Dr Jaya Srivastava is currently a faculty member and Head, of Department of Management Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Jais, Amethi. She earned her Ph D in Human Resource Management from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. Prior to joining RGIPT, she was a faculty member in the Faculty of Management Studies, Banasthali Vidyapith. She has also worked in the pharmaceutical industry, before entering academics. Dr Jaya Srivastava has around two decades of experience in teaching, research and industry.
In addition to teaching various courses in Human Resource Management, Negotiation and Conflict Management, Change Management, Team Building and Leadership, Creativity and Innovation and Strategic Management, she also undertakes research and consulting projects. Dr Srivastava’s consulting and research expertise spans areas like: Human resource management, organizational restructuring, HR and strategic alignment, strategic aspects to communication, negotiation and conflict management.
She is a certified GrowMore Coach, with the experience of coaching business executives in different organizations as well as individuals. She also has experience in Emotional Intelligence Coaching and training and has been conducting EI programs for various client organizations. She has been certified by the Academy of Applied Emotional Intelligence as an EI Assessor and coach. She has also undergone the Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence Coaching and Training program.
She has extensive training experience in various sectors like energy, power, textiles, higher education, with a client list that includes companies like IOCL, NTPC, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Education. She effortlessly straddles the world of academics and industry.
Training / Workshop
Deepak Chawla & Jaya Srivastava, “Antecedents of Organizational Identification of Post Graduate Students and its Impact on Institutions”, Global Business Review Vol. 17 No. 1. Jan. 2016
Sharma Atul & Jaya Srivastava, “Biomass Energy: A Sustainable Option for Power Generation in Rural India” published in Journal of Alternate Energy Source & Technologies. Vol.3 No. 1, April 2012. P 1-19.
Atul Sharma, Jaya Srivastava, Sanjay Kumar Kar & Anil Kumar: Wind Energy Status in India: A Short Review. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. 16 (2012). P: 1157– 1164
Srivastava Jaya & Atul Sharma, “Effective Energy Management: A Step towards a Greener Earth” published in UPES Management Review. Vol.1 No.1, Jan-June 2012.
Srivastava Jaya, “Social Movements, CSR and Industrial Growth: An Indian Experience” published in IUP Journal of Corporate Governance, April 2012
Bansal Ipshita and Srivastava Jaya: Creating Socially Responsible Systems for Holistic Development, published in Social Responsibility Journal.
Bansal Ipshita and Srivastava Jaya: The Four Pillars of Gandhi’s Political Edifice, Relevance for Contemporary Politics, published in the Indian Journal of Public Administration, Jan.-Apr.2007.
Books / Book Chapters
Atul Sharma, Jaya Srivastava & Anil Kumar: “Comprehensive Review of Renewable Energy Status in India”, Environmental Sustainability, Eds. P. Thangavel and G. Sridevi. Springer India. 2015.
Bansal Ipshita and Jaya Srivastava: Safeguarding Traditional Indian Knowledge Systems: Rationale & Response, published in the book titled “Intellectual Property Rights: Implications for Industry
Srivastava Jaya: Spiritual Leadership & Optimal Performance: A Gandhian Paradigm, published in the book titled “Spirituality & Leadership,” Macmilan Advance Research Series. 2007 (FMS Delhi)
Srivastava Jaya: Career Breaks & Reentering the Workforce, published in the book titled “Women in Management & Development.” 2006
Srivastava Jaya: The Essence of Leadership, Lessons from Indian & Chinese Philosophy, Effective Executive, April 2005, pp 64-66
Srivastava Jaya: Relevance of Gandhian thought for Contemporary Management Systems.
Srivastava Jaya & Sara Khan: Spearheading Energy Education. Petrofed
Srivastava Jaya: Renewed Energy: People Issues in Oil & Gas Sector. Education Times. Times of India. March 20, 2014.
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