Neena Verma, Ph.D., PCC

30 Kailash Kunj Apartments
Greater Kailash 1
New Delhi – 110048, India

Phone: +91-9910021187
Email: drneenavermachimes@gmail.com
Linkedin: http://in.linkedin.com/in/drneenaverma

Neena works as a Consultant and Coach for Organization Change & Development, and Leadership Transformation. Her engagement approach is essentially constructivist, honoring the value of relationships, communication, collaborative inquiry, emergent wisdom, and co-created learning journeys. She specializes in deep transformative coaching for individual, leadership and systemic growth. Neena is a scholarly practitioner and educator of Appreciative Inquiry (AI). She is passionate about developing process frameworks that promote application of AI, Positive Psychology and JUNGian Depth Psychology for individual, group and organizational development.

Neena is acknowledged for her service as “Transcendence Coach” and “Grief & Growth Apostle”. Apart from helping bereaved parents, and training and coaching grief-care professionals, Neena also works with survivors of Communal Violence & Victimization.

Neena is passionate about serving the cause of inclusive education for socio-economically underprivileged children. She is founder of a self-funded social endeavor in India that serves the cause, primarily through a library movement, scholarships, and non-formal integrative education. It is her high dream to see a book in every under-served child’s hand. She is committed to support their education.

Her education and credentials include: Alumna of coveted Delhi School of Economics (Ph.D., M.Phil. with Distinction, and M.Com. with University Prize), University of Delhi; PCC credential from the International Coaching Federation; Certified Executive Coach from Coaching Foundation India; NTL Institute Professional Member, and Qualified MBTI Professional. Neena has served on International Advisory Council of World AI Conferences in 2019, 2015 & 2012. She also serves on the Editorial Board of the AI Practitioner (International Journal for Appreciative Inquiry) where apart from contributing articles and book-appreciations, she has also designed and lead-edited the Feb 2013, Nov 2016 and May 2020 issues.