The post-COVID world, with its new paradigms, has necessitated reimagination and reset of industry operations. Management schools too need to rethink the future of management education and curate a new programme which is skills-based and develops graduates employable and who know how to be at peace with themselves and society.
Emotional intelligence is the leadership tool that can ignite creativity, strengthen relationships, and make the workplace inclusive and equal.
Being open and vulnerable can help leaders and their teams remove their masks and reveal their true selves. It also encourages everyone to become more self-aware of their strengths and areas they could adjust, which in turn can lay the groundwork for new learnings by setting goals—but not just any goals.
‘Just-in-case’ learning, around which present-day education systems are mostly built, are ill-suited for the ‘just-in-time’ business world. We should expect a number of experimental approaches as our tech world attempts to ‘crack the formula’ for future education.
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