One of the best leadership qualities is usually found in a true sportsman, which is valid to quite an extent. It is quite observable how different and charismatic the sports personalities are, and one might even call it a stereotype, but then, are there any stereotypes without a little trace of truth to them?
Looking at the athletes like Sachin Tendulkar, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Virat Kolhi, Magnus Carlsen, and Lewis Hamilton, the things commonly found in them, apart from their love for sports, are their dedication, determination, and spirit of leading. These are the qualities of true leaders, which very naturally are rubbed onto the hands they hold. One such hand-held by the 1983 World Cup Team Hero, Balwinder Singh Sandhu, is Dr Dinesh Sabnis, who was earlier trained and groomed by a lost gem of Indian cricket, Eknath Solkar.
Trained under some of the most amazing sportsmen and cricketers of all time, Dr Dinesh Sabnis is a sportsman at heart and educator by profession. His love for education has brought him to the field, and like a true sportsman, he has achieved his set goals and looks further to giving more sixes to his field!
Let’s have an insightful look at this amazing personality and learn more about him.
Beginning of Sparks
Believing that education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world, Dr Dinesh Sabnis has always been dedicated to his field of work.
From childhood, Dr Sabnis was passionate about teaching and learning concepts and contributing to society in some way or the other. His mother being in the education field, was his first inspiration, making him choose education as a career later. With the firm belief that education has been a vital tool in building a well-developed society, he ventured into educational societies with grace.