Radha R. Sharma, Ph.D.

member emotional intelligence consortium

Affiliation: New Delhi Institute of Management, India


Dr. Radha R. Sharma is Professor and Dean, Research & Industry- Academia Linkages at New Delhi Institute of Management, New Delhi, India. Prior to this she was Dean, Research & Centres of Excellence; Chair, Centre of Positive Scholarship for Organisational Sustainability and Raman Munjal (Hero MotoCorp) Chair Professor & Professor of Organizational Behaviour and human resource development at Management Development Institute, Gurgoan, India. She has been ICCR Chair Professor at HHL Graduate School of Management, Germany for 2013-14, and Visiting /Guest Professor to ESCP-Europe (Italy), International University Schloss Reichartshausen, European Business School, Germany; Leipzig University; Wittenberg Centre for Global Ethics; Czech University of Life Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Nepal; Humanistic Management Network and University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, among others. She has qualified GCPCL from Harvard Business School, USA; Advanced Professional Certification in MBTI from Association of Personality Type¸ USA; Certification in Emotional Intelligence Testing from FEIL & EI Learning Systems, USA; and internship in sensitivity   training (T lab) from Indian Society for Applied Behavioral Sciences. A recipient of four gold medals for academic excellence and merit scholarships including Goldman Sachs scholarship at Harvard Business School, Prof. Sharma has Masters and Ph. D in Psychology from Banaras Hindu University and has completed certificate courses in Business and Social Responsibility from British Council and New Academy of Business¸ UK., and The World Bank Institute.


Prof. Sharma has been teaching courses on Emotional Intelligence, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence, Journey to Self, Intercultural Skills, International Management Competencies, Management Skills for International Business, Psychology & Management, Spirituality and Human Behavior, Advances in Organizational Change; and methodology courses on Psychometric Testing and Measurement/ Competency Mapping, Case Writing and Case Study research in national and global MBA, M.Sc., executive MBA and Ph.D. programs. She also conducts in-company and open management development programs on Emotional Intelligence; Leadership and Emotional Intelligence; EQ & SQ for Professional Excellence, Managing Stress/Burnout for managerial effectiveness, Competency development for leaders & managers, Leading Organisational Change, Cutting Edge Leadership, Personal and Interpersonal Effectiveness for Govt., public and private organisations in India and abroad. She has successfully supervised Ph.D. work on emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence, resonant leadership,  triple S competencies, workplace dignity, gender equity, sustainability and related areas.


During 1970s she studied the role of personality and non-intellectual factors in academic achievement and published her research as a book Enhancing Academic Achievement: Role of Personality Factors (Concept Publishing Co, 1985) with publication grant from Govt. of UP, India. Prof. Sharma has conducted cross-cultural validation of the ECI-2 and has used the measure for her research. She has developed and standardized scales. She has been engaged in EI research for decades relating to leadership, 360-degree feedback, personal and organizational stress, executive burnout, spirituality, mental well–being and has published  and presented her research at various international conferences: Academy of Management conferences at USA and Canada during (2005-2018); PRME Asia Forum (2015, 2018), 2017 Global PRME Forum, USA; Ist SDGSummit, (2017) India; University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka  (2017); Business Sustainability and Responsibility Reporting Summit (2016), India;  Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (2014), Germany;  International Conference on Responsible Management Education (2015), India; EURAM-2014, Spain; Business as Usual  in Latin America: Innovative Business Models to Generate Impact (2014), Switzerland; HHL Forum on Market and Morals (2014), Germany; CSR Conference: Universities Build Country (2014) Czech Republic;  IFTDO World conference (2013, 2003), International Conference on Governance and Public Service Transformation in South Asia organized by UNDP, Monash and BRAC University (2012), Bangladesh; AIMS International conferences (2011, 2009 2007), WHO Regional Workshop¸ Indonesia (2009); WHO Regional Committee of Experts¸ Sri Lanka (2009); Global EI Forums (2009¸ 2010); Inaugural Indian Academy of Management (2009); 2nd International Conference on Integrating Spirituality & Organizational Leadership (2009); 12th   APROS International Colloquium (2007); Academy of HRD, USA (2006), among others.

