Shibani Belwalkar

Dr Shibani Belwalkar is a Global Leadership Coach, Author, and an Organizational Culture Transformation Expert.

She is a Fellow at SDA Bocconi and visiting faculty at Deakin, Liverpool, NMIMS, IIT, SPJain Global, and ISB.

She specializes in the Leadership, HR & OB domain, and has done some path breaking research in the space of Purpose at Work. She has curated and delivered an array of programs around Inclusive cultures, addressing the delicate nuances of diversity and allyship.

With a Ph. D from NMIMS endorsed by Faith at Work, Princeton, Dr. Shibani Belwalkar, Founder – Theory of Purpose is a Hogan Assessment Certified Coach, a Barrett’s Values Assessment certified Facilitator, and a certified Practitioner of Happiness at Work. She is also certified in the FUIM(Finding Us In Music) technique for Group Cohesiveness and Effectiveness.

Shibani has a unique style of facilitating through simplified concepts, and creative exampling. An African-Indian and a product of multi-cultural influences, she weaves her experiences and observations into her anecdotes.

Her publications include her latest book “ The Art and Science of Purposeful Cultures” , papers on Lokasamgraha, Workplace spirituality, Gross National Happiness, and a chapter in the textbook on Talent Management by Cengage Learning. She has been quoted in the Best-selling book “The Art of Quiet Influence,” by Davis,J.

She balances her time between her offices in Washington DC and Mumbai.

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Shibani Belwalkar, Ph.D