Motivation and Inspiration
Influential Success

When it comes to guidance, Yogatma Srihari has been an orchestrating lighthouse to many students and corporate professionals have imbibed leadership qualities from the deft leader. Yogatma Srihari’s top leadership program has helped many in bringing out their true self and achieving success.
1. Influence
Leadership does not require authority. It requires influence. We have influence on somebody’s life when our actions affect that person’s beliefs or behavior.
2. Responsibility
A leader should stop making excuses and needs to take responsibility for his decisions; the things he chooses to do and things he chooses not to do.
3. Vision
Extraordinary leaders have the situational intelligence to translate vision to reality. The art of leadership rests on two pillars; vision and passion.
4. Authority
The key to successful leadership is influence; not authority. A leader will never be able to persuade anyone to make a change through mere authority.

Motivation and Inspiration
Influential Success

When it comes to guidance, Yogatma Srihari has been an orchestrating lighthouse to many students and corporate professionals have imbibed leadership qualities from the deft leader. Yogatma Srihari’s top leadership program has helped many in bringing out their true self and achieving success.
1. Influence
Leadership does not require authority. It requires influence. We have influence on somebody’s life when our actions affect that person’s beliefs or behavior.
2. Responsibility
A leader should stop making excuses and needs to take responsibility for his decisions; the things he chooses to do and things he chooses not to do.
3. Vision
Extraordinary leaders have the situational intelligence to translate vision to reality. The art of leadership rests on two pillars; vision and passion.
4. Authority
The key to successful leadership is influence; not authority. A leader will never be able to persuade anyone to make a change through mere authority.
1. Influence
Leadership does not require authority. It requires influence. We have influence on somebody’s life when our actions affect that person’s beliefs or behavior.
2. Responsibility
A leader should stop making excuses and needs to take responsibility for his decisions; the things he chooses to do and things he chooses not to do.
3. Vision
Extraordinary leaders have the situational intelligence to translate vision to reality. The art of leadership rests on two pillars; vision and passion.
4. Authority
The key to successful leadership is influence; not authority. A leader will never be able to persuade anyone to make a change through mere authority.

Walk the Talk
with Yogatma Srihari

CHANAKYA is a programme that encompasses all the leadership traits and helps people to learn and develop them. It is an extensive course that comprises a multitude of smaller programmes that help in the making of a true and an able leader.

Walk the Talk with Yogatma Srihari

CHANAKYA is a programme that encompasses all the leadership traits and helps people to learn and develop them. It is an extensive course that comprises a multitude of smaller programmes that help in the making of a true and an able leader.
STEP 1Self-Assessment
Developmental programs need a starting point. Start by assessing your plusses and minuses.
STEP 2Self-Motivation
Ignite the fire in you and develop the required motivation to begin taking responsibilities.
STEP 3Develop Skills
Effective leaders require cognitive, social and emotional skills to function efficiently.
STEP 4Constant Improvement
Leadership is all about continuous improvement because it is a journey, not a destination.
STEP 1Self-Assessment
Developmental programs need a starting point. Start by assessing your plusses and minuses.
STEP 2Self-Motivation
Ignite the fire in you and develop the required motivation to begin taking responsibilities.
STEP 3Develop Skills
Effective leaders require cognitive, social and emotional skills to function efficiently.
STEP 4Constant Improvement
Leadership is all about continuous improvement because it is a journey, not a destination.

Yogatma Srihari’s
Modules of Leadership

A true leader has a clear vision, follows it, and shows others the way to achieve it. He should know where he is going and how to get there. Learn to be a leader who guides others on the right path and helps people make choices that are different yet correct.
Logical Leadership
Great leaders inspire other individuals to reach their potential and obtain high levels of personal and professional success.
Business Leadership
Business leadership is the ability to inspire, motivate and get extraordinary achievement from ordinary people.
Administrative Leadership
Administrative leadership is orchestrating tasks and mobilizing people to pursue a shared vision and achieve goals.
Educational Leadership
Educational leadership is the process of enlisting and guiding the talents of teachers, pupils, and parents.
Political Leadership
Political leadership is a combination of charisma, integrity, ability to assess a situation and take decisions.
Social Leadership
Social leadership promotes the protection of freedom, preserve peace, and ensure prosperity for many people.
Corporate Lifestyle
Corporate leadership creates a planned path of action to be carried out by managers, supervisors and employees.
Skill Development
To help leaders identify the skill gaps and devise methods to develop and hone such skills to achieve goals.