Developing high emotional quotient is a must

Developing high emotional quotient is a must - Manvendra Singh Panwar
As a young gen HR professional, my expectations w.r.t to the organisation lies more in the realms of learning and development as I am well aware that today is the time of continuous up-gradations and up-skilling.

What inspired you to join HR profession?

MS I must say that my inspiration for this profession has to be my love for interactions with people. People from all aspects of life and experiences. As an HR professional, we are able to connect with those around us in our workplaces (where we spent most part of our daily lives) on a deeper level effectively establishing meaningful lifelong connections and I believe this to be quite an inspiration for me to incline towards HR as a full time career. As we all know that today’s workplaces are all about screens and HR is the only domain adorned with the responsibility to keep the “human” part of HR alive in the workplace. I find that to be quite an enormous responsibility to have and given my love for challenges I chose HR for all the learning; I could get from theconvoluted fast paced management.

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Manvendra Singh Panwar

is a strong consulting professional with an industrial experience of over 5 years ranging from healthcare, finance, IT and now manufacturing sector. He has done Talent Analytics and Human Resource Management at IIM Lucknow.

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Manvendra Singh Panwar

is a strong consulting professional with an industrial experience of over 5 years ranging from healthcare, finance, IT and now manufacturing sector. He has done Talent Analytics and Human Resource Management at IIM Lucknow.

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