Shital Kakkar Mehra is India’s leading business etiquette and international protocol consultant.
She has presented her etiquette seminars to a diverse set of organizations across Asia.
Shital has personally trained several hundred CXO’s of both Indian and large multinational companies, helping them upgrade their soft skills. She has worked with progressive organizations like AZB & Partners, Aditya Birla Group, Accenture, Amarchand Mangaldas, Bajaj Auto, Barclays, BCG, BASF, Bayer, Colgate, Deutsche Bank, Dr. Reddy’s, E Y India, JCB, Johnson & Johnson India, Kotak Bank, KPMG, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Sanofi-Aventis, Standard Chartered Bank, Tata Chemicals, Oracle, PWC, etc.
Shital has contributed over 200 articles to her column titled “Mind Your Manners” in the Corporate Dossier, The Economic Times. She also contributes regularly to Jet Wings, The Construction Journal of India, People & Management, The Economic Times (Hindi), Business Today’s BT More, Career Launcher, MICEtalk and several others. She has been invited as a guest speaker by IIM – Bangalore, Indian School of Business- Hyderabad, IIM- Lucknow, BMA, NHRD, Bombay Chamber of Commerce and FICCI Flo.
Shital is the author of best-seller “Business Etiquette: A Guide for the Indian Professional” published by HarperCollins India. Her book has sold over 25,000 copies and has been ranked as a ‘Top 10 Business Bestseller’. It can be found in the libraries of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Oxford and Cambridge. Her book has been translated into Marathi and Bengali.
Shital serves as a Board Member for Third Sector Partners (TSP), a firm that enhances leadership caliber and proficiency in the socio-developmental sector and at Katalyst, an NGO for underprivileged girls.
Shital Kakkar Mehra is a keynote speaker and CXO Communication Coach who draws on her experience of having trained over 25,000 professionals to enlighten audiences from leading multi-national and Indian companies. Her reputation as a cutting-edge communication and etiquette leader comes from the unique way she fuses personal branding with communicating across cultures.