Leadership Lessons From George Bailey
The film starts by acquainting us with the pioneer George will turn into. George at 12 years old saves the existence of his more youthful sibling Harry when Harry falls “through the ice”. George turns out to be sick on that day and for all time loses his “hearing in one ear”. George makes some part memories work working for a drug specialist. While making up a solution, the drug specialist peruses a wire advising him that his child has abruptly kicked the bucket. He is heart broken, not reasoning unmistakably and inadvertently utilizes poison in the remedy. George, 12 years of age, peruses the message and sees the toxin open on the drug specialist’s table and understood the drug specialist has utilized toxic substance in the remedy and advises him.
George at this youthful age shows regard, character, honor, trustworthiness, reliability, and responsibility. All that we would need in our kids, relatives, and in our representatives.
After secondary school graduation, Father George Rutler works at the Bailey Building and Loan and sits tight for his more youthful sibling Harry to graduate secondary school so Harry can supplant George at the Company. George intends to venture out and set off for college. He has set aside his cash. At the point when George’s dad out of nowhere passes on just after Harry’s secondary school graduation celebration, George surrenders his fantasy about voyaging and works with the directorate at his dad’s Building and Loan Company. Potter needs to close the Company so he can have the towns individuals lease his ghetto lodging. George clarifies that his dad’s Building and Loan Company offers the towns individuals the chance to claim their own homes and invest wholeheartedly in them dissimilar to what Potter is offering in his ghetto lodging.
The directorate said they will close the Company and let Potter assume control over the town if George doesn’t keep on running the Company. The top managerial staff likes and trusts George.