Area: Organizational Behavior


Educational Qualification: Fellow of NITIE (Doctoral Programme), Mumbai; Masters in Psychology, Dayalbagh University, Agra; Certified Trainer for City and Guilds for Skill development.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Empanelled with Cept University MDP Centre
  • Member of NHRD, SHRM.
  • Visiting Faculty at MICA, BK School of Management, IIPM
  • Empanelled consultant with TUV SUD.

Area of Research: Study on Indian Corporate Sector

Focus Areas:

  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Leadership Development
  • Innovation in Organisations, Learning organizations.
  • Competency Mapping
  • Assessment and Development Centre
  • Test Construction

Dr. Nivedita Srivastava has conducted several training programmes for both Corporates as well as Public Sectors. She trains in Psychometry, behavioral Skills (Emotional Intelligence, Communication skills, Leadership skills, time management skills, team building, etc.)and various development areas.

She has also conducted in-house workshops at organizations like Corrtech International Pvt Ltd., VMS Consultants Ltd., CEPT University, Zydus Cadila, General Motors, Essar, Enercon India Limited, Bharti Airtel Limited, Bajaj Allianz, E.I. Dupont, IFFCO Tokio General Insurance, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Arvind Limited, Anil Limited, Infostretch Solutions Pvt. Limited, etc.

Dr. Srivastava has worked with the following organizations  in the area of Psychometric Testing and Assessment,:

  • Assessment Centres – BMW (Chennai), Garware Ropes.
  • Succession Planning- Gulbrandsen Technologies, Transmetal.
  • Development Plans- Bharti Airtel, Adani Port
  • Recruitment support – AC Nielsen, Transmetal, Enercon, JK Papers
  • Campus Recruitment & Fitment – Indian Oil Corporation.
  • Employee assessment for MBA trainees- Anil Limited


  • Srivastava, N. & Nair, S. K. (2011). Androgyny and Rational Emotive Behaviour as Antecedents of Managerial Effectiveness, Vision, 15 (4), 303-314.
  • Srivastava, N. & Nair, S.K. (2010).The role of moderating effects of Rational Emotive Behaviour on the effect of Emotional Intelligence on Managerial Effectiveness. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 46 (2), 313-327.
  • Yuvaraj, S. & Srivastava, N. (2007). Are Innovative Managers Emotionally Intelligent? Journal of Management Research, 7 (3), 169-178.
  • Srivastava, N., & Pattanayak, B. (2002). Managing Stress through Progressive Relaxation Therapy: An Exploratory Study on Executives with CHD. Journal of Management and Labour Studies (XLRI), pp. 245-254.
  • Nurturing Innovation through Emotional Intelligence. Presented at International Management Review Conference, IIM, Bangalore, Dec 2004.
  • Paper entitled, “Crossfunctionality: The key to value creation” Presented at Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, March 2005.