Dr. Manisha Seth

Associate Professor, Area Chair - Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour


Email: manisha.seth@jaipuria.ac.in
Location: Jaipuria Lucknow

Research Areas

High Performance Human Resource Practices
Competency Mapping
Talent Management
Soft Skills

Teaching Areas

Human Resource Management
Organizational Behaviour
Competency Mapping & Assessment Centre
Organisational Change & Development
Performance Management System


Dr. Manisha Seth is a dedicated academician, trainer and researcher with over 20 years of experience in industry and academics. Presently she is associated with Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow as a full time faculty in the Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour. She has been imparting corporate training in the areas of emotional intelligence, leadership, team building, soft skills, ethics & change management in NABARD, Bankers Institute of Rural Development (Bird), Power Grid, Airport Authority of India and Rural Electrification Corporation, SIDBI, PNBIIT, CISF, India Post and Kriti Prakashan etc. She has a vast experience in research and has published and presented many quality research papers in reputed national & international journals and conferences.Her research areas include Talent Management, HR Practices, Ethics and Corporate Governance, Technostress, Competency Mapping and Soft Skills.

Her teaching areas are Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour, Organizational Change and Development, Competency Mapping and Assessment Centres and Performance Management System.


Seth Manisha (2006), “Technostress: A Disease of Information Age" published in the ICFAIAN Journal of Management Research June, 2006

Seth Manisha ( 2007), “Global Interdependence: The Key to Growth and Development”, Management Today, Vol. 6, issue 1, Journal of Sherwood College of Management, Lucknow. (co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2006) "Talent Management" published in a book titled "Dynamic Management in a Global Economy" Edited by K.N.S. Kang, New Century Publications, 2006, New Delhi(Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2009) “Interpersonal Communication-Lifeblood of an Organization” published inThe ICFAI University Journal of Soft Skills, Vol. III Nos. 3 & 4 Sep- Dec 2009, pp 32-40.(Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2010), “Promoting International Trade & Development through Effective Workforce Diversity Management: An Empirical study on Expatriates in Lucknow, UP” published in the proceedings of the International Conference on Globalization and Economic Asymmetries in International Trade and DevelopmentDecember 16-18, 2010; Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (Noida Campus). (Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2011) “Role of Computer Self-Efficacy in the Prediction of Technostress of Student Computer Users” published in the book titled Computing, Business Applications and Legal Issues, Editors: Rashmi Aggarwal Khurana, Narayan C Debnath, Excel Books, First Edition, 2011, ISBN: 978-81-7446-936-6.

Seth Manisha (2011)"High Performance HR Practices: A Cross Sectoral Study of various organizations in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India." published in the proceedings of the "International Conference on Organizational Development" held on April 6-7, 2011 at Institute of Management and Technology IMT, Ghaziabad.

Seth Manisha (2011) "Human Resource Outsourcing: Analysis Based on Literature Review" published in the International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology (IJIMT) in Volume 2, No.2 April 2011.

Seth Manisha (2013) “Do Soft Skills Matter?- Implications for Educators Based on Recruiters’ Perspective” published in “The IUP Journal of Soft Skills, Vol. VII No.1 March 2013, pp 7-20. (Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2013) “Vigilance for Good Governance” published in POWERGRID’s House Journal “Candour” , Issue 2013 (Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2014) “An Exploratory Study of Student Perception of Instructor Traits in Effective Learning” published in HRPUB Journal. Universal Journal of Management 2(1): 1-8, 2014 http://www.hrpub.org DOI: 10.13189/ujm.2014.020101 Horizon Research Publishing, USA (Co-authored)

Seth Manisha (2016) “Can Organizational Grapevine be Beneficial? An Exploratory Study in Indian Context? English for Specific Purposes World, ISSN 1682-3257, www.esp-world.info, Issue 49, v.17, 2016 (Co-authored)



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