The purpose of this case study is to find the fraud and crack the case and resolve the property disputes and family conflicts amicably through soft leadership. It adopts the 11 C’s of Professor M.S. Rao, the father of “soft leadership” — character, charisma, conscience, conviction, courage, communication, compassion, commitment, consistency, consideration and contribution. It provides a blueprint to resolve conflicts and disputes amicably. It emphasizes that family members and stakeholders must act according to the situation, with more emphasis on soft leadership for resolving property disputes to achieve a win-win outcome. It offers practical ideas and innovative tools and techniques to resolve property disputes and conflicts. It enlightens that conflicts cannot be eliminated in families and societies. They can only be minimized if stakeholders and family leaders adopt a proactive attitude. It concludes that parents must settle their property disputes amicably when things are good through open dialogue and discussion to ensure the healthy functioning of the family and set an example for their next generations.
Rao, M. S.
"Explore Soft Leadership to Find the Fraud and Crack the Case,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 13
, Article 21.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.22543/0733.132.1334
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol13/iss2/21