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Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University

Param Srikantia

Param Srikantia headshotProfessor

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University

Dr. Param Srikantia draws upon 20 years of leadership experience in six global conglomerates coupled with teaching and scholarly research on multiple continents. He has authored over 35 scholarly papers in management published or presented at conferences in the U.S., Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Before joining the faculty at Baldwin Wallace University, Srikantia was a consultant at the World Bank, designing workshops for finance ministers of several countries. He has also facilitated leadership seminars to management teams of transnational organizations drawn from over 75 countries in a global leadership organization sponsored by the federal government. He has worked in human resources and management development roles at the Unilever Group, Arthur Andersen, the American Cyanamid Company and Lederle Laboratories and the Tata Group. He has taught at Case Western Reserve University, George Mason University, University of Iowa, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute in India and FAE Business School in Brazil.  He is a former television host in India who is well acquainted with the art of energizing a live audience.

With a doctorate in organizational behavior and several master’s degrees (psychology, human resources and business administration), Srikantia has recently embarked on public seminars based on non-traditional ways of unleashing human potential that have now grown to a contagious level of popularity reaching nearly 5000 attendees in Cleveland, the District of Columbia and the New York metropolitan areas. They have attracted practicing managers, entrepreneurs, physicians, attorneys, social workers, nurses, psychotherapists, public policy practitioners, labor leaders and teachers. These ten public seminars embody an unusual form of education not currently available in most U.S. universities or corporations as they invoke very diverse methods and perspectives discovered across the world for tapping into the deepest reservoirs of human potential.