Strive For Self-Improvement To Become A Successful Manager

Not all people who graduate from a top MBA college manage to become equally successful. Thousands of students graduate from a B school every year, but how many do you think go on to become CEOs or top managers? Only a handful, you would say! What then is the difference between the successful and the not-so-successful that defines their status in the corporate world?

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When I was pursuing one of the most sought-after MBA courses from one of the best colleges, we had a session with a top-level manager of a top company. He gave an extremely inspiring talk which included all the points one needs to keep in mind to become a successful manager. He told us how he quickly climbed up the corporate ladder, while those who had graduated with him from the same college were still struggling to get noticed.

We were already aware of some of the things he told us. For instance, we knew that a manager has to have great communication skills. Leading by example, building the team, helping people hone their skills by giving them the right opportunities, and boosting the morale of his team, were aspects most of us were aware of.

But when he said that a manager constantly strives for self-improvement himself is something that really stayed with me. He had pursued his education from an esteemed business school in Delhi and then joined a top company upon graduation. He observed that the other managers around him were arrogant and who took advantage of their high stature. Also most managers had grown complacent and didn’t work on themselves. He, on the other handed, handled his team with compassion and yet was firm enough to get work done. He too pointed out errors, but he did so with a good intention. And most importantly, he constantly strove for his own self-improvement and genuinely made an effort to correct his flaws pointed out in his feedback sessions. That’s how he got to the top and that’s how we all can!

Factors of Selection of MBA Colleges

MBA is the most common postgraduate course in India. The country’s demands are no less but you have to admit that the number of MBA colleges largely outnumbers the number of actual requirement of masters! With the popularity of MBA among the graduate students, business schools and management colleges have been built in almost every corner of this country. Lucky graduates- spoilt of choices! But you don’t want to make a wrong selection when it comes to choosing an MBA college, also because the degree is pretty expensive. Here’s a list of some of the important factors you should consider while comparing a plethora of colleges. Because if you’re one of those high percentile achievers in MBA entrances, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than top 10 business schools in india.

best-mba-college-gurgaon• Credibility: Make sure that the college is AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) or UGC (University Grants Commission) approved. You won’t want to fall into prey of those private institutions which have no proper schedule for exams and projects.

• Faculty: Try and gather information about the faculty of an institute and their qualifications. Such information can be gathered from their parent website.

• Placement: A decent job is the ultimate goal of studying in a business school and studying management courses. You should have a profound knowledge of the placement process of the colleges and the companies participating in it. You can go through audited placement reports provided online.

• Location: Some of the mba colleges in Noida boast of their attractive locations near metro stations. Settle for a college that suits your location because you won’t want to waste a lot of time in travelling to college.

• Feedback: Nothing makes you knowledgeable about a college more than the students who have “been there done that”. Get in touch with the pass outs and students who are still there to understand the real experience of being in that college. They’d give you the exact picture of faculty, placements and overall condition of the college.