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Biography

Biography

Ms Afnan Y. A Alnajim

College of Sciences and Human Studies, Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University

Ms Afnan Yousef A Alnajim is a Master’s student in Education and Human Development program in the College of Science and Human Studies at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University in Saudi Arabia. She has a Bachelor Degree in Human Resources Management with first-class honors from Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University in Saudi Arabia. She is currently working as HR Generalist at Saudi Aramco in Saudi Arabia. She is an Associate Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) member and has membership in various professional bodies including the CIPD and SHRM.

In 2020, 2021, and 2022, Ms Alnajim was awarded the “Best in Class Professional” by the Senior Vice President of Technical Services in Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia for obtaining prestigious HR Certifications (CIPD Level 5, TMP, and Coaching). She has been recognized for being the first HR professional at the business line to publish 3 HR-Related publications, shown below, in international e-Journals. These publications have received 300+ readings in the Social Science Research Network and ResearchGate.

Afnan was awarded the ICF Accredited Designation of Certified Professional Coach by Coach Transformation Academy. She has successfully completed the design and development of Micro HR Professional Development Curriculum that was structured in a gamification model using advanced technology platforms and software.

Alnajim, A. (2022). The Strategic Role of Human Resources Development in Learning, Training, and Development in Organization. Training, and Development in Organization (March 4, 2022). Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4049684

Alnajim, A. (2021). Impact and Application of Social Exchange Theory in Employee Retention. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3884032

Alnajim, A. (2020). Approaches to Bridge the Gap in The Current Leadership Capabilities and Employee Engagement. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3573452

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