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Dr. Shazia Faiz

Assistant Professor
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Shazia Faiz, graduated in 2017 from Capital University of Science & Technology Islamabad, Pakistan, with a PhD in human resource management (HRM). From October 2018 until September 2019, she worked as an assistant professor at Fatima Jinnah Women University in Rawalpindi. She is currently working at Capital University of Science & Technology in Islamabad, Pakistan, as an assistant professor. Her areas of interest in research include leadership, perceived organizational politics, spiritual intelligence, and workplace attitudes and behaviors (such as creativity). Several research scholars at the MS and PhD levels have been mentored by her. Additionally, having a helpful attitude and always mentoring students for events, fairs and business initiatives. She has also actively participated in consultations.

QUALIFICATION
PhD HRM Capital University of Science & Technology Islamabad, Pakistan 2017
MS HRM Capital University of Science & Technology Islamabad, Pakistan 2013
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2019
Assistant Professor Fatima Jinnah Women University Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2018 – 2019
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
1. Perceived Organizational Politics
2. Leadership
3. Spiritual Intelligence
4. Workplace Attitudes & Behaviors
RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. MS Impact of Cronyism on Deviant Workplace Behavior and Employee Creativity: Mediating Role of Moral Disengagement and Moderating Role of Power Distance.
2. MS Impact of Proactive Personality on Project Performance: The Mediating Role of Thriving at Work and Moderating Role of Collectivism.
3. MS Impact of Punitive Supervision on Employee Creativity and Task Performance: Mediating role of Social Undermining and Knowledge Hiding. Moderating role of Employee Resilience.
4. MS Impact of Talent Management Practices on Project Success: Mediating role of Proactive Behavior and Moderating role of Ethical Leadership.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
Safdar, S., Faiz, S., & Mubarak, N. (2021). “A Two-Edged Sword”: Paternalistic Leadership and Nurses Performance: A Moderated Mediation Model. Frontiers in psychology, 12.
Faiz, S., Safdar, S., & Mubarak, N. (2021). Impact of thriving at work on eustress and distress: career growth as mediator. European Journal of Training and Development, 46(1/2), 178-193.
Mubarak, N., Safdar, S., Faiz, S., Khan, J., & Jaafar, M. (2021). Impact of public health education on undue fear of COVID‐19 among nurses: The mediating role of psychological capital. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 30(2), 544-552.
Safdar. S., Saghir. H., Faiz, S., Yasmin. S., & Mubarak. N. (2020). Trust in Leaders and Job Satisfaction of Health Care Workers: Linking Organizational Justice to Citizenship Behavior. The Journal of Social Sciences Research, 6(8).737-744.
Faiz. S., R. Um-e., & Kayani. U. N (2020). Impact of work-Family Conflict on Deviant Workplace Behavior through Stress and Burnout. A Sequential Mediation Model. Journal of Business & Tourism, 6(1), 289-302.
Faiz. S. (2020). “A Curate’s Egg” Perceived Organizational Politics: Developing a dual path model for the outcomes: Journal of Business Strategies, 13(2), 109-124.
Faiz. S. (2018). Perception of politics and dual outcomes: The Moderating role of Psychological Hardiness. A study in higher educational institutions of Pakistan. Abasyn Journal of Social Science, 11(1), 117-131.
Faiz. S. (2017). Impact of spiritual intelligence on employee task performance and OCB: Mediating role of self-efficacy and Moderating role of collectivist culture of Pakistan. Jinnah Business Review, 5(1) 34-45.
Faiz. S., Bashir. S., & Rubbab. U. (2018). The Ambivalent Nature of Perceptions of Politics: Why and When Organizational Politics Leads to Good and Bad Outcomes (in process of publication).
Faiz. S. (2018). Understanding the Dual Nature of Perceptions of Politics: How Organizational Politics foster manipulative behavior and success simultaneously (in process of publication).
Rubbab. U., & Faiz. S. Happy Life, More Thrive, Better Strive: A mediated moderated model (in process of publication).

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