Raghid Al Hajj

Raghid Al Hajj

Assistant Professor
AlHajj.R@gust.edu.kw
7341
N1-233
Business Administration Dept

Awards & Grants

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Journal Articles

11

Conference Papers

12

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About the Faculty Member

Dr. Raghid Al Hajj is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Academic Hub for Entrepreneurial Advancement and Knowledge (AHEAD) at the Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait. Dr. Al Hajj holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a minor in Research Methodology from Concordia University, Canada. A prolific researcher, Dr. Al Hajj boasts a robust publication record, exploring topics such as leadership, stress, workplace ostracism, the psychosomatic roots of behavior, and business education. His work is featured in esteemed journals, including Journal of Organizational Behavior, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Hormones and Behavior, and Review of Managerial Science. Dr. Al Hajj’s work has been frequently published as part of the best paper proceedings at the AOM and ASAC. In addition to his research acumen, Dr. Al Hajj excels as an educator, teaching diverse courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Organizational Behavior, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Leadership, and Research Methodology. His commitment to teaching excellence earned him the 2019 Tasha Wallace Teaching Award from Concordia University. Recognized with awards for his contributions, Dr. Raghid Al Hajj is a dynamic academic leader, contributing significantly to the realms of research, teaching, and knowledge advancement.

Teaching Interest(s)

Organizational Behavior Industrial and Organizational Psychology Leadership and Motivation Research Methodology Entrepreneurial Management

Expertise Area(s)

Dr. Raghid Al Hajj is a seasoned academic professional with expertise in Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Research Methodology. His research contributions encompass leadership dynamics, stress, workplace ostracism, and the intricate interplay of competition, power, empathy in organizational settings, and the advancement of business education. As an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Academic Hub for Entrepreneurial Advancement and Knowledge (AHEAD) at the Gulf University for Science and Technology, he brings a wealth of knowledge in guiding students through courses such as Introduction to Management, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Research Methods. Dr. Al Hajj's multifaceted proficiency extends to advanced statistical methodologies, including meta-analysis and structural equation modeling, experimental, field, and vignette designs, and bibliometric analysis.