Human Leadership And Organizational Leadership: Mahatma Gandhi

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EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHİP: MAHATMA GANDHİ In human history, we have seen a lot of leaders contributed our world through what they do. Most of them are known because of their military successes, conquests or revolutionary revolts for their people. Again, most of them have chosen aggressive methods to achieve their goals. It is hard to find such a leader used different methods like non-violence and peaceful settlement. Yes, we are talking about Mahatma Gandhi founder of today’s India. In this paper, there are going to be three parts which are introducing Gandhi, rising power of Gandhi and bequest of him. Gandhi was born in 1869 in Porbandar in India. His father was a bureaucrat for Porbandar city however their cast was lower than this. Gandhi…show more content…
His morality said him that he should fight against all these. He started to arrange protest for solidarity to end the problems he observed. While he was doing this he never used violence. So that, he wasn’t face with the law charges and this non-violence uprising helped him to increase his popularity. He upgraded his philosophy in South Africa : “ No Violence No Retreat”. He is a determined leader in his way. He was encouraging solidarity among the different kind of people like Muslims, Hindus, Jewish, Christ, Sikhs, Blacks and whites. According to him, all people should live in peace in harmony. His protest organizations became powerful and he took all Indians in South Africa with him and returned India. He had fame and welcomed as a national hero in India. It is time for using non-violent resistance for own people. He started a campaign against British rule in India. It is a fight for…show more content…
This was against the increasing taxes of salt regardless of reason. Many Indians could not afforded salt because of new taxes. Gandhi gathered hundreds of thousands Indians and started a march to South Indian Sea to extract salt from sea. British rulers thought that they can overcome this rebel however things got become harder fort hem. Therefore, they started to oppress rebellion. They arrested and killed thousands of people. From now on, British rule lost its legitimacy in India as a result of violence and crime. Every Indian was talking about free and independent India. British rule invited Gandhi to discuss the future of India but they were still insisting on a rule under British Empire. Therefore, negotiations resulted with nothing. Gandhi expanded his goals into lower class of India. His dream of India was not about creating a industrial state. He was actually demanding a simple and traditional life style for everybody. Again, the Englishmen put him into jail. However this time, Gandhi refused British authority for ever and demanded full withdrawal of British Empire from the lands of India. He did not want using of force and did not let his policy to go which is non-violent resistance. In those times, it was valuable morality because WWII has begun. Gandhi believed that non-violence is the key of avoiding total war and keep Indian people from dying. Gandhi was a tireless

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