Omale Garba

Lecturer

Research interests

My research lies in the intersections of organizational behavior and human resources, including but not limited to ethical leadership, employee engagement, work-family relationships, bottom-line mentality, wellbeing and job crafting. Specifically, I empirically investigate the bedrock of effective leadership and work-family practices in organizations and how leaders can better make strategic decisions that creates a highly performing and ethical workplace.

ORCID

0000-0002-5941-8183

Organisational affiliations

Education/Academic qualification

  • PhD, Organisational Psychology

    Employee Engagement: Developing a Measurement Instrument and Examining Selected Antecedents and Outcomes in the Banking Sector

    - 2 Dec 2014
  • MA, Management, Northumbria University

    Cross-Cultural Conflict: Investigating the Extent to which it affects the Adjustment of Western Expatriates

    - 3 Dec 2008