What is the CMAT cutoff for PGDM?
Although there are no hardcore rules pertaining to preparation for the GD-PI's, the following guidelines must help.
For Interviews - Be prepared with your answers related to questions on Career goals, Academics/Work Experience, Strengths/weaknesses, Current affairs, Hobbies.
For GD- It depends on the nature of the topic. Build your ideas around social, political, technological, legal, perspectives. Especially, keep abreast with the recent developments around the world.
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What is the Role of Emotional Intelligence in Business Today and in the Future?
It's likely that emotional intelligence is going to continue to become even more important in the business world in the future than it is today. As the baby boomer population approaches retirement age, companies are going to find themselves dealing with labor shortages the likes of which have never been seen before. In an economy characterized by scarce labor, it's going to become increasingly important to hold on to the good employees. At the same time, competition for the best employees is going to become even fiercer, and good workers who feel they aren't treated fairly at work will have an easy time finding employment elsewhere. The best way to hold on to the employees that you want to keep is to incorporate emotional intelligence into your personal and organizational management philosophy. Managers and business owners can't let themselves lose sight of the fact that their employees are people, with real lives and emotions that impact how they think, feel, and act. Managers with emotional intelligence understand that their staff members are people first and workers second. This understanding guides how the best managers treat their employees at all times.