This case study is about an incident where I had to work as team leader of a group of six people. It’s about successful leadership in forming a team. It’s discussed that how you can achieve your goal by working effectively and by using your leadership skills in a team. Sometimes you get leadership skills and style by the person who inspires you. In first nature of the incident and context in which it occurred has been discussed. The processed involved has been has been analysed and it is critically analysed further in which feelings and emotions of the people have been discussed. It’s been commented shortly and conclusion has been written at last. The nature of the incident:-
In my college, I was a member of NSS (National Service Scheme). I worked as a volunteer in this organisation for one year. The NSS was formed in 1969 with an aim to “inculcate the social welfare thoughts in the students, and to provide service to the society without any prejudice. Their motto was simple – “Not me, but You”. There are various camps that the NSS conducts and each of them broadly fall into one of these four categories: 1. Cleaning
3. Stage shows or Procession creating awareness on social problems, education, cleanliness etc 4. Inviting doctors for health camps.
Most of these camps are conducted in rural places or sub-urban areas. (http://www.thebetterindia.com/140/national-service-scheme-nss/). Camping forms an integral part of National Service Scheme. It has special appeal to the youth as it provides unique opportunities to the students for group living, collective experience sharing and constant interaction with community (http://nss.nic.in/speccamp.asp). In my college, I was not only a student, but I was very active in taking part of National Service Scheme (NSS) camps. As I was growing up, my older cousin sister was a big influence on me, since she used to be a volunteer of the National Service Scheme. At first, I thought that this could be a quick and convenient way of obtaining my required community service hours. I wanted to get it over with as soon as possible, and leave as soon as possible. However, I grew out of my selfish ways, and I began to see that volunteering has many mutual benefits. Now I am reluctant to leave every time I volunteer anywhere. Volunteering at NSS slowly changed my view of life. The most significant leadership experience I've got while working as a Team leader in a campaign of NSS in my college. I always remember that 10-day special NSS (National Service scheme) campaign which took place in my college during summer holidays. The theme of the camp — which was inaugurated by the Principal, Dr Rajbeer Singh — was “Computer Education”. In this campaign I mainly have to give computer education to the patients of a government hospital. My...