Date: 25th June 2018
The students of IBA had an interactive session with Mr. Rajnesh Khosla, Head HR – LG Software India who clarified their doubts and vision regarding “Career Planning.”
Mr. Rajnesh started off by bluntly stating it to the students that their first job is not going to be the dream job, because if dreams started getting realized so easily, there won’t be any motivation to strive continuously. He implored upon them to treat every job they get as a stepping stone for the next better opportunity. The session soon went into interactive mode with Mr. Rajnesh encouraging students to ask questions relevant to the topic rather than him simply lecturing. The students responded well to this thought and asked many questions related to specialization selection, optimum qualification mix for certain industry & job roles, hiring trend in upcoming fields like Analytics, etc. and many more.
Towards the end, Mr. Rajnesh warned students of complacency at any time in their professional life, because at every point people are judging and form impression about other people and there is simply no way to escape that.
The session came to an end with vote of thanks by Prof. Prema Ramachandran for Mr. Rajnesh taking time out from his schedule to impart knowledge to IBA students.
Career Lessons in Leadership by Mr. Sunit Rikhi, VP & General Manager (Retd.) – Intel Custom Foundry and Founder – Reach for Infinity, LLC
The students of IBA got the opportunity of interacting with Mr. Sunit Rikhi, VP & General Manager (Retd.) – Intel Custom Foundry and Founder – Reach for Infinity, LLC who came down for delivering a session on “Career Lessons in Leadership”.
Mr. Sunit Rikhi is a renowned expert dealing in:
- Management assessment and development
- Leadership in action
- Organizational culture and in-depth exploration of values in action
- Organizational design & development
- Business strategy & execution
- Semiconductor technology & industry ecosystem
Mr. Sunit Rikhi talked about the various changes through which his professional life went and how it materialized into him reaching to his “Ultimate Goal”. He also enlightened students over the philosophy of how “Leadership is not a goal, it is a reward.”