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Ghadeer Badr

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Name : Ghadeer Badr
Title: Associate Professor
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Personal Info: Associate Professor of Management at Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration

Education

Certificate Major University Year
PhD Management sciences Cairo University - Faculty of Commerce 2011
Masters Business administration Arab Academy for Science technology and maritime transport 2001
Bachelor Commerce and Business Administration Helwan University 1999

Teaching Experience

Name of Organization Position From Date To Date
Ahram Canadian University Lecturer of Management 01/09/2011 31/08/2012

Researches /Publications

Uncovering the big five model personality traits and organization identification - 01/1

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/10/2019

Personality differences affect employees' tendencies to act, react and identify with the organization. This research study aims at exploring and analyzing the effect of personality traits using the Big five model on organization identification. Review and analysis of extant literature was conducted to identify the research gap and problem. The research hypothesis was developed through qualitative approach (focus groups), and a pilot study. It was assumed that personality traits of the Big five model will have an effect on organization identification. A number of 900 questionnaires were distributed through a specialized organization in data collection among multi-sectorial domains (industrial, services, governmental, educational and healthcare). Sound and reliable published research measures were adopted considering common method bias. Statistical analysis and results revealed an effect between both constructs. Discussion and research recommendations were proposed.

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Deviant Workplace Behavior: An Insight on Gender Differences. An Applied Study on the Egyptian Market. - 01/1

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

Farida Mohamed

01/10/2019

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Uncovering the big five model personality traits and organization identification - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/01/2019

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A Foresight on Perceived Supervisor Support, Job Conditions, - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/08/2018

The purpose of this research is to analyse the effect of perceived supervisor support, job conditions and gender differences on perceived organization support. Previous literature was explored, and accordingly research hypotheses were posed. Employees working in the call centres of the multinational mobile communication organizations were selected as the sample of the study. Interviews with Key personnel along with experts Human Resources professors were held prior to distributing the questionnaires with the objective of exploring the selected domain characteristics. Research questionnaire was developed using previously published, sound and reliable scales to measure the selected constructs. A total number of 700 self-administered questionnaires were distributed in Cairo and Giza governorates. Statistical analysis was conducted and the results showed a positive relationship between perceived supervisor support and perceived organization support, job conditions and perceived organization support and that females possessed higher levels of felt organization support compared to males. The discussion of results, managerial implications, and research limitations were explored based on the research findings.

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Exploring job embeddedness' antecedents - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/04/2018

Employees are the key resources of organizational success. Developing and maintaining job embeddedness is a cornerstone success in the workplace. e purpose of this research study is to analyze selected antecedents of job embeddedness. role ambiguity, training, and demographics (age groups, gender and education) were identified from the extant literature as the selected antecedents for this study. An in-depth statistical analysis of the job embeddedness sub-dimensions was conducted in relation to the selected antecedents. Questionnaires were administered among the employees working in the private banks in Egypt. results revealed a negative relationship between role ambiguity and job embeddedness, a positive relationship between training and job embeddedness, elder employees held higher level of embeddedness compared to young employees, females possessed higher level of embeddedness compared to males, and no significant differences among the various education levels and job embeddedness.

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Reflections on Workplace Compassion and Job Performance - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/09/2017

Workplace compassion is one of the cornerstone remedies to employees’ suffering. Compassionate acts will directly affect the job performance of employees. This research study looks at the analysing relationship between workplace compassion and job performance, namely, task performance and contextual performance. Workplace compassion, task performance and contextual performance were explored from a previous literature perspective and were tested and analysed statistically. Self-administered questionnaires were distributed among teachers and co-teachers employed in international nurseries in Cairo and Giza governorates located in Egypt. Results revealed a positive relationship between workplace compassion and job performance (task and contextual constructs). Discussion of the results along with managerial implications and recommendations were addressed based on the research findings.

