CBERDr Yehia Nawar
Dr Yehia NawarSenior lecturer at London south bank university
Dr Yehia Nawar is senior lecturer at London south bank university and Yehia is Associate Head of Division Management, Marketing and People. Dr Yehia Nawar is active academic research, he is a reviewer at highly ranked four and three-stars academic journals such as strategic management journal, International Human resource journal and Journal of Business research. He writes and publishes on organisational culture, strategic management and leadership with some research having been cited in the news media. I have been experienced in providing consultancy for SMEs operating in the UK and the Middle east. He is editorial board at highly international journals. Yehia is a member of professional bodies in UK such British Academy of Management (BAM) where he is running a workshop to inspire and help early academic researcher on the use of SPSS and structural equation modelling (SEM). He is mastering most of the commonly Big Data analytics tools. He published and presented academic articles in a wide range of international conferences. His academic articles have received more than 200 citations on google scholars. In addition, Yehia continuously inspiring and assisting UG and PG students to convert their dissertation into journal articles. Yehia is a highly skilled academic with more than 12 years of teaching experience in both Egypt and the UK. His teaching experience includes both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Yehia has received the Best Lecturer Prize Award; 2 stars in 2018; 3 Stars award in 2017- and 2-stars award in 2016. He was nominated for “Great Teacher” award from student union at UWL. Besides his extensive academic and research experience, Yehia has gained professional experience from part project management consultant with various companies in UK and France besides his experience within the Middle East North African region.
Dr Yehia Nawar: Towards an Effective Leadership practice within the UK business: An investigation of the Effect of the Glass ceiling on Gender differences post Brexit referendum.
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