Elham S. Hasham

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Personal information

Title: 
Associate Professor, TMS Facilitator, Trainer, Consultant

Contact information (private)

Personal email address: 
elhamhasham@hotmail.com

Contact information (work)

Organization/Institution: 
Notre Dame University
Department: 
Faculty of Business & Economics
Postbox: 
72, Zouk Mikayel
Address: 
Zouk Mosbeh
Country: 
Lebanon
Landline: 
961 9 208312 & 961 9 218950 Ext. 2455
Fax: 
961 9 218771
Work email address: 
ehashem@ndu.edu.lb

Education

Doctorate degree, Educational Leadership, Management & Administration, 2003, Leicester University, United Kingdom.
Doctorate degree (ABD), Business Management, 1999, Holy Spirit University in Kaslik (USEK), Lebanon.
Master's degree (DEA), Business Management, 1997, Holy Spirit University in Kaslik (USEK), Lebanon.
Master's degree (M.B.A.), Business Administration, 1994, Notre Dame University (NDU), Lebanon.
Bachelor degree, Business Computer, 1982, Beirut University College (currently Lebanese American University), Lebanon.

Areas of Expertise

Leadership
Human Resource Management
Education
Intercultural Management
Interpersonal Communication
Organizational Behavior
Languages: 
English
Arabic
French

Work history

Associate Professor, Advisor (Graduate Program-Project, Operations Management, and Human Resources Management), Supervisor of graduate theses, 2007 - present, Department of Marketing and Management, Notre Dame University.

TMS-Team Management Systems Facilitator, EBW-Emotions and Behavior at Work Facilitator, 2007 - present, Department of Marketing and Management, Notre Dame University.

Coordinator of the Master of International Business (Lebanon/Bordeaux), 2007 - present, Department of Marketing and Management, Notre Dame University.

Professional Trainer, 2007 - present, International Consultancy and Training Network (ICTN).

Managerial Consultant, 2007 - present, Australian Consulting Engineers (ACE), Managerial Consultant for Australian Lebanese Drafting Services (ALDS), and Managerial Consultant for Future Build.

Director of Admissions, Orientation and International Recruitment, 2000 - 2006, Notre Dame University, Lebanon.

Lecturer and Coordinator, 1994 - 2000, Department of Management and Department of English, Notre Dame University.

Chairperson, 1994 - 2000, English Department for School of Business & Management Department, School of Business and School of Law, Holy Spirit University in Kaslik.

Dean of Students, 1989 - 1994, Notre Dame University, North Lebanon Campus.

Honorary office and memberships

Member of the Lebanese League of Women in Business (LLWB), 2009 - present.

Member of the Human Resource Association of Lebanon (HRAL), 2009 - present.

Member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), 2000 - 2006.

Member of the European Association of International Education (EAIE), 2000 - 2006.

Member of the College Board, USA, 2000 - 2006.

Member of the Association of International Educators (NAFSA), 2000 - 2006.

Member of the National Apostolate of Maronites (NAM) USA, 2000 - present.

Secretary of Executive Committee of the Alumni Association at the Lebanese American University.

Founding member of the North Lebanon Campus of Notre Dame University.

Productions

Publications highlights: 
  • Hasham, E. S. (2011). Organizational Behavior (Arab World Edition). New Jersey: Pearson Prentice-Hall
  • Hasham, E. S. (February, 2010). The art of decision making in institutions of higher education: A case study of Notre Dame University and the Lebanese American University. Advances in Management, 3 (2), 59-65.
  • Hasham, E. S. (Winter Issue, 2010). Even though, we had full houses and rode the waves with aptitude! The Chamber.
  • Hasham, E. S. and Goff-Kfouri, C. A. (2010). The impact of learning outcomes on student judgment: A case study of Notre Dame University, Lebanon. Program and Learning Assessment Conference, Lebanese American University Center for Program and Learning Assessment, in collaboration with Ford Foundation.
  • Hasham, E. S. (2009). Satisfaction is a prerequisite for motivation to enhance productivity in institutions of higher education: A case study of Notre Dame University. The International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA) 15th World Congress, Sydney, Australia.
  • Hasham, E. S. (2008). Academic Institutions Are No Different To Any Other: Total Quality Management Does Enhance Performance. The International Conference on Technology, Communication and Education (iCTE): Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait.
  • Hasham, E. S. (Winter Issue, 2005). Higher education in Lebanon: Notre Dame University. The Chamber, 14 - 15.
Major achievements: 

Profile selected to appear in 2009/2010 Edition of Emerald Who’s Who for Executives and Professionals.

Reviewing 3 Prentice-Hall publications:
- Kotler, P., & Keller, K. (2011). Marketing management (1st Arab World Edition). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
- Hubbard, G. & O'Brian, P.A. (2011). Economics (1st Arab World Edition). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
- Daniels, J., Radebaugh, L., & Sullivan, D. (2011). International business – (13th & Global Edition). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.

Author of Case Studies included in the following Prentice-Hall publications:
- Hasham, E. (2011). The sensational coffee experience [Chapter 9 - Leadership & decision making]. In R. Ebert & R. Griffin, Business essentials (8th & Global Edition). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
- Hasham, E. (2011). Real talent is hard to find, hard to shape, once found a treasure to keep [ Chapter 10 - Human resource management & labor relations]. In R. Ebert & R. Griffin, Business Essentials (8th & Global Edition).
- Hasham, E. (2011). When the cat’s away, the mice will play [Chapter 4 - Building positive relationships]. In D. A. Whetten & K. S. Cameron, Developing management skills (8th & Global Edition).
- Hasham, E. (2011). She loves a challenge! [Chapter 9 - Building effective teams and teamwork). In D. A. Whetten & K. S. Cameron, Developing management skills (8th & Global Edition).

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Awards and Distinctions

Nominated for 'Best Thesis of the Year Award' by British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS), 2003.

Notre Dame University 20-Year Honor, 2007.

Lebanese American University Medal of Honor, 2005.

ARAB ACRAO Shield, 2004.