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Rahul Bhatia

Vijay Mallya

C OMPARISON OF L EADERSHIP S TYLES


An IGB Presentation

M EET M R . R AHUL B HATIA


Born: December 18, 1955 (1955-12-18) (age 53) Bantwal, Karnataka, IN Occupation: Chairman IndiGo , Group MD of Interglobe Enterprises, Gurgaon Fortune: Growing Net Worth: INR 40 billion Country Of Citizenship: India Residence: Delhi , India, Industry: Airlines Marital Status: married, Education: BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada . Experience: 2 yrs with IBM ,Pilot project to established a screen manufacturing plant

M EET D R . V IJAY M ALLYA


18 December 1955 (1955-12-18) (age 56) Kolkata, West Bengal, India Occupation: Rajya Sabha MP, Chairman- United Breweries Group, Kingfisher Airlines, Force India, Royal Challengers Bangalore ,United Racing and Bloodstock Breeders Net worth: US$1.2 billion Fortune: Inherited and growing Source: Liquor Country Of Citizenship: India Residence: Bangalore , India, Asia & Australia Industry: Beverages Marital Status: Married, 3 children Education: Bachelor of Arts / Science, Calcutta University

A LOOK AT THEIR CORPORATE


VALUES

Ingenuity

Safety Service Happiness Teamwork Accountability

Transparency

Future-mindedness

Diligence

Insight Generosity

LOOK AT THEIR

F OCUS

Rahul Bhatia

Vijay Mallya

Brand Ambassador: IndiGo team Prefers good talent and acumen Focus on Team Performance

Brand Ambassador: Himself Prefers confidence, self belief to knowledge and talent (Garg 2010)

Focus on Presentation and Experience

K INGFISHER A IRLINES - T HE F IVE S TAR A IRLINE

G O I NDI G O

T RAIT T HEORIES OF L EADERSHIP


Rahul Bhatia
Low on Extraversion Low profile, reticent Taciturn Penchant for

Vijay Mallya
High on Extraversion High profile and

sociable flashy

Flamboyant and High ambition Dominant nature

Reclusiveness

T RAIT T HEORIES OF L EADERSHIP


Rahul Bhatia
High on

Vijay Mallya
Comparatively low on

Conscientiousness Attention to detail Punctual Sets High Standards Integration of

Conscientiousness Attention to detail Irregular and late Spendthrift- Rolls

Corporate ValuesTravels in Indica

Royce as a garbage van (Leahy 2007)

T RAIT T HEORIES OF L EADERSHIP


Rahul Bhatia
High on openness to

Vijay Mallya
Low on openness to

experience
Adaptable to

experience
Lobbying against

change

fuel price hike

T RAIT T HEORIES OF L EADERSHIP


Rahul Bhatia

Vijay Mallya

Agreeableness High in emotional intelligence Annual bonuses paid even during difficult years (Paul 2009) High recognition to subordinates and coworkers Attrition rate dropped to 0, 1000 more jobs announced in the next one year (PTI 2011) Continuous learning, career planning and leadership development programs (IndiGo n.d.)

Agreeableness No bonuses paid to employees (Glassdoor.com 2010-2011) High Attrition Rate (Agencies 2011) Low salaries, low perks, no recognition No promotion policies (Glassdoor.com 2010-2011)

T RAIT T HEORIES OF L EADERSHIP


Rahul Bhatia
High on Emotional

Vijay Mallya
No information on

Stability High emotional

Emotional Stability

intelligence

B EHAVIOURAL T HEORIES R AHUL B HATIA

Initiating Structure

Assuring skill- job fit (E.g. CEO Bruce Ashby, partner Rakesh Gangwal) Personally involved in recruitment interviews Set target of acquiring 150 aircrafts by 2025

Consideration

Highly respectful of colleagues talents and acumen Considerate where it matters- Never let go of a single employee, reassuring during financially critical times

B EHAVIOURAL T HEORIES V IJAY M ALLYA

Low on Consideration

Grounded 15 aircrafts Low morale High attrition

F IEDLER M ODEL - L EAST P REFERRED C OWORKER


Rahul Bhatia- High Task Oriented

Good Leader- member relations


High on trust and security Commands respect of employees

High Task Structure


Weak Position power

Ensures job security Transparent incentive structure and promotion policy

F IEDLER M ODEL - L EAST P REFERRED C OWORKER


Vijay Mallya- High Task Oriented

Poor Leader- member relations

Low trust and morale

High Task Structure

Strong Position power

Frequent hiring and firing Low salary incentives and no promotion policy

C ONCLUSION
Rahul Bhatia

Vijay Mallya

Big Five Trait Theory- Possesses most traits for an effective leader except for extraversion which is deemed most important According to Behavioural Theory- more effective leader According to Fiedlers Contingency Theory- Task Oriented in a favourable situation resulting in high group performance

Big Five Trait Theory- Does not possess all required traits for an effective leader According to Behavioural Theory- less effective leader According to Fiedlers Contingency Theory- Task Oriented in an unfavourable situation resulting in low group performance

T HANK Y OU !

R EFERENCES

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R EFERENCES

Bhatia, Rahul, and Cuckoo Paul. "Rahul Bhatia: We Stuck To The Fundamentals." Forbes India. October 25, 2011. http://forbesindia.com/article/leaderhip-awards/rahul-bhatia-we-stuckto-the-fundamentals/29582/1?id=29582&pg=1 (accessed January 01, 2012). Business Leaders Profiles. "Vijay Mallya: The king of goos times." Domainb.com. http://www.domainb.com/businessleaders/leaders_profile/vijay_mallya.htm (accessed December 31, 2011). Kapoor, Coomi. "Still flying high." Indian Express.com. Decemebr 04, 2011. http://www.indianexpress.com/news/still-flying-high/883701/ (accessed December 31, 2011).

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R EFERENCES

Shrivastava, Tushar. "Up, up and away." Hindustan Times.com. January 15, 2011. http://www.hindustantimes.com/StoryPage/Print/650886.aspx (accessed January 01, 2012). Sinha, Saurabh. "KF slips to No. 5 in market share." Times Of India. December 22, 2011. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/indiabusiness/KF-slips-to-No-5-in-market-share/articleshow/11198713.cms (accessed December 31, 2011). Sobie, Brendan. "Rahul Bhatia: charting Indigo's rapid ascent ." Flight Global. June 27, 2007. http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/rahulbhatia-charting-indigos-rapid-ascent-215231/ (accessed December 31, 2011).

IndiGO On tIme. Performed by IndiGo Airlines. 2010.


Kingfisher Airlines- Fly The Good Times. Performed by Kingfisher Airlines. 2007.

R EFERENCES

Layak, Suman, and Geetanjali Shukla. "'Two airlines are doing everything to ensure Kingfisher." Business Today. Decemebr 11, 2011. http://search.proquest.com/docview/906312778?accou ntid=37953 (accessed January 01, 2012).

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