Shyamli Rathore

CEO / Founder

Shyamli is a Leadership consultant and coach who works with CEOs and senior leadership teams across the Americas, Europe, Middle East, South Asia and South East Asia in areas of personal growth, authentic leadership, resilience and leading under crisis.  She is senior leadership facilitator with Harvard Business School. Shyamli has been a Certified Forum Facilitator (CFF) for YPO since 2016 which is world’s premier organizations for CEOs to connect and grow. She is amongst a very select pool of 3 such facilitators in India and a little over 100 worldwide.  Drawing on deep expertise in management and leadership methods and practices, Shyamli facilitates, teach, and design learning experiences that improve the practice of management in a changing world.

Shyamli is CEO and Founder of Sidman Learning Solutions – a consulting firm based in Gurgaon, India which offers customized leadership development solutions for senior leaders across industries.

Shyamli has facilitated over 1000 workshops for CEOs and senior leaders of several Fortune 500 companies in diverse industries such as Manufacturing, IT Services, Analytics, Energy, Banking and Financial Services.  She has worked with over 5000 senior leaders across the globe over the last nine years.

She is also an expert in virtual learning having facilitated 600+ webinars for Harvard Business Publishing since 2011.

Shyamli has written a number of articles such as: ‘How to be More Persuasive at Work’ (Harvard Business Review: Ascend); ‘Why CEOs Hear It Last’; and ‘Five Strategies To Help CEOs Grow As Leaders’ ( She has also been published in Human Capital and People Matters

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4 Ways to Build Your Learning Agility

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3 Ways for boosting your productivity while working from home

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4 Ways to Manage Your Emotions During Career Transition

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