Dr. Divya Sharma

Associate Professor

Qualifications & Exposure

  • Degree:
  • Experience:
  • Ph.D , Jaypee Business School, Noida, MBA (HR and Marketing), M.D.U University, Rohtak,
  • 10 years of corporate and academic experience


She is currently working with Lloyd Business School as an Associate Professor. She has more than 10 years of industry and academic experience to teach/train a variety of courses including, Organizational behavior, Human resource management, Training and development, Compensation management, Business communication, Performance management. She has also been mentoring and developing students in the area of developing research papers and reports.

She has participated and presented papers in various national and international conferences held in India. Her research interests include Workplace bullying, incivility, abusive supervision and negative behavior. She has also attended more than 20 Faculty Development Programs and workshops related to Research methodologies, data analysis using Statistical tools like Structural equation modelling, R- for beginners.

She has authored case studies and research papers which got published in reputed journals like Inderscience, and The Case Centre (formerly ECCH, European Case Clearing House). She has been awarded with a Best-Case Award from The Case Centre UK for paper titled “Kwality Glass: Store tmospherics”, 2017. She has worked on a Project of Competency Mapping of NSPCL (a joint venture of NTPC and SAIL) employees and has conducted an in-company training programme on “Leadership Development” for NTPC Employees assigned by BIMTECH, Greater Noida.

Editorial Positions and Review

  • Review, Violence and Victim Journal, 2019 onwards (Scopus)
  • Review, Personality and Individual Differences Journal, 2019 Onwards (Scopus)
  • Four Research Papers on Workplace Bullying and Incivility (Part of Doctoral work) under review process in Esteemed Journal (SCOPUS and ABDC).
  • Misra, RK; Sharma, D., (2022) Workplace Bullying in India: Acts, Consequences and Control, Prabandhan: Indian journal of Management, 15(1), 25-29. (SCOPUS)
  • Misra, RK; Sharma, D; “Understanding Workplace Bullying: A Conceptual Review”, International journal of management practices, vol. 15(3), 2022 (SCOPUS)
  • Misra, RK; Sharma, D; “Bullying and Nepotism at Workplace: Coping Strategies”, International Journal of Research in Engineering Application & Management” (UGC approved Journal), Vol- 06, Issue- 04, July 2020.
  • Misra, RK; Sharma, D; (2022) “Bully’s differential characteristics: Indian Public and Private B- School”, Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing (Accepted Article- SCOPUS)
  • Misra, RK; & Sharma, D.; Analysis of Bully’s Characteristics in the Educational Sector [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the National Conference on sustainability in business practices; 2021 September 25th–26th; Noida, India, Excel India Publisher. Abstract No. 2.
  • Misra, RK; & Sharma, D.; Identifying the antecedents and consequences of workplace bullying: A Systematic Review [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 28th Annual convention of National Academy of Psychology “Towards building inclusive societies”; 2018 Dec 18-21; Delhi, India.
  • Sharma V.; Sharma D.; Pandey A; “Kwality Glass: Store Atmospherics, Case Centre, UK, and Reference No.319-0044-1.
  • Sharma, D. (2017), “How web-based social networking enhanced learning platforms and support students learning process”, International Journal of Academic Research and Development, ISSN: 2455-4197 (UGC approved Journal)
  • Sharma, D. (2016, January), “Review of the book Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo! by N. Carlson”, Shodh Gyaan, 3(1), 53-55. ISSN 2395-0617.