FIIB Official

Author's details

Name: Admin
Date registered: December 4, 2018
URL: http://blog.fiib.edu.in

Latest posts

  1. How HR Managers Are Getting The Best Out Of The Millennials In The #NewNormal! — November 27, 2020
  2. 3 Tried & Tested Microsteps That Helped FIIBians Recharge Their Batteries During The UnplugWeek@FIIB — November 19, 2020
  3. “Be good, righteous and honest and then nothing is impossible!“ believes Ruchita. — November 6, 2020
  4. Arghya believes that “Passion and profession should be the two sides of the same coin for greater success.” — November 6, 2020
  5. Learning beyond the classroom is important to develop leadership skills. Discover why? — November 4, 2020

Author's posts listings

Oct
17

Making The Most of Any Opportunity and How!

Life is fair and one needs to remain alert for opportunities and hungry for growth to identify the same. Making the most of what he learnt in FIIB,  Mr. Ravi has scaled new heights of success by holding the lessons he learnt at FIIB, close to his heart. Let us read more.  When asked about …

Continue reading »

Oct
17

A Man Who Believes In Showing Up Despite Any Odd !

No matter what happens in life, one must get up and show up. This definitely requires a lot of courage and Mr. Aravind is great at projecting it. There is a lot to learn from him to grow into the better versions of the self. Let us read. His journey with FIIB “I remember that …

Continue reading »

Oct
17

The New Age Leadership – 5 Must-Have Traits To Be A Effective Business Leader Today

Gone are the days when business leadership was merely related to managing a team and shaping every team member in a way that it helped the team spike up productivity that adds up to the overall business growth. According to the bestselling author and business strategist Dr. Vince Molinaro, the rules of the game of …

Continue reading »

Oct
17

5 Effective Ways to Overcome the Fear of Speaking in Public

Try, Try and Try Again! Yes, you read it right. In order to excel in something in which you are weak, you have to firstly learn to face the music. This means that you should be the first one to sign up for events that allow you to express yourself. These baby steps will infuse …

Continue reading »

Oct
07

Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, You Just Need To Take The Leap of Faith!

Currently the world is going through one of the worst phases in human history due the COVID-19 pandemic. Most businesses are challenged for survival and almost everyone is at their wit’s end to figure out how to sail through the current hardships. While different organizations and individuals are trying to figure out their own unique …

Continue reading »

Oct
06

Have Faith in Yourself To Move From Being Hopeless To Hopeful – Advice from a Recent 2020 Graduate on how to Stay Persistent in your Job Hunt during the Times of Recession

“Nothing is impossible and if you know your destination and have faith in your calling, then you can truly find hope in hopelessness.” – Pritanshi Aanand, HR Executive – Extramarks Pvt. Ltd.  What does it take to stay hopeful in the times when there is hopelessness all around? To some, it sounds crazy and unattainable. …

Continue reading »

Oct
03

There’s Hope, Always FIIB Freshman MBA Students Sharing Their Stories of Personal Growth and Courage amid Covid-19

It’s almost half a year but Covid-19 pandemic seems to be in no hurry to bid goodbye to us. Realising that the start of their MBA journey is not going to be on the expected lines, and despite the disappointments, the freshman batch students at FIIB have buckled up in-time and have adapted well to …

Continue reading »

Oct
03

The 5P Rule for Doctoral Scholars

Guest Post by Dr Anandan Pillai The long doctoral research journey for a scholar is usually a blend of excitement, inquisitiveness, and challenges. However, one who emerges through this would eventually become a successful researcher and be ready to tackle any future research problems in an industry profile or as an academician. Basis my own …

Continue reading »

Sep
30

Same Profession, Different Approaches – How Educators Are Going Beyond The Call Of Duty to Shape Young Leader-Managers’ Lives

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought some major upheavals in the teaching profession, forcing most educators to become good learners to stay good teachers. The adjustment required on their part was to seek a more balanced teaching-learning approach and develop a learner-teacher mindset   However, the sense of responsibility and commitment shown by the educators to make …

Continue reading »

Sep
18

Gulzar Makes The Most Of Now And How!

Let us not miss out on what we have today by simply dreaming of what we can have tomorrow. Having a highly practical approach to life and a strong understanding of the corporate dynamics, Mr. Gulzar talks about his life before, during and after FIIB. Let us hear him out.  Hello Gulzar Sir, please tell …

Continue reading »

Older posts «

» Newer posts