GLBIMR-ians Learn Through an Insightful Series of “Special Sessions on Communication Skills” by Renowned Corporate Trainer Ms. Pammi Talwar from February 20-March 27, 2018
Dedicated towards the holistic development of the budding managers, G L Bajaj Institute of Management & Research organized “Special Sessions on Communication Skills” for PGDM Batch 2017-19, by renowned Corporate Trainer, Ms. Pammi Talwar, under the guidance of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director General, GLBIMR.
The sessions commenced from Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and were highly interactive in nature. Ms.Pammi Talwar, who carries with her, more than 35 years of rich experience in Training & Consultancy with leading Corporate Houses, provided a platform of experiential learning for the students. During the sessions, concepts like Confidence Building, Triggering a Positive Attitudinal Shift, Maintaining the Right Posture and Composure for effective Non-Verbal Communication and Role Plays to Successfully Crack Interviews were put into practice by the students.
The 6-Day session concluded on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 with an enlightening interaction with 13 year old Guest Speaker Master Aarav Bindra, who shared his soulful journey of life being a specially-abled gifted prodigy. Aarav, though born visually impaired, presented the students with his insights and a reflection of his invigorating spirit; the enthusiastic batch of GLBIMR was motivated and moved with his simplicity, dedication, discipline, talent and clarity of thought spanning beyond his age. Aarav was accompanied by his mother MS. Amarpreet Kaur; during a heart-warming dialogue with the students, she expressed that she feels special being the mother of a very special and gifted child like Aarav.
Portraying her pride and confidence in Aarav, Ms. Pammi Talwar recited her composition dedicated to him:
Dr. Urvashi Makkar shared that the experience of interacting with Aarav and the insights & knowledge that had culminated during these Special Sessions were an enabler for the entire GLBIMR Fraternity to take-up challenges in life and tread on the path perceived difficult, even impossible.