Prof. Sharma has successfully completed research projects supported by World Health Organization (WHO), Academy of Management, UNESCO; UNICEF; IDRC, Canada; McClelland Centre for Research and Innovation, USA; University of Otego, New Zealand; Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland. Humanistic Management Network, and ICPR, Ministry of HRD, Government of India.
Her paper on emotional intelligence received ‘Outstanding Cutting Edge Research Paper’ 2005 Award by USA’s Academy of Human Resource Development. Other recognitions include Best Symposium Award (2018) at Academy of Management; 2018 Books Awards (Scholarly) Finalist for her book on Executive Burnout by International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA); Best Case Award (2017) at 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Business & Sustainability. She is recipient of ‘Hind Rattan Award’ (2015) for outstanding Services, Achievements and Contributions at 34th International Congress of NRIs; Outstanding Contribution to Indian Society for Training & Development (2013); Award for ‘Enriching Emotional Intelligence and Leadership’ instituted by Forum for Emotional Intelligence & Learning at EQ Leadership Summit with Dr. Daniel Goleman (2010). She is recipient of AIMS International ‘Outstanding Management Researcher Award’ (2008); ‘Best Faculty Award: Excellence in Research’, 2007 and 2006 at MDI and ‘Outstanding Editor Award 2007’ AIMS International Journal of Management (USA). She is recipient of ‘Best Paper Award’, 2013 (co-author) and 2003, Indian Journal of Training & Development during 33rd IFTDO World Conference and First Runners-Up Research Paper 2008, World SME Conference.

Prof. Sharma is Associate Editor, Frontiers in Psychology and has been Editor, Vision: the journal of Business Perspective. She is Chief Editor, Indian Journal of Training & Development. She has been Guest Editor for a special issue on Emotional Intelligence (2008) of Vision, Journal of Business Perspective (Sage); and Guest Co-editor with Professor Richard Boyatzis for Special issue of Vision on Managerial Competencies (2011) Sage Inc. She has been a Reviewer for OB and HR submissions for Academy of Management Conferences for over a decade. She has been Co- Editor, Indian Journal of Training and Development (2012-13, 2002-03); Asstt. Editor, Educational Planning and Administration Bulletin ; and Member, Editorial Board of Survey; Member, Editorial Review Board: AIMS International Journal (2007–to date), Reviewer, Cross Cultural Management: An International JournalInternational Journal of HRM; Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, Emerald Journal of Management Development; Management Decision, Humanistic Management Journal, Asia Pacific Business Review; Vikalp, South Asian Journal of Business & Management, Indian Journal of Applied Manpower Research, Evidence Based HRM, Global Business Review, Manpower Journal, African Journal of Management, Journal of Case Research, among others.
Her publications include 16 books, popular among them being HRM for Organisational Sustainability (Business Expert Press 2019), Managing for Responsibility: A Sourcebook for An Alternative Paradigm (co-ed) (Business Expert Press, 2017), Executive Burnout: Eastern & Western Concepts, Models and Approaches for Mitigation, co-authored with Cary Cooper, Emerald, 2017), Change Management & Organizational Transformation (2013) McGraw-Hill Co; Reinventing Society: Search for a Paradigm (Macmillan, 2013); Organizational Behavior (co-authored with Steven McShane and Mary Ann Von Glinow, McGraw-Hill Co., (2011, 2008 and 2006); Change Management: Concept & Applications (McGraw-Hill Co., 2007); 360 Degree Feedback, Competency Mapping & Assessment Centers (Tata McGraw-Hill (TMH), 2004/03/02); Enhancing Academic Achievement: Role of Personality Factors (Concept Publishing Co., 1985); Organizational Behavior: An Online book, (2003).  Her publications around 150 are in national/international peer reviewed journals/ book chapters and conference proceedings. Her cases/case studies have been published by Ivy International, Asian Society of Managementand Marketing Research and Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies, Rutledge, Cambridge University Press, Springer, Palgrave MacMillan, Edward Elgar, Gower, Information Age Publishing, among others.

