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A mob of disgruntled labourers set ablaze a 55-year-old steel factory deputy general manager at Titilagarh in Orissa's Balangir - Yes this happens with when the Managers fail to understand the workers psychology and lack of deft in handling them - What do you feel ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 04 Mar '11 08:45 am
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This happens because the thinking today is that any crime done by a mob is fine. Its sickening how a heartless crime is being justified, and the blame is put on the victim. This is one of the reasons our country is not progressing at the rate it should.
Answered by RAJAN MHAMAI, 06 Mar '11 03:14 pm

 
  
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Mob fury has no logic. As individuals good law abiding persons in the company of an agitated mob will behave differently and rudely forgetting all norms. A diplomatic administrator should avoid direct intervention during that time and try to convince them individually or in small groups. What happens often is the enthusiasm to earn good name and appreciation for fearlessness lead them to act with the logical or legal support behind. "No need of telling morals to an invading wild beast , fight or flight is the choice" is the old saying. My sympathies are for the perished person as he had to give his life to the fury of the crowd of workers, ignoring the power of non-violence taught and practiced by our father of the nation. The workers need proper counseling to overcome such barbarous traits and consider the administers as humans, not to be thought as cruel creatures. "Live and let live" message needs to be strongly drilled into every worker for peace for them and others. Jai Hind.
Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 04 Mar '11 09:18 am

 
  
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Whatever , but no support for such brutal killing , and no sympathy for the persons & their causes who do such things ..
Answered by DURGASANKAR BANDYOPADHYAY, 04 Mar '11 09:08 am

 
  
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It is sad thing, I feel first manager or supervisor must feel the pulse of the co work men, understand them, lead them and make them part of the team
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 04 Mar '11 04:54 pm

 
  
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The mob need not take law in their hands
Answered by anil garg, 04 Mar '11 12:23 pm

 
  
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Same thing happened in Coimbatore also in the last few months before( PRICOL Coimbatore)
Labours mentality is unpredictable
when they have small friction, they will go to any extent.
Some leaders are also may be adding fuel.
Answered by hitler, 04 Mar '11 08:48 am

 
  
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Very bad thing killing someone is very bad thing
Answered by Satya Pandey, 04 Mar '11 08:46 am

 
  
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Its wrong to still kill someone, let the law take its course, mob fury is bad but then anyone will kill anyone like this.
Answered by kamini joshi, 07 Mar '11 09:57 am

 
  
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I can already tell this poor Manager had an equally poor EQ (emotional intelligence quotient). It's astoundingly disturbing to see the number of company's that hire Managers even w/o looking at the aspect of EQ.

If a Manager has good EQ, even if salaries haven't been paid for months 2gether, workers will still automatically salute and respect him.
Answered by A Moin, 05 Mar '11 08:14 pm

 
  
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