Samer Mashlah

PhD Research Student

Faculty:Lord Ashcroft International Business School

Department:Economics and International Business Staff

Location: Cambridge

The title of Samer's thesis is 'Fostering values in the mechanism of leading the organisation in Arab countries'.

Background

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The study applies narrative inquiry of CEOs, senior managers, and employees in two organisations in Jordan. It aims to explore the role of people’s personal values in the way they think, feel, and act in the work place. More importantly, the aim is to investigate the impact of people’s personal values in the mechanisms of leadership. Constructing meanings from people’s stories in how they perceive their personal values in the workplace, and how values can be fostered in the way we lead ourselves, teams, and organisations.  Values and leadership studies are linked together to be considered in national and international businesses and organisations. 

Contact details: samer.mashlah@anglia.ac.uk

Selected recent publications

Conference Papers:

British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference September, 2014 at University of ULSTER, Belfast, “Fostering values in the mechanism of leading organisations
IRES 5th International conference on Economics and Social Science (ICESS) in London 30th Aug 2015, "The Role of people’s personal values in the workplace”
British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference September 2015 at University of Portsmouth "The role of people’s values in the mechanism of leadership”
Lancaster Leadership centre; the Personal values and Leadership challenges Symposium, Oct-2015“The role of people’s personal values in them mechanism of leadership” Uploaded in BAM Website.
Policing and Security Conference, November, 2015 “Global Challenges and Local Solution” In Rabdan Academy, ABUDHABI-UAE.

Publication:

Journal (IJMAS), 2015. "The role of people’s personal values in the workplace”.  Paper ID:  IRES-ICESSLON-29085-803, Volume 1, Issue 9.  
IJMR (BAM), 2015  “The role of people’s personal values in them mechanism of leadership” (in progress, and to be reviewed soon)