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Employer branding: What constitutes " An Employer of choice? - 01/1

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/11/2016

This study looked at the factors that would attract employees towards an 'Employer of Choice'. The study explored an analysis into the previous addressed literature along with exploratory sets of interviews held with fresh graduates and five focus groups working in various organizations. This resulted into a set of proposed factors which were compiled in the form of a questionnaire and distributed among 2000 individuals across various domains. Statistical results revealed a number of factors with relatively high importance that were grouped based on their relatedness into a proposed framework to define the factors that constitute 'an employer of choice'. Future research should extend to other sectors to enhance the process of the generalization of the results.

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Analyzing the antecedents of customer loyalty - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/06/2015

This research study looked at analyzing the antecedents of customer loyalty namely; corporate image, customer satisfaction, and service quality. Based on the review of the previous literature, the research hypotheses were drawn. Questionnaires were designed and distributed to the tourists' residents of the five stars hotels in Egypt. Findings revealed a positive relationship between corporate image and customer loyalty, customer satisfaction and customer loyalty and service quality and customer loyalty. It's suggested that future research may be extended to other sectors and domains within Egypt.

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Work Alienation, Does demographics matter? A study among training and management consulting organizations in Egypt - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/01/2015

The purpose of this study is to investigate the extent to which the demographic variables would affect employees' feelings of alienation towards work. The research used two industries, namely training and management consulting organizations in Egypt. Questionnaires were administered to 300 employees working in this field to test the role of demographics with regard to the feelings of work alienation. Research results revealed no significant differences between gender and the level of work alienation, a positive relationship between age and the level of work alienation, a significant difference between marital status and the level of work alienation, a significant difference between employees occupying various managerial positions and the level of work alienation, and no significant difference among employees with different educational backgrounds and the level of work alienation. It is proposed that future research should examine more demographic variables such as income level as well as other different industries to enhance generalization of the results. The findings furnish an explanation for the level of work alienation in relation to different demographic variables. This helps create a structural body of work tied to demographics rather than reliance on individual predictors.

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Development of a scale to measure the perceived benefits of e-recruitment from the viewpoint of the recruiter - 01/1

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/10/2014

tudy looked at the development of a scale to measure the perceived benefits of e-recruitment from the viewpoint of the recruiter. Based on the review of the previous literature and studies the research objectives were posed. The perceived benefits of e-recruitment were defined in the literature by several scholars from a qualitative perspective. Nevertheless, up to the knowledge of the researcher a quantitative scale to measure these perceived benefits was not developed. Through the review of literature and the interviews held with key recruitment and human resources managers and executives, a proposed set of constructs were developed in the form of a questionnaire. The initial questionnaire was, tested and administered to several sectors within Cairo, Egypt. Statistical results revealed a number of valid items that could be used for the measurement of these constructs. Future research should extend to other study sectors and other domains

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Analyzing the relationships between Organization Justice Dimensions and Selected Organizational Outcomes - Empirical Research Study - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/08/2014

This study investigated the relationship between organization justice dimensions namely; procedural justice, distributive justice, informational justice, and interpersonal justice and selected organizational outcomes. Based on the review of the previous literature and studies the research objectives and hypotheses were posed. Organization justice in relation to organizational outcomes was not fully understood particularly in the Eastern countries with a specific focus on Egypt. A questionnaire was constructed, tested and administered to teachers in the International schools in Cairo, Egypt. Results indicate the presence of a relationship between organization justice dimensions and the selected organizational outcomes. Future research should extend to other study sectors within the Egyptian environment as well as expanding the research to include several other organizational outcomes.

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The impact of shared values on psychological empowerment - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/01/2013

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The impact of organization Cynicism on organization commitment and job satisfaction - 01/0

Ghadeer Mohamed Badr Eldin Aboul Ela

01/01/2011

The growing need to encourage and develop an environment that fosters positive employees’ attitudes towards the organization is becoming a crucial area of concern. Daft (2001) defines organizations as goal directed social entities, designed as deliberately structured and coordinated activity systems linked to the external environment. Organization Cynicism is being viewed as a job attitude that involves frustration and a set of negative feelings towards the distrust of a person or a group or an object. Organization Cynicism is one of the important job attitudes which affect directly the employees’ behavioural patterns towards goals’ achievement.

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Awards

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The best doctorate thesis in Management Cairo University 2011

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