Maun is rather ‘mean’!

Ushy Mohan Das
DOCTOR, Professor, Writer, VOA, Stand Up Comedienne, Kaizen, Tsun-zu, Oshoite, Tongue-fu Master- Motivational Speaker, Blogger--LIFEIST in short!;-))

Our Prime Minister, who is an excellent economist, was to manage human assets with the same passion, as managers manage the work flow and processes within the party. Then why is it that he seems often bored and indifferent to the day to day operations of the party/organization?

What is it about him that makes him ill-suited for leadership roles? Why is he unable to take enormous risks, huge initiatives, decisive action and controversial stands that good leaders rarely shy away from? Is he a good manager? A good economist? A good statesman?

Look at the 2G, 3G, CWG and more recently the Coal scams? Poor management skills or just what happens when a leader is forced into becoming a good follower?

Why do we always hear words like “passive”, “serf”, “obedient”, “lemming”, “mindless” and “mute” describing/referring to our honorable PM? Why we speak to the manner in which we have come to think of this poor man who submits himself to the visible hand that holds the stick in an endless cycle of subjugation, loss of personal authority, and a diminishing sense of self worth!

Mr. Singh said that in the course of seven years as Prime Minister, he may have made mistakes. “Who is above making mistakes? To err is human but to accuse me of evil intentions, of conniving with corruption is a charge I firmly repudiated,” the Prime Minister said.

Would our PM please truly demonstrate his leadership within this contemporary organization, which is so fraught with contradictions and turbulence?

How long this MUTE-iny? G

Time to speak up and Act up Honorable Prime Minister G!

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