In general, ethnocentrism has been described as an individual psychological disposition which has both positive and negative outcomes. On the one hand, ethnocentrism serves as an antecedent towards “willingness to sacrifice for one’s central group” and help in constructing and maintaining one’s cultural identity. On the other hand, ethnocentrism leads to misunderstanding, viewing their cultural way of living as “natural” and what is going on in other cultures as
A Leader That I Admire: Mahatma Gandhi BUS 500 Organizational Leadership Professor: Shirley Chuo Westcliff University 03/20/2018 Abstract This paper will be talk over on the topic of Mahatma Gandhi. He is one of most influential leader whom I admire utmost. Moreover, the paper will be highlighting about his background and will also present on the reason for which I admire him. The actions and behavior he possessed outfits with five practices of exemplary headship. It also discusses about Gandhi’s trustworthiness, how it ascended and if there were any space for perfection.
The Multiple Agendas of MK Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi, the father of India, was the greatest freedom fighter the world ever witnessed. His entire life revolved around truth, non violence, and equality for all. Gandhi, over the course of his chequered life, founded several new philosophies and ideologies, that mobilized the people of India to seek freedom as one single nation, rather than as individuals pursuing their own demands. Gandhi's journey as a freedom fighter began in Durban, in the late 19th century. He actively fought for Indians living in Johannesburg who had been subjected to racist discrimination.
Mahatma Gandhi is one of the great figures of the twentieth century. In a century marked by the excesses of Nazism and Communism, the struggles against Colonialism, and two World Wars, his theory and practice of nonviolence shined like a beacon of hope. He tried to create a religiously tolerant and inclusive civic nation in his own country, divided as it was along religious, linguistic and ethnic lines. How to live in peace, justice and prosperity in today’s pluralistic societies is a lesson that he never tired of teaching, and from which people everywhere can learn. When Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948, the world hailed him as one of the greatest spiritual leaders, not just of the century, but of all time.
Mahatma Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India on October 2, 1869 and was the son of Putlibai and Karamchand Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi is most famous for his help in gaining India’s independence from Great Britain and being an upstander when he took a stand on violence. Gandhi’s policy was to not use violence no matter what feat or challenge he had to face and solve. Gandhi took a stand in many places, most of his life he took a stand in India and South Africa. He took a Stand whenever he thought something wasn’t fair or right.
8. Famous Indians He was the peace-seeking leader of the movement for independence in British-ruled India and likely one of the most famous Indian’s throughout history – but there are a lot of notable citizens of India, so we don’t want to get too caught up in Mahatma Gandhi’s history just yet. When exploring famous people of India, you’ll be setting your sights on spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy; actresses Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor; actors Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan; philosopher and statesman, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan; classical poet Kalidasa and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus, who is best known for assisting women in escaping poverty. In the world of sports, tennis player Sania Mirza, cricketers Mahendra Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar, and 3 Olympic gold medals winner Dhyan Chand can boast Indian roots. Representing India on YouTube are T-Series, ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes, ZeeTV and Eros Now.
He went back to India only to find that his own country was being ruled by the British and his fellow citizens were being treated harshly by the British. Like other great men in history, Gandhi took his time to grow and develop his techniques to ensure that his actions made an impact. He was very honest and truthful and this helped him throughout his life. One of the greatest men in the history of India is unarguably Mahatma Gandhi. The way he gave shape and character to India 's freedom struggle is worth appreciation.
Mahatma Gandhi is still remembered in our world today due to his beliefs and virtues. His main value’s were non-violence, truth, love and brotherhood. Due to his values India was freed by the British control. This is also the reason why Indian’s call him the father of their nation. Gandhi’s full name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandi.
I am confident that it will survive all other theories." This was what Gandhi 's said that highlights his argument towards his concept of ‘trusteeship’. Gandhi 's influence made pressure on various Industrialists to act towards building the nation and its socio-economic development. According to Gandhi, Indian companies were supposed to be the ‘temples of modern India’. Under his influence, businesses established trusts for schools & colleges and also helped in setting up training & scientific institutions.