Geet Mala Jalota
A graduate of TISS, Geet’s expertise in human behaviour has been forged on the field – observing people @workplace @classroom @client sites – during interviews, change management initiatives and training. It was her sense of curiosity about what distinguishes average performers from consistent and high performers which brought her to the Emotional Intelligence & Diversity field. The journey took her from teaching to recruitment to performance management to training, assessment centres to her own consultancy to Author.
Her conceptual foundation has been soaked through certifications as Emotional Intelligence and Diversity trainer from e/i/d/i, Los Angeles.
Her career defining assignments have been Owen’s Corning, Emirates NBD Bank, MTNL, Breach Candy Hospital, Gujarat Heavy Chemicals Ltd., indiagames. But her greatest professional achievement is launch of her book in 2017.
HRD Consulting We let your output speak for our input –
Every new day there is a new possibility. Multiplied by the number of employees, are the opportunities generated every day. Conversion of these possibilities into actual performance depends on various factors. Askgeet HRD works on all these factors – systems, the people and their fitment.
Her Training portfolio include
- Emotional Intelligence and Diversity
- Performance Management System including Balanced Scorecard methodology and goal setting
- Business Communication
As Author she has been published in many HRD related Journals, newspapers and content for portals.
Her book , “Have The Woman Left Venus?”
Do you have all the tools and confidence to tackle career challenges successfully?
“Womanly” behavior we pick up by watching family members, subject matter knowledge and values we gain in school and college; but is that enough to succeed at the workplace?
• How do I get out from the “woman” skin and into my professional skin?
• Where am I falling into somebody else’s stereotypical belief and expectations trap and neglecting what my experience and desires tell me?
• Who can mentor me without my career becoming a saga of “adjustments” These and many questions confront a woman every day. Gender discrimination happens because we do not open our mouths. How do we need to “be” to end this self mutilation and operate from the emotional center that is our strength and what has market value.