Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (Established under section 3 of the
UGC Act 1956, by notification No. F.9-12/2001-U3 Government of India)
Re-accredited by NAAC with "A" Grade (3.58/4)Awarded Category - I by UGC
“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.” – Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Monk.
On 04th July 2020, students of Symbiosis School of Banking and Finance were given a golden opportunity to attend the session on Motivational Speech by Mr. Milind Mutalik. Sir is currently working with Accolite Software India Pvt. Ltd. as Chief People Officer.
Sir commenced the session by focusing on how a lot of things can change in the next few months. He said that if we go only by practical scenario without any hope, we will not reach our destination. Our hope should match with our reality. He shed light on the six factors which will help in scanning the business around us, the three things which are undergoing and will change, and seven work trends resetting for HR leaders to rethink as indicated by Gartner.
Sir stressed on the fact that it is important to evaluate the impact each trend will have on one’s organization’s operation and strategic goals. Organizations should identify which areas require immediate action and act accordingly.
He discussed the ways on how HR leaders need to rethink workforce and employee planning, management, performance and experience strategies as the pandemic resets major work trends all over the globe.
Sir then enlightened how the world of work is going to change. The three things that will change are the work place, work content and way to work, and work tools and resources.
Sir highlighted the importance of competency by explaining the 5 R’s: react, realise, resolve, reshape and resilient, and the 5 P’s: proactive, prepared, pulling together, problem solver and persistence.
Taking the discussion forward, Sir emphasised on the impact on the BFSI sector and how the first month of un-lockdown was for demand in 9 various sectors.
The session came to an end with a Q&A session from the students. It was undeniably an informative session which reinforced the sense of hope amongst the students to face this tough situation.