Academic Citizenship

She had been in a 5-year leadership track position at Academy of Management’s International Theme Committee and received a plaque in recognition. She is on the Education Committee, and HR Committee of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, India;  and has been on Human Capital Development Committee of Federation of Indian Chapter of Commerce and Industry; elected member, National Council of Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD); Academic Council of Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Development; National Diploma Board of (ISTD); Expert Committee of All India Council for Technical Education and an elected member of the Executive Board of Delhi Management Association. She is one of the Founder Members of Forum for Emotional Intelligence & Learning and had been Head of its Delhi Chapter. She has been Member, All India Management Association (AIMA) -India Case Research Centre (ICRC), Founder Secretary, Indian Society of Hospital Administrators (West Bengal chapter); on Academic Council of Banasthali University, Indian Institute of Health Management & Research  and on Governing Board of Haryana Productivity Council. She has been a member of Jury for various awards- National Award for Innovative Training Practices; HRD Emerging Thinkers’ Award; Best Book Award (ISTD), Award for Excellence in HR Practices; Outstanding Woman Researcher Award, AIMS International Journal; and Best Research Paper Award for national and international journals.

Professor Sharma has undertaken diagnostic study, training and consulting work involving  emotional intelligence mapping and development, personality and potential testing, executive coaching, management of stress and burnout, psychometric testing, competency mapping, organizational change through HR interventions, transformational leadership development, culture building, 360 degree feedback, assessment centers, team building for reputed organizations in central and state Governments, public and private sectors; some of the assignments were sponsored by UNICEF and the World Bank.

Published Articles
Sharma, Radha R. (2019). Evolving a Model of Sustainable Leadership: An Ex-post Facto Research, Vision- the journal of Business Perspective, 23 (2), 152- 169.

Tiwari, A., & Sharma, R. R. (2019). Dignity at the Workplace: Evolution of the Construct and Development of Workplace Dignity Scale. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2581. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02581

Chawla S, and Sharma, RR (2019) Enhancing Women’s Well-Being: The Role of Psychological Capital and Perceived Gender Equity, with Social Support as a Moderator and Commitment as a Mediator. Front. Psychol. 10:1377. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01377

Duysal Aşkun, Radha R. Sharma & Fatih Çetin (2019) Factor structure and measurement invariance of the oneness behaviors scale across India and Turkey, The Journal of General Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/00221309.2019.1690971

Sharma, Radha R. and Sharma, N.P. (2015) Opening the Gender Diversity Black Box: Causality of Perceived Gender Equity and Locus of Control and Mediation of Work Engagement in Employee Well-Being, Frontiers in Psychology. 6:1371. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01371 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01371/abstract.( Impact Factor 2.6)

Sharma, R. R. (2017). A Competency Model for Management Education for Sustainability. Vision, June, 2017pp. X-XV. https://doi.org/10.1177/0972262917700970 (indexed in scopus)

Sonam Chawla , Radha R. Sharma. (2016) How women traverse an upward journey in Indian industry: multiple case studies, Gender in Management: An International Journal, Vol. 31 (3) 181 - 206.

Sharma,  Radha R. & Chawla,  Sonam  (2018)  'Propelling Growth Engine for ICICI Bank, India: Woman Leadership, Gender Equity. or Paradigm Shift?'  in Global HRM Casebook,   Liza Castro Christiansen, Michal Biron, Elaine Farndale, Bård Kuvaas (eds.) Routledge: Taylor & Francis, 265-274.

Sharma, Radha R. (2017), The New Paradigm: A competency model for management education, In Sharma, Merill C.Suri & Kemi Ogunyemi. (eds.) Managing for Responsibility: A Sourcebook for An Alternative Paradigm, Business Expert Press. USA.1-10

Sharma, Radha R. and Pardasani, R. (2015). Management of Religious Diversity by Organizations in India, in Stefan, G & Regine, Religious Diversity at Workplace: Global Perspective (227-29). UK: Gower Publishing.

Sharma, Radha, R. (2014) Emotional Intelligence, Personal Fohrung, Dagmar Hess, 3, 36-39.

Sharma, Radha, R., Pardasani, R. & Sharda N. (2014). The Problem of Rape in India: A Multi-dimensional Analysis, International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Emerald, Vol. 7, 3, pp.362 – 379.

Pardasani, R.; Sharma, Radha R. & Bindlish P. (2014). Facilitating Workplace Spirituality: Lessons from Indian Spiritual Traditions, Journal of Management Development, Emerald 10/2014; 33(8/9):847-859.

Sharma, Radha R. (2014). Developing an Alternative Paradigm in Management at Academy of Management Conference, during August 1-5, at Philadelphia, USA.

Sharma, Radha, R. (2013). Primal Leadership: An Imperative for Effective Public Service Management in Accountable Governance for Development: Setting Agenda Beyond 2015, ANSA, South Asia Region & BRAC University, 349-379.

