Principles of Leadership from the Bhagavad Gita

Are leaders born, or can anyone learn to become a leader? Although spoken to a warrior on battlefield in one of the world’s largest wars, the Bhagavad Gita suggests that all of us are leaders in our own right, and the way we choose to conduct ourselves influences those around us either negatively, positively or spiritually.

Based on spiritual principles delineated in the Bhagavad Gita, this seminar will discuss leadership theories that Krishna teaches, and is aimed at anyone who wants to improve their ability to lead in either their personal or professional lives. Students will go on to learn about their own leadership styles and behaviour.

This presentation will be made by Raghupati das, a university lecturer and research scholar on Leadership with BA and MA degrees in philosophy. He is a disciple of HH Gopal Krishna Gosvami.


In this seminar we will look at:

  • The purpose of leadership
  • Responsibilities of a leader
  • The challenges in leadership
  • The leadership intellect
  • Qualities of an effective leader
  • Styles and behaviours in leading
  • The leadership focus


Course Dates: Sunday 26th March 2016
Time: 10am – 2pm

Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £15

For more information, please email or telephone/text 07737542958

Class size is limited. Please make sure you book ahead either at reception, or by following the Paypal link below:

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