How C J Jeyachander is Making a Difference in Public Service and Community
C J Jeyachander has been nominated for the NLP in Public Service and Community Award, for his work supporting community projects across India and Karnataka. He has now been selected as a finalist by the independent judging panel.
Since 2007, he has using NLP to achieve his aims and mission – to be of service to humanity and bring about positive change in the community.
C J Jeyachander is described as an exceptional individual with warmth, compassion, resilience and remarkable leadership qualities. After realising his purpose, he set a vision to become the leader required to achieve his mission, using NLP to model excellence in behaviours such as influence, transparency, trust and dedication, to ensure he could lead others to positive action rather than just sharing his knowledge with them. He understood that as an NLP Practitioner, he could rise to this position as a leader only by putting his skills and knowledge of NLP into practice.
He quickly recognised the need and importance of joining forces with others to achieve a greater level of impact. This led him to become zone president of JCI and founder member of ICF Bengaluru Chapter. In particular, he has worked with NGO’s to help them achieve their objectives in raising funds, building teams and increasing their efficiency, to ensure they can effectively achieve their positive contributions to society. In one example, he has supported Global Action on Poverty, who aim to impact the community in providing awareness to rural people, empower women, educate labourers of their rights and work with and counsel senior citizens.
As Zone President of JCI, growth in membership nearing 2000, resulted in more members of the community developing themselves to become engaging active citizens in society along with his governing board team. He has been recognised with Phil Phugsley, Patron JCI International, for his dedicated service in constructing 250+ toilet blocks, by motivating and leading his Chapters, in semi urban and rural areas.
In some cases with his work with NGO’s, he has offered his services and coaching for free, indirectly impacting the whole organisation, their projects and service to the community.
The impact of his work is wide reaching and the success of his activities has resulted in blood donation camps, adoption schools, providing RO filters to schools and colleges, toilet block construction in rural locations, saying no to plastic cover initiatives, empowering students, to name few.
The NLP Awards shortlists have been put together from nominations by an independent judging panel. The NLP Awards will be presented at a Gala Dinner on Saturday 19th May at the NLP International Conference. More details of the categories and finalists can be found here.