Apoorva Bharadwaj is an Associate Professor in the Business Ethics and Communication group of the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC). A gold medallist in M.A. (English), she is UGC-NET and SET qualified. She has done her doctoral work in American fiction and has authored numerous articles, poems, short stories and published in newspapers, national and international journals. Her research publications in national and international journals focus on advertising communications, organizational communications, literature and management, Shakespeare and leadership, and inter-cultural communications. She has presented papers in various international conferences in India and abroad. She has conducted corporate training programmes for several private/public sector organizations. She teaches Managerial Communications, Shakespeare on Leadership and Intercultural Business Communication. She has also authored The Narcissism Conundrum: Mapping the Mindscape of Ernest Hemingway through his Epistolary and Literary Corpus (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013).
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