“A leader is someone you choose to follow to a place you wouldn’t go by yourself.” Stated above is the definition of a leader which acts as a punch line to categorize leaders as a distinguished class of individuals. To direct ordinary individuals towards their future, help them fulfill their dreams and aspirations, explore the unexplored, build confidence, belief and courage in them and assure that they were born to be winners and will certainly win over all situations in life is the game of a leader. In this 4 hour power-packed program, India’s most well know Sales, Motivation & Confidence Guru and Entrepreneurial Coach Mr. Santosh Nair enlightens the viewers on – – Who a leader is? – How are leaders manufactured? – Characteristics of a leader – The concept of Leadership Multipliers & Leadership Multiplication “Leadership Multipliers are ordinary individuals who choose to or are forced to go through difficult and dramatic situations, circumstances and humiliations in life and use these adverse experiences to become extra-ordinary beings such that they live a life which will take 40 lifetimes for another person to emulate.” “Leadership Multiplication is a conscious, laborious and repetitive process of inspiring & aligning millions of people into a common belief and vision thereby transcending them to an unimaginable level of thinking and action and in the process creating 100s of replicas who will then carry the torch forward and create thousands of replicas to make this world a better place.” The CD further encompasses the 3 types of employees that exist in every organization, the 6 levels of engagement that they operate at and the 5 levels of leadership that a leader has to climb in order to transform the lives of these employees. In the second half, the CD tours around the insane and discontinuous times that a leader of today faces and in order to lead in such a scenario, he/she needs to practice the 14 Predominant Leadership Lessons. A quick run of these 14 lessons are – 1. Leaders show up 2. Leaders love the mess 3. Leaders groove on ambiguity 4. Leaders re-do 5. Leaders make big mistakes & learn from it 6. Leaders are angry 7. Leaders ensure optimum understanding 8. Leaders influence 9. Leaders don’t create followers. Leaders create lots of leaders 10. Leaders have an appetite for life 11. Leaders love politics 12. Leaders know it’s all about “sales”, all the time 13. Leaders tell compelling stories & give a cause 14. Leaders know when to leave Having gone through this immense pool of leadership insights, the journey of an individual from an ordinary person to becoming a Level 5 Leader and leading in insane and discontinuous time will commence with a mere flip of a finger.