Mukherji, S. Sharma, Radha, R. (2013). Social entrepreneurship: A Case of Sustainable Human Development of the Differently Able, Indian Journal of Training and Development, 43(2013-14)3.ISSN: 0971-5592.  (Best Paper Award winner)

Madan, A.O. under the guidance of Sharma, Radha R. (2014). Cyber Aggression / Cyber Bullying and the Dark Triad: Effect on Workplace Behavior / Performance, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Journal of Social, Management, Economics and Business Engineering,Vol. 8 No:6. 1631-1636.

Sharma, Radha R. (2012). Measuring Social & Emotional Intelligence Competencies in the Indian Context, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, Vol. 19, 1, April, 30-47.

Sharma, Radha R. (2011). An Empirical Investigation into the Role of EQ/ Emotional Intelligence Competencies in Mental Well-being, Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective, Sage Vol. 15, no.2, 177-192.

Sharma, Radha R. (2011). Intertwining 360 Degree Feedback& Multi-method to Enhance Emotional Intelligence of Managers in India. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, Vol. 7, 2, 1-14.

Sharma, Radha R. (2013). Executive Burnout: Prediction and prevention through HR interventions, In: Pestonjee, D. M.; Pandey, S. eds. Stress and Work, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi: SAGE Publications Response, 76-100.

Sharma, Radha R. & Taneja, Shallini (2011). Research & Practice of Business Ethics, Organisation & Management, No. 1 (13), 37-58.

Sharma, Radha R. (2005) Emotional Intelligence as a Mediator in Executive Burnout. Cutting Edge Monograph, Academy of Human Resource Development, USA, pp.7-13.

Sharma, Radha R. (2010) Preventing Corruption through Spiritual Leadership in Organizations, Organisation & Management, No, 1, 139, 135-152.

Taneja, S.; Sharma, Radha R. Davidson, Kirk, and Taneja, P.  (2011) Promoting Organizational Sustainability for Measuring Performance through Stakeholder Approach, 17th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference proceedings (2011) USA.

Sharma, Radha R. & S. Mukherjee (2009) Green Management: Environmentally Sustainable Economic Growth of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation co-author presented at Academy of Management conference proceedings at Chicago, August 9-11.

Akhouri, N.N. & Sharma, Radha R. (2009) & HR Determinants of Organizational Success amongst Small & Medium Enterprises in Indian Automobile Sector. Global Management Review, 10:2, 173-186. Sage: Los Angeles/London.

Sharma, R.R. (2008). Emotional Intelligence from 17th Century to 21st Century: Perspectives and Directions for Future Research. 2008.  Vision – The Journal of Business PerspectiveVol. 12 (1), January-March, 59-66.

Goparaj, H. & Sharma, Radha R. (2008) From Social Development to Human Development: A Case of SOS Village. Vision – The Journal of Business Perspective, Vol. 12 (1) January-March, 67-75.
Sharma, R.R. (2007). Indian Model of Executive Burnout. Vikalpa (Journal of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad), 32(2), 23-38.

Sharma, R.R. (2006). Can Emotional Competencies predict Transformational Leadership Styles? In Proceedings of the International Conference on Managing Global Organizations, Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies, 637-650

Sharma, Radha R. (2006) Role of Spiritual Intervention in Executive Burnout, 2006.  Asia Pacific Review, Vol. II, No.2, 25-36.

Sharma, Radha R. (2006) Consequences of Burnout in Various Professions, Indian Journal of Training & Development, Vol. XXXVI, 4, 143-159.

Sharma, Radha R. (2004) Corporate Social Responsibility in Management Education: Who is Responsible? Indian Journal of Training and Development, Vol. XXXIV, No. 3, 129-136.

Sharma, Radha R. (1983) Self Concept and Adjustment as Factors in Academic Achievement. 1983. Indian Educational Review, National Council for Educational Research and Training, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, April, pp 46-59.

Sharma, Radha R. (1981) Self Concept, Level of Aspiration and Mental Health as Factors in Academic Achievement. 1981. Indian Educational Review, Vol. XVI, No. 2, April, 84-88.

Sharma, Radha R. (1977) Role of Self Concept in Academic Achievement, Indian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 54, pp 173-177.

