Anubha Maurya Walia

Trainings, Facilitator, Quality, Leadership, TTT, Leaning&develo, PRISM Trainings and Consultancy
New Delhi, India

About Anubha

Bio

Visit about.me/anubhawalia A prolific trainer with 14+ years of rich corporate experience has worked with top of the line, blue chip organizations like ICICI Bank, Moody ICL Certification and now serving generation by her credentials through imparting trainings and providing consultancy. Having 9000+ hours of training experience with Junior, Middle and Senior level leaders, anubha is driven and outgoing trainer cum facilitator.
She stands tall with her rich and magnificent background as an honors graduate from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University and an alumnus of Narsee Monjee from where she mastered her post graduation. Recipient of Emerging HRD thinker award, Certified Train the Trainer, added an additional certification of International Facilitator by DDI and Mind Gym. She has also acquired proficiency on creativity and uses her potential to nurture clan.
Trainer, Consultant and Self-Discipline Strategist who relates profound truths coupled with humorous anecdotes empowering professionals to conquer their apprehension. With her contagious enthusiasm and captivating energy, Anubha motivates audience everywhere to achieve their maximum potential. Her intensive corporate knowledge have encouraged many individuals to achieve professional and personal success. Anubha’s passion to help others excel makes her training program unique special. Her magnetic training message have made impact in many lives leading to achievements.
With numerous accolades

1. ISTD acceptance of Research paper on Leadership and Followership - Value Creation through Human Development published by ISTD - Year of Publication 2012
2. Facilitated Leadership and OB program in association with IMD Switzerland for Top line Senior Level HR professional on Pan India basis.
3. ICON – ISTD acceptance of Research paper on Creativity and Innovation for organization development
4. QAI certification on Six Sigma Champion program leading to service excellence.
5. Winner of EMERGING HRD THINKER AWARD by ISTD (Ministry of HRD) for Learning and Talent development 2010 - 2011, best research paper in Pan India
6. Certified Facilitator for DDI – Development Dimension International
7. Youngest Women Achievers Award by AGLOL Institute of Gurgaon 2011
8. Rank Holder in Indian Society of Training and development (Min of HRD)
9. Certified Train the Trainer (TTT) award for Branch Banking Academy ICICI Bank.
10. Certified Change Agent on Six Sigma, Lean and A3 process by ICICI and ISI.
11. “Professor” Degree conferred by ICICI bank
12. Best Faculty Award for two consecutive Year 2011 and 2012- IIPM New Delhi
13. Certified Assessor on 9GEMs- psychometric tools.
14. Attended prestigious trainings on Innovation by Howard University, Negotiation & Leadership by New York University.
15. Merit holder by Mind Gym for Coaching.

Clients Facilitated, Trained & Consulted

Key Clients Trained and Consulted
ICICI Bank, AIRCEL, INFOSYS, Graziano, JCB, BOSCH, Hella group, Gati, Schneider electric, KSB Pump, Motherson Sumi, Mikuni India, ACC Cement, UTI Mutual fund, IDBI Bank , Pepsi, Ericsson to name a few.

Languages

English, Hindi

Areas of Expertise

Training & Development, Andragogy, Quality tools, Human Process Intervention

An idea worth spreading

Learning without application is worthless, Believes in SHARING

I'm passionate about

Learning & Applying New things, Facilitating, Transforming to new things, reading

Comments & conversations

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Anubha Maurya Walia
Posted over 2 years ago
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action
Amazing thought on Innovation percentation to laggard.... quite liked the golden circle, and realised my own WHY and have starting working on same by show csing my believe rather than WHAT i do Great stuff. excellent connect with Apple, King, Tivo and Brothers
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Anubha Maurya Walia
Posted over 2 years ago
Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!
Moving from Standarisation to Customisation rather than other way round, moving from mechanical way to agricultural way, itself is strong thought needs to be given to each educationist, for nurthuring kid after ientifying their potential and appreciating there effort and work. Truly impressive and thought provoking on crises of Human resource and we as a parent have to invest on our kids more than focussing on standarised system / rules / regulation. and yes “There are two types of people in this world. Those who divide the world into two types, and those who do not.” ...?
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Anubha Maurya Walia
Posted over 2 years ago
Which is more important, to do right or to do good?
My Prefernce is To do right as if we do right good will automatically happen, In this story probabilty can be - The man after receiving his $ might give to begger (Good Happens) - You did your duty of giving the $ to man it belonged to ( You feel good your did right) - The first episode itself is man dropped 20$ bill and not the hungery beggar ( Logically he should get his $) Sometimes because of doing good we forget the importance of RIGHT leads to unhappiness