, it is not to be seen that the person belongs to an elite family but it is analysed how much the present CEO damages the organization and the image.
  The authorities of the organization should fire /dismiss the CEO on following situations-
CEO does not fit with the present requirement –
 Many times, due to passing the time, the CEO becomes irrelevant for the present competitive situation and should be fired. For example, in the 1914 General Election, Bhartiya Janta Party chose Narendra Modi as Prime Minister Candidate by discarding Lal Krishna Advani. The reason was obvious that Advani was irrelevant in the new circumstances.
 The CEO must have the right package of ‘skill, values, and capabilities’ for building the leadership team for the organization.
If the CEO does not fit in the right package, the CEO must be terminated that is CEO does not deliver -
Required performances
Relationship issues
Lack of key skills
Alienating management system
Mismanaging Changes
Denying reality /ignoring customers
Does not fulfil promises
Scandal
When the CEO fails to support the values of the Organization-
When the CEO does not care about the care values of the organization and follows the wrong path that might be dangerous for the image and survival of the organization .In those circumstances, the CEO must be dismissed.
 However, it is tough to dismiss CEO especially family run business or family run organizations as in Political circles Congress, Samajvadi parties etc.
Before dismissing the present CEO the organization should have the option for appointing the new  CEO.
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -100   
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Guidelines for Dismissing the Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Dismissing the Managing Director; Guidelines for Dismissing the Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for Dismissing the  General Manager; Guidelines for Dismissing the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Dismissing the Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Dismissing the President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #126 on: September 28, 2020, 10:11:15 AM »
The staff should keep satisfactory physical distance from the Chief Executive Officer 

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 36
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 136
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 136
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   

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सास्त्रो दूरं नृपत्तिष्ठेदस्त्रपातादूबही: सदा II276II
सशस्त्रो दशहस्तं तु यथादिष्टं नृपप्रिया: I
पंच हस्तं वसेयुर्वै मंत्रिणो लेखका : सदा II 277II
सेनपैस्तु विना नैव सशस्त्रा स्त्रो प्रविशेत्सभाम् I
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 276, 277) 
Translation –
The mantrik or the long distance weapons operators should keep sufficient distance from the king. The short distance weapon operators should keep ten feet distance from the King. The beloved or likable employee should be near as per choice of the King. The ministers, accountant record writers should be five feet away from the King. Even the king is fully armed, the King should be always with the armed soldiers
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 276, 277) 
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -101   
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Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Managing Director; Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from  General Manager; Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff keeping physical distance from President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #127 on: September 29, 2020, 08:52:55 AM »
Different Roles for Chief Executive Officer for Different Jobs

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 37
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 137
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 137
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   

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 विद्यावत्सु शरच्चन्द्रो निदाधार्को  द्विषत्सु च I
 प्रज्ञासु च वसंतार्क इव स्यात्रिविधो नृप:  II 283 II
यदि ब्राह्मणभिन्नेषउ मृदुत्वं   धारयेन्नृप: I
परिभवन्ति तं नीचा यथा  हस्तिपका गजम् II 284II
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 283- 284) 
Translation –
It said that there are three forms of the King. The King for the scholars is as the full moon of the autumn season; for the enemies, the King is as the burning sun of the summer season; and for the citizens, the king is as the spring season. And in contrast (of the above), the King behaves mildly, sweetly with the Brahmans. However, the disgraceful people misbehave with the King.
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 283-284) 
  The CEOs should behave differently with people as per time, and class. The CEO has to play the different role for the different works. 
As per Shukraneeti, there are three forms of the Chief Executive Officer. For the experienced persons and scholars, the chief Executive Officer  is as the full moon of the autumn season; for the competitors, the Chief Executive Officer is as the burning sun of the summer season; and for the customers and employees, the Chief Executive Officer is as the spring season. And in contrast (of the above), the Chief Executive Officer behaves mildly, sweetly with the Learned and guiding forces. However, the disgraceful people misbehave with the Chief Executive Officer.

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -102   
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Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Managing Director; Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by  General Manager; Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for playing different role for different jobs by President

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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #128 on: September 30, 2020, 08:19:05 AM »
The CEO should not have bad jokes and outrageous Humor with Employees

Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 37
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 137
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 137
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti) 
 
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 भृत्या कर्तव्या: परिहाश्च  क्रीड़ानम् I

अपमानास्पदे ते तु राज्ञो नित्यं भयावहे II 285 II
पृथक पृथक ख्यापयांति स्वार्थसिद्धये नृपाय ते I
स्वाकार्य  गुणवत् कृत्वा  सर्वे  स्वार्थपरा यत: II286 II
विकल्पन्ते अवमन्यते लंघयन्ति  च तत् द्वच: I
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 285- 286) 
Translation –
 The King should not indulge in ganging or outrageous humour with the staff.  By that, the king gets defame and disrespect and fear too. By that act, the staff start fulfilling their own   selfish goal. By that act, the staff started showing their acts better.
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 285- 286) 
 Using humour in discussion or normal tasks are  one aspect of life but the chief executive officer busting ugly jokes or outrageous jokes with the employees is liked by none. The employees take such CEOs as non-serious or weak bosses. Many times, the staff take the CEO as friend and disobey, or take disadvantage too.
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -102   
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Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Managing Director; Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Chief Operating officer (COO); Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by  General Manager; Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by  Manager; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for not indulging bad /ugly/ outrage jokes or humour by President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #129 on: October 01, 2020, 08:49:42 AM »
Reasons for the CEO should not to have Low level   Humor and Jokes with Employees

Too Much Informal Relation with Staff by CEO is harmful.
Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Guidelines for CEOs for Appointing and Training the Employees – 37
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 137
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 137
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
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राजभोज्यानि भुन्जन्ति न तिष्ठन्ति स्वके पदेI I287II
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एते दोषा: परिहास क्षमाक्रीडोद्भवा नृपे II 290II
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 287-290) 
Translation –
When the King starts participating in the low level amusement with the employees or starts joking or /low level jokes, the employees disobey the king by providing by logical and illogical reasons. Many times, those employees take non edible food (as hemp etc. before the King) and they do not behave as per the status of the King, though, that is required. Those employees open the secrets of the king and Kingdom before others. They also put on the dress of the king . They always deceive the King and provoke the king to use his mistresses. When the King is angry, those employees make fun of the King and embarrass   the King. Those employees disobey the King by all means.
 (Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 287- 290) 
The chief executive officer should have good relation with the staff but should not have too much informal relation with the staff.  Friendly relations does not mean the CEO bust ugly jokes with the staff. By too much informal relations with the staff makes many difficulties for the chief executive officer.
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -102   
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