Cases/Case Studies

Sharma, Radha R. & Chawla, Sonam (2018)  Propelling Growth Engine for ICICI Bank, India: Woman Leadership, Gender Equity. or Paradigm Shift? In Global HRM Casebook,   Liza Castro Christiansen, Michal Biron, Elaine Farndale, Bård Kuvaas (eds.) Routledge: Taylor & Francis, 265-274.

Rastogi P., Sharma R. (2018) Ecopreneurship for Sustainable Development. In: Dhiman S., Marques J. (eds) Handbook of Engaged Sustainability. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-53121-2_46-1 https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-53121-2_46-1

Sharma, Radha R.  & Mukherjee, S. (2015). Organizational Transformation for Sustainable Development. In Horst Albach, Heribert Meffert, Andreas Pinkwart, Ralf Reichwald Eds. CASiM HHL anthology on ‘Permanent Change. Management of Permanent Change in Firms and Markets’ 195-216, Germany: Springer.

Rastogi Parag & Sharma, Radha R. (2015). Interim Business Associates: taking on global consulting goliaths, Asian Society of Management & Marketing Research (ASMMR) & Emerald EEMCS Teaching case Competition, Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Vol. 5, No.1, 1-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/EEMCS-03-2014-0055

Mjumdar, T. & Sharma Radha R. (2014). From Heart Case to Human Care, Ivy International Publications, Canada. https://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=63712

Gupta, N.; Sharma, Radha R.; Pardasani, R. (2013).  FragraAroma – Accord in business, concord in family Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection  10.1108/EEMCS-06-2013- 0085 (Permanent URL)

Sharma, Radha R.; Taneja, S. (2013). Indian Ethos as Humanistic Management Principles: A case study of a family business organization, In: S. Khan, & A. Wolfgang eds.World Humanism: Cross-cultural perspectives on ethical practices in organizations, Palgrave Macmillan UK & USA, 178-193. ISBN: 978-0230300552.

Sharma, Radha R. & Abraham, Phillip (2011) Leveraging Human Capital for Business Growth  in The Global Human Resources Casebook, Eds. James Hayton, Michal Biron, Liza Castro Christiansen and Bard Kuvaas,  Academy of Management, Rultlege, USA.

Sharma, Radha R. & Abraham, P. (2011). ICICI Bank: The Emergent Bank of Emerging Economies. In Spitzeck; Pirson, Michael & Dierksmeier, C. Banking with Integrity - The winners of the financial crisis? Palgrave Macmillan USA, 115-128.

Sharma, Radha R. (2010) Technopreneurship in India: Information Technology Entrepreneurs  in Handbook of Research on High Technology Entrepreneurship Eds. A. M. Pines & Mustafa F. Ozbilgin, Edward Edgar, UK. USA.

Sharma, Radha R. & Mukherjee, S. (2010) Can Business and Humanism Go Together? The Case of the Tata Group with a Focus on Nano Plant in Ed.  Heiko Spitzeck ed. Humanistic Management in Practice,Palgrave Macmillan USA, 2010, 247-265.

Sharma, Radha R. (2005) Emotions in Executive Burnout at Peter Frost Commemorative Festival: Emotions at Work, Academy of Management, Hawaii, USA, August 7-9, 2005.

Special Issues of Journals

Special Issue of Frontiers in Psychology on Gender Diversity in the Workplace, Organizational Virtuousness and Well-Being- Research Topic Co- editor 2019: Radha R. Sharma.

Special Issue of Vision on Recent Trends in OB Research (2020) Volume 24 Issue 4, October-December - Guest Editor: Radha R. Sharma.

Special Issue of Vision on Financial Inclusion and Economic Growth: Evidence-Based Research, (2020) Volume 24, Issue 2, April-June - Editor: Radha R. Sharma

Special Issue of Vision on Green Management & Circular Economy for Sustainable Development (2020) Volume 24 Issue 1, Jan.- March - Editor: Radha R. Sharma.

Special Issue of Vision on Sustainability: The Road Ahead (2019) 23 Issue 2, April - June 2019- Editor: Radha R. Sharma.

Special Issue of Vision on Emotional Intelligence (2008) Vol. 12, No. 1, Jan- March- Guest Editor: Radha R. Sharma.

Special Issue of Vision on Managerial Competencies, (2011) Vol. 15, No. 2.  Guest Co-editors: Radha R. Sharma & Prof. Richard Boyatzis.

Special Issues of Indian Journal of Training and Development (2013)  on  Capability Building for Cutting Edge in New Business Order’ Vol. 43, 3., Co-Editor- Radha R. Sharma.

