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  • Full Name : Dr Shehla Malik

  • Highest Education Degree : Ph.D. (Jamia Millia Islamia)

  • Department : Management

  • Designation : Assistant Professor

  • Additional Designation :

  • Institutional Email Address : shehla@sjim.edu.in

  • Room Number: 109

  • Office Phone Number with extension :

  • LinkedIn Profile Link : https://www.linkedin.com/in/shehla-malik-phd

  • Courses Taught in SJIM : List Names of Courses Taught in SJIM (please use as much space as required): Business Communication, HR Courses

  • Research Interests : Emotional intelligence, Knowledge sharing behaviour, Leadership, Innovative work behaviour

Education
Level (PhD, Master's, Bachelor's) Name of Degree Year of Completion Name of Degree Awarding Institute or University Specialization Details of any award related to the degree
PhD Doctor of Philosophy 2019 Jamia Millia Islamia Management
MBA Master of Business Administration 2011 Jamia Millia Islamia Human Resources Distinction (75%)
BACA Bachelor of Arts with Computer application 2008 Jamia Millia Islamia Computer Application
Journal Publications
Sl. No. Name of Authors Year of Publication Title of Article Journal Name Volume and Issue Number
1 Ansari, A.H. & Malik, S 2017 Ability-based emotional intelligence and knowledge sharing: The moderating role of trust in co-workers (Scopus Indexed and listed in ABDC) VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems Vol. 47, Issue: 2
2 Malik, S 2021 Emotional intelligence and innovative work behaviour in knowledge-intensive organizations: how tacit knowledge sharing acts as a mediator? (Scopus Indexed and listed in ABDC) VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-09-2020-0158
3 Malik, S 2021 How multidimensional emotional intelligence impacts intraorganizational knowledge sharing behaviours of employees? (Scopus Indexed and listed in ABDC) Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-09-2020-0147
4 Malik, S 2021 The nexus between emotional intelligence and types of knowledge sharing: Does work experience matter? (Scopus Indexed and listed in ABDC) Journal of Workplace Learning DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/JWL-10-2020-0170
Books or Book Chapters
Sl. No. Name of Authors Year of Publication Title of Book (if it is book chapter, then include the title of the book and its editors) Publisher Name Place of Publication
1 Malik, S., & Ansari, A.H. 2014 Management Challenges in the New Era: Strategies for Success, R. Farooqi & S. Siddiqui (Eds.) Excel India Publishers New Delhi
2 Malik, S., & Ansari, A.H. 2014 Global Performance Challenges: Building and Sustaining Competitiveness, P. Banerjee, V. Madhukar & A. Kumar (Eds.) Excel India Publishers New Delhi
3 Malik, S., & Ansari, A.H. 2015 Innovation & Creativity Management: The design for future, U. Makkar, R. Sanjeev & S. Jain (Eds.) Bharti Publications New Delhi
Papers Presented at Conferences
Sl. No. Name of Authors Year of Conference Title of Paper Presented Conference Name Conference Location
1 Malik, S. 2014 Emotional Intelligence and Affective Organizational Commitment: A Cross-Sectional Study of Engineers in Public and Private Engineering & IT Firms in Delhi-NCR. National Conference on Management Challenges in the New Era: Strategies for Success, Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi
2 Malik, S. 2014 The Relationship between Leadership Styles and Job Involvement: An Empirical Study of Indian Employees. International Conference on Global Performance Challenges in the New Era, Amity University Manesar, Haryana
3 Malik, S. 2016 The moderating role of trust in co-workers between emotional intelligence and knowledge sharing 7th International Conference on Excellence in Research and Education, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Case Studies
Sl. No. Name of Authors Year of Publication Title of Case Study Case Collection/Publisher Name Case Assigned Number
Work Experience (academic and industry)
Title or Position Name of Organization Duration (in years) Details of experience
Executive - Human Resources Central Park 2 years 6 Months • Practical experience in managing employee life cycle processes
• Performed talent acquisition activities.
• Coordinated with internal stakeholders and external consultants
Consulting / Projects / Management Development
Organization it was undertaken for Year Details (max 100 words)
Examinations and Certifications
Name of Examination or Certification Year Score (if relevant)
NET - Human Resource Management 2012 -
NET - Management 2014 -
Awards and Research Grants
Name of Award or Grant Awarding Organization Year awarded Details
Junior Research Fellowship University Grants Commission 2013 -
Senior Research Fellowship University Grants Commission 2016 -