Leadership Lessons from Indian Epics

Timeless Lessons from Indian Epics

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Includes

  • 2.5 hours On-Demand Videos (Can be Downloaded in Audio Format)
  • 4 PDFs
  • Full Lifetime Access
  • Access on Mobile

Advantages Of The Course

➢  Leading in the right way

➢  The right time to help the subordinates

➢  Collaborating in the right manner

➢  Bringing out the best leadership lessons in others

About The Course

As Indians, we tend to ignore the greatness of our culture and copy others. But the reality is, we ignore it because of very shallow knowledge about our culture. I (Rupak Shah, CEO - BeALearnor) have read almost all famous books (more than 500 non-fiction books) on leadership from foreign authors. I thought I will never be able to learn all those lessons from Indian mythology.

 

But I was so wrong. I realized it when I met Rishi Nanda, a mythologist by profession. Rishi trains on various self-growth topics with the help of mythology. His depth of knowledge made me realize that how much we can learn from our own culture.

 

Therefore I decided to shoot an e-course with him so that not just me but all can benefit from this knowledge.

 

In this e-course, you will get to know 25+ stories giving insightful lessons about leadership. As learning is in story format, it is easy not only to remember it but also to share it with others – colleagues, subordinates and also with your kids.

 

By the end of this course, you will learn:

 

       ●  From the story of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh know what are the different types of Leaders

       ●  From the story of Parshuram, Ram, Krishna, Buddha, and Kalki learn about different roles of a Leader

       ●  From the Draupadi cheerharan know the important lesson on when to help your subordinates

       ●  From the plot of killing Dhroncharya, Bheeshma, and Karna, you will learn about the importance of competitor analysis, and lots more in the course

 

Also, you will get to know

 

       ●  Why Lord Ganpati is known as Vignaharta

       ●  Why is Lord Brahma not worshiped

       ●  Why Krishna took Pandava’s side in Mahabharata and many more less known things about Mythology

 

Fantastic course that actually brings meaning to what many will consider as just stories or myths. Instructor Rishi Nanda was very engaging and always clearly described the lessons from different stories and how they tie together. Must join this course not just for leadership but for all people everywhere. Great moral lessons to be learned here. - Sunil Thakur

The course is extremely exciting and knowledge driven..the analogies and their learnings are nice! - Anoop Gulati

 



Structure

Language English
Requirement

1- Participant should be able to read and understand the English language comfortably

2- Participant should at least know the outline story of Ramayana and Mahabharata

3- Access to a computer/mobile with an internet connection.

4- Age Group - 21 and above

About The Trainer

Rishi Nanda

●  Rishi Nanda has trained more than 9,000 people via Indian mythology

●  Although he had a very good corporate life still he left all that to focus full time on mythology 

●  He is on a noble mission to share the life-changing lessons of Indian mythology with the entire world