BCCI president Sourav Ganguly talked about how as a captain he would by no means anticipate a participant like Yuvraj Singhto act like Rahul Dravid or vice-versa.
Yuvraj Singh with Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid throughout India tour of Pakistan in 2004. (Reuters Photograph)
BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly on Thursday mentioned the very best leaders be taught from their very own errors and by no means let failure cease them from shifting ahead in life.
Ganguly took over the captaincy in troubled instances for Indian cricket, proper after the match-fixing fiasco, however went on to turn into probably the most profitable caprtain from the nation until he remained on the helm.
Ganguly additionally feels that attempting to alter Rahul Dravid into Yuvraj Singh or vice-versa can become a catastrophe.”
Adaptability is likely one of the key management qualities. A frontrunner ought to faucet the pure skills of the staff members. You can’t make Rahul Dravid act like Yuvraj or make Yuvraj be Rahul Dravid,” Sourav Ganguly mentioned on Unacademy whereas speaking about management.
Present BCCI president additionally believes that having the ability to adapt to modifications is among the many key qualities of being a frontrunner.
“The best of the leaders make errors, however so long as the intentions are proper, every little thing else will fall into place. It’s best to be taught from your individual errors and go away them behind to be a greater model of your self. Do not let your losses get you down, that is part of rising up. Studying from failures will lead you to success,” he added.f
After ending his cricket profession in 2012, Ganguly has taken up the executive roles of the Indian cricket. He first served because the President of the Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB) earlier than taking on the current accountability because the BCCI President final October.