Will MBA Skills are enough to become an entrepreneur?
Probably most of us think that the skills which we acquire in MBA are enough to become an entrepreneur. But it’s a contradictory question to every person & it will vary from one person to another person depending on their skill sets.
After completion of PG, most of the young graduates want to start their own company; they might be a number of reasons to start but, one of the common reason is they don’t want to work under someone. That’s a great challenge in the market & at the same time even skills play a vital role throughout life. Here are a few important skills of an entrepreneur which need to be acquired while pursuing an MBA.
1. Communication Skills:
The only skill which plays a prominent role in everyone’s life is communication skills. These skills describe your character. As an entrepreneur, one has to interact with others(clients), attend board meetings, ability to face huge audience & give a public talk. One can develop these skills by reading a newspaper or by following news app and at the same time, they need to think in English.
2. Leadership Skills:
In order to develop this quality, one shouldn’t possess any inner fear in them. A leader is a person who plays a vital role among the subordinates to create the rules and to make the decisions. A leader should have effective communication skills to manage the tasks. A good leader will focus on each & every subordinates performance so as to analyze & improve the skill set of others. They even tend to motivate others in each & every aspect. One can develop these skills by giving presentations and giving responsibilities to the team.
3. Team Building Skills:
As an entrepreneur one has to know how a build a creative team. A team represents a group of people who are working for a goal. In a team, each individual has there own set of skills which don’t match with each other. For any individual, it will take some time to move with the team members. In any organization, every team has to collaborate with each other. As an entrepreneur; balancing a team, monitoring & motivating the team members is a very important parameter.
4. Interpersonal skills:
As we grow these skills are developed without knowing for us. Few interpersonal skills, in which an entrepreneur has to develop & share with others: self-confidence, work-ethic, maintain a good relationship with everyone, body language, listening skills, collaboration skills & positive attitude.
So, one has to develop the skills from graduation itself because it will help throughout the career; each & every day will be the learning.
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