Book Chapters
Sharma, Radha. R.  (2018).  A Value-Centric Approach to Eudaimonia (human flourishing) and Sustainability. In Kerul Kassel, Isabel Rimanoczy, Developing a Sustainability Mindset in Management Education, Routledge, 113-132.

Sharma, Radha R. & Batra, Ronak (2019). Bhagvad Gita Approach to Stress Mitigation and Holistic Well-Being. In Dhiman S. & Amar A. (eds). Managing by the Bhagavad Gītā. Management, Change, Strategy and Positive Leadership. (pp. 137-154). Cham: Springer.

Sharma, Radha. R and Haq, R. (2018). Hinduism, Religious Diversity, and Spirituality at Work in India. In Jawad Syed. et. al. (Eds). Cambridge University Press, 177-197.

Sharma, Radha R. & Chawla, Sonam (2018).  Propelling Growth Engine for ICICI Bank, India: Woman Leadership, Gender Equity. or Paradigm Shift?  in Global HRM Casebook, Liza Castro Christiansen, Michal Biron, Elaine Farndale, Bård Kuvaas (eds.) Routledge: Taylor & Francis, 265-274.

Sharma, Radha R. (2017). The New Paradigm: A Competency Model for Management Education, In Sharma, Merill C.Suri & Kemi Ogunyemi. (eds.) Managing for Responsibility: A Sourcebook for An Alternative Paradigm, Business Expert Press. USA.1-10.

Sharma, Radha R. and Pardasani, R. (2015). Management of Religious Diversity by Organizations in India, in Stefan, G & Regine, Religious Diversity at Workplace: Global Perspective, Gower Publishing. UK.

Succi, C.; Quaglia, R. Sharma, Radha R. (2013). Strategy Execution Emergency: A Focus on Leadership and People Alignment. In Srivastava, B. K.; Mahapatra, M. eds. Capability building for cutting edge organizations in new business order, New Delhi: Excel books, ISBN: 978-93-5062-312-1.

Sharma, Radha, R; Pardasani, R. (2013). Unshackling Management Education through a Trishul Approach; In: Pathak, P.; Sharma, Radha R.; Singh, S. eds. Reinventing the society: The search for a paradigm, Macmillan Publishers India, 83-101.ISBN: 978-93-5062-312-1.

Goparaj, H. & Sharma, Radha R. (2011). Emotional Intelligence: Vedic and Modern Perspectives (2011) in Emotional Intelligence & Leadership, FEIL, Excel Books.

Sharma, Radha, R. (2009). Spiritual Leadership in Organizations: JRD Tata in Organizational Immunity to Corruption: Building Theoretical and Research Foundations. Ed. Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Polish Academy of Sciences, 247-260.

Sharma, Radha, R. (2007). Predicting Transformational Leadership and Locus of Control through Emotional Intelligence Competencies. In S. Subramony & S.Raj. (Eds) Psychological Assessment in Personnel Selection, New Delhi: DIPR.

Sharma, R. R., Elkin, & Graham. (2006). Preserving Humanity in The Confluence of Change. In P. Singh, et.al. (Eds.), Future of Work: Mastering Change, (pp. 75-94). New Delhi: Excel Books.

Sharma, R. R. (2005). 360-degree feedback: An Approach to Performance Management and Leadership. In A. Safty (Ed.), The Future of Leadership, Istanbul, Turkey: University of Bahcesehir.

Sharma, R. R. (2004). Human Capital Development: A strategy for enhancing performance. In P. Singh, et. al. (Eds.), Creating Value through People, (pp. 308-320). New Delhi: Excel Books.

Sharma, R. R. (2003). Organizational Culture. In M. S. Saiyadain, Organizational Behavior. Tata McGraw Hill.

Sharma, R. R. (1989). Primary Education in Metropolitan Cities: A case study. In P. R. Panchmukhi (Ed.), Studies in Educational Reforms in India (Sponsored by International Development Research Center, Canada), Vol. II, (pp. 89-164), Mumbai, New Delhi: Himalaya Publishing House.

Sharma, R. R. (1983). Educational Administration in Maharashtra and Pilot Project of Charholi School Complex. (2 Chapters). In R. P. Singhal, (Ed.) Revitalizing School Complexes in India, New Delhi: Concept Publishing Co.









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