Himanshu Joshi has worked for over fourteen years in diverse domains straddling manufacturing, marketing innovations, K-12 and executive education India.
He started his career with GlaxoSmithKline where he played roles in manufacturing, new product innovation and marketing. He subsequently worked with XSEED/ iDiscoveri Education and played a significant role in its growth from a startup to one of India’s most respected K-12 education enterprises that currently works with over a million learners. In his last role, he was heading iDiscoveri Leadership which supported organizations in the Indian sub-continent through leadership and team development programs designed to achieve business results. He has worked with clients in FMCG, pharmaceuticals, cements, agri-business, IT/ITES and education sector.
At CCL, Himanshu focuses on design and delivery of custom learning programs tailored to business needs of individual organizations. He has expertise in learning techniques that help leaders rework their mental models and achieve better results in their workplaces. His program designs bring together the power of face-to-face workshops, digital learning and action learning closely tied to desired business and leadership outcomes.
Himanshu earned an Ed.M in Adult Learning and Leadership from Columbia University, Teachers College, an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India and a B.S in Food and Dairy Engineering National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal, India. He is certified to deliver workshops based on Immunity to Change® and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®. He is also a certified executive coach and a Lean Sigma® green belt. He is currently a doctoral candidate at Columbia University, Teachers College and is researching learning methods that help leverage diversity and enhance business results.
Himanshu will be presenting at the International Transformative Learning Conference, 2018, New York, about gaps in present day leader development programs and how embodied learning methods can address competencies critical in 21st Century contexts. He is also a member of Columbia University, Teachers College Talent Development Advisory board, a group that looks at challenges and innovative solutions to address talent development needs in the rapidly changing environments. He has authored a chapter on Conceptualizing Experiential Learning for Computer Mediated Engagement for the book – Computer Mediated Learning for Workforce Development published by IGI Global and available on Amazon.