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  • 1. Expectations of Industries from Management Students Building a Bridge between Industry & Management Institutes Rajendra Sabnis Sr. General Manager – Corporate Human Resource Poonawalla Group of Engineering Industries - India
  • 2. Searching for Right People
    • Fishing Talent
    • The pond is where active candidates are & they generally bite quickly on your fishing line where the competition is fierce.
    • The Ocean is where your passive candidates are, & they can be slow to bite on your line but your competition is much less
  • 3. Searching for Right People
    • Fishing Talent
    • The concept of attracting passive candidates is more relevant for companies looking for highly talented people. Because they are the ones who are not searching for a job.
    • As it is rightly said “ If you want average performers, you can place a classified ad. in the newspaper, but the Michael Jordan of the world don’t read ‘Want advertisements”.
  • 4. Areas of concern to Industries
    • Knowledge Traits
    • Full knowledge of the discipline & specializations
    • Analytical Mind
    • Quick decision making capabilities
  • 5. Areas of concern to Industries
    • Interpersonal Traits
    • To able to work in a team / group
    • Highly motivated, Committed and dedicated
    • Super Ordinate Goals
    • High I Q
    • Knowledge of environment
    • Problem solving capabilities
    • High personal mission and objectives
  • 6. Areas of concern to Industries
    • Leadership Qualities
    • Be honest & have ethics and values
    • Success Oriented
    • Be a think Tank
    • Punctual & Disciplining
    • Good at Communication with people at all levels & within teams
    • Patient, Tolerant & Able to work under stress
    • Always remain positive and not panic
  • 7. Areas of concern to Industries
    • Leadership Qualities
    • Able to manage conflict
    • Ability to assess needs
    • Ability to create a vision
    • Ability to focus the resources
    • Ability to track and measure performance
    • Constantly on the move and moving among the whole team
    • Able to Understand the importance of change management
  • 8. INDUSTRY EXPECTATIONS FROM ACADEMIA
    • EXPOSURE TO REAL LIFE WORK PLACE
    • OVERALL CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
    • INDUSTRY—INSTITUTE INTERFACE
    • COURSE CONTENT
    • FLEXIBILITY OF APPROACH
    • PEDAGOGY (DELIVERY)
    • SOLID THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE
  • 9. INDUSTRY EXPECTATIONS FROM ACADEMIA
    • Give us +ve Mindset ;
    • we shall give them the Direction
    • Give us Soldiers ;
    • we shall make them Entrepreneurs
    • Give us Human beings ;
    • we shall nurture them
  • 10. Expectations from You
    • Do things differently (Out of the Box)
    • Experimentation - Risk taking Abilities
    • Positive Attitude
    • Excellent Communication/Presentation Skills
    • Mobility & Flexibility - Change Management
    • Practical Approach
    • Good Interpersonal Skills
    • Contineous Learning Ability
    • Adaptability
  • 11. Expectations from You
    • Shed Ego - Positive Mindset
    • WE Approach
    • Be ready to do Dirty Jobs
    • Have Tolerance to Frustration
    • Go to People
    • Keep sound health
    • Keep Smiling
    • Be a Cash Card
  • 12. Presenting yourself successfully
    • Before Your Job Interview:
    • Learn about the organization
    • Analyze yourself - make a list of skill sets
    • available with you
    • Know your job history – past achievements
    • Anticipate the questions
    • Prepare your own questions
    • Visualize your interview – Punctuality, Dress, Grooming, Body Language, Greetings, Eye contact, Face, Handshake, Seating etc.
  • 13. Presenting yourself successfully
    • Interviewing methods:
    • Aptitude tests – designed to find
    • your personality traits so be honest
    • IQ/Thinking tests – for knowing your
    • analytical & logical thinking patterns
    • General Knowledge tests – includes
    • mathematical, grammar, spelling &
    • general knowledge tests
    • Group Discussions
    • Panel Job interviews
    • One on one job interviews
  • 14. Presenting yourself successfully
    • During Your Job Interview:
    • Arrive 10 to 15 minutes early
    • Treat all people you encounter with
    • professionalism and kindness
    • Maintain a professional image
    • Be aware of non-verbal behaviors
    • Be confident, reassuring and calm
    • Don't make negative comments about
    • previous employers or professors
    • Listen very carefully to each question asked
    • and give thoughtful, to-the-point and honest answers.
    • Always thank the interviewer for his time, offer a firm handshake, make eye contact & depart gracefully
  • 15. Presenting yourself successfully
    • After the Job Interview:
    • Make notes right away so you don't
    • forget critical details
    • Always send a thank you letter to
    • the interviewer immediately
    • Don’t call the employer immediately
  • 16. Tell me & I'll forget, show me &   I may remember, involve me & I`ll understand. Thought of the Day
  • 17. Yesterday is already a dream, tomorrow is only a vision of hope, but a well lived today makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope Thought of the Day
  • 18. When you were born, you were crying and everyone around you was smiling. Live your life so at the end, you are the one who is smiling and everyone around you is crying. Thought of the Day
  • 19. Don't marry a person whom you can live with  Marry a person whom you cannot live without   Thought of the day
  • 20.   God has given you a face but you have to give the expression Thought of the Day
  • 21.
    • As someone rightly said:
    • “ Anyone can be polite to a King, it takes a gentleman/Lady to be polite to a beggar’
  • 22. Thank you