M. Mohan Shukla is a High Performance Leadership coach, Six-Sigma Quality Black-Belt champion, Project Management Professional and certified in ISO-9000 and ITIL. He earned his Bachelors' degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) and his Masters' degree in Management from Northwestern University, U.S.A.
Mr. Shukla has been helping large corporations improve their productivity by integrating People, Process and Technology concerns for 15 years. His experience as a high-performance leadership coach working with executives at several global companies provides the background for his workshops. With a strong background in Business, Quality and Project Management, he is uniquely qualified to speak about the people issues that often limit the success that companies can achieve.
Mohan led the cultural change program for a $9 billion industrial company, creating a Coaching for Performance program for thousands of managers. He has been helping several U.S. companies integrate outsourced services with their businesses processes, coaching managers on handling change effectively. He is a motivational speaker and leads seminars and workshops on improving team productivity by focusing on personal effectiveness.
As a management coach, Mohan studied the dynamics that influence personal and team behavior along with the cultural, mental and emotional components that make the difference between winners and mediocre teams. Searching beyond the obvious external factors, his exploration led to the internal processes of thinking, consciousness and the physical factors that drive human behavior.
He devised the Psycho Somatic Behavior Reinforcement cycle © to explain the process of human interaction and ways of leveraging it to improve personal and team productivity. In his motivational speeches and workshops, Mohan stresses the value of self-awareness as the means to take control of your own effectiveness as a leader, follower or participant. He lives in Chicago, U.S.A. with his wife and two children, and volunteers his time to teach meditation and self-help principles.