Tuesday, April 21, 2015

CHANGE Vs TRANSFORMATION....

  • A Rebel brings in a temporary change in the mind set of the people around for the extreme but indirectly unwanted actions required in the situation; a Leader on the other hand brings in a permanent change in the hearts of similar people for normal rightful actions required from their side….
  • A Rebel can only see a Rule of Authority in the issues in front all along carrying a hatred towards the Rulers thus spreading often a wrong message; a Leader forever sees only the 'bad' in such Rule of Authority minimizing the hatred involved in the process thus mostly staying nearer to the Great Saying, 'Hate the sin but not the sinner!' 
  • A Rebel many times can take the Followers up to the Altar Point alone as beyond that they would never be willing to sacrifice; a Leader on the other hand leads the followers boldly beyond to the greater heights invariably motivating them too do certain sacrifices at their own level for the Greater Cause…. 
  • A Rebel invariably is shunned by the Opponent Group where in they straight away prepare to suppress the movement directly or indirectly; here, the Leader often carries a Respect and Regard from the Opponent Group and sometimes even is blessed too by them indirectly…. 
  • A Rebel seeks the temporary Freedom of Expression for the followers and would many times may get it for them; a Leader without a say secures that permanently for Everyone around….
  • A Rebel’s sacrifice may make a dent on the coercion but most of the times ends there; but that of a Leader’s cuts through the same and tries to bring in a transformation in those who were behind the very act of coercion…. 
  • A Rebel may secure certain authority for the followers by bringing in changes in the legislation; a Leader sure does that, but in addition brings in a change too in the followers….
  • A Rebel invariably tries to destroy the energy behind suppression and secures a temporary solace in the situation; there, a Leader never lets that go waste and transforms and streamlines the same towards damage control, future growth and development…. 
  • A Rebel’s attitude sometimes creates a fear among the own Followers themselves with an explicit doubt on their faces, 'What is the end of all this?'; but that of a Leader forever makes the Followers feel safe under the protective umbrella invariably opened up for them with all reverence for their leader…. 
  • A Rebel attacked and immobilized by the Authorities may stand to end own Personality there by contributing a small share to the Change aimed at; a Leader will allow that freely but with a smile of forgiveness which invariably brings in a greater change in the hearts of those who were into the very act of suppression there by contributing a major share towards the Change….

10 comments:

  1. Much needed distinction between true leaders and pretenders

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    1. You said it.... May be a Rebel is not a Pretender but is ever limited in moving ahead as the Understanding there is not really deep.... A True Leader on the other hand, knows in depth what ultimately has to be done so that every one around secures his / her freedom and thus remain at peace.... If one follows a Rebel without a second thought, the temporary achievement may be alluring but forever a question remains with that follower.....'Am I complete here?' Thanks for the good comment!

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  2. Distinct qualities, well brought out.

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  3. Very well described. A transformational leader seeks proper buy in to bring about change.

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    1. Very Rightly said.... Thanks for such a nice comment on these Pages!

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    1. Thank you very much for your appreciation!

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  5. Great write up. If I write an honest comment, I say I imagined AAP as rebel in this writeup and Modi as Leader. With this imagination, I found each sentence in this post TRUE. Generally your articles with Red/Green font, I draw imagination mostly of corporate fraternity (as some of your recent articles are from this segment) but this time I thought of political parties & it made the whole content so relevant.

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    1. Thanks Vishal.... I very much value your Observations.... Sorry, I missed replying to this Comment in time.... Thanks once again for going thru' the Post in detail!

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