Dr Shameem S

Dr Shameem S

Qualification : PhD (IIT Madras & DAAD Exchange - Technical University of Munich, Germany)

Email : shameem@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

Languages Known : English, Tamil, Urdu, Hindi

Professional Software Knowledge : I`m experienced with SPSS, AMOS, NVivo, and actively expanding my software knowledge.

Hobbies : In pursuit of a hobby!

Brief Profile  

Dr. Shameem S is currently an Associate Professor at XLRI Jamshedpur, specializing primarily in Human Resource Management (HRM) and Industrial Relations (IR), with a secondary focus on Organizational Behavior (OB). Her academic journey began with a solid foundation in HRM as she started her career as an HR Officer at National Oxygen Limited, where she gained valuable experience in HRM practices.

Her educational journey culminated in a Ph.D. in Management, specializing in HRM, from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chennai. During her doctoral studies, she achieved exceptional academic excellence, earning gold medals for her outstanding performance (University first rank holder) in both undergraduate and postgraduate studies, and her thesis received the `Best Thesis` award from the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), reflecting her dedication and excellence.

Transitioning to academia, Dr. Shameem S assumed faculty roles at the Institute for Financial Management and Research (IFMR) and the Great Lakes Institute of Management in Chennai. These academic experiences further fueled her passion for HRM and OB while broadening her perspectives on these subjects. Her academic pursuits extended globally with a Guest Scientist position at the University of Gottingen in Germany, where she gained valuable international exposure and insights into HRM practices abroad.

In addition to her academic achievements, Dr. Shameem S has made substantial contributions to HRM and OB, presenting her research papers at international conferences and publishing her work in esteemed journals and recognized media outlets. Her extensive list of publications in reputed journals underscores her significant impact in the field. Furthermore, Dr. Shameem S is known for her strong analytical skills, using advanced methods to gain deep insights into workplace dynamics, consistently bringing fresh perspectives to the field.

In summary, Dr. Shameem S is a distinguished academic with expertise in HRM, IR and OB, boasting an impressive academic record and pioneering contributions in workplace analytics. Her commitment to advancing knowledge and staying at the forefront of workplace research positions her as a promising researcher in her field. 

Total Experience (in months)
 125 (as on 24-AUG-23)

Experience Detail  

Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshepur

  • Associate Professor, August 2023 - present

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, T.N.

  • Associate Professor, May 2022- August 2023
  • Assistant Professor, September 2016 – April 2022

Institute for Financial Management and Research, Sricity, A.P.

  • Assistant Professor, August 2014 –August 2016
  • Senior Faculty Associate, May 2014 – July 2014

Georg- August- Universität Göttingen

  • Guest scientist, April´15 –May 2015

Institute for Financial Management and Research, Chennai, T.N.

  • Research Associate, September 2013 –April 2014

National Oxygen Limited, Puducherry.

  • HR Officer, October 2009 –March 2010


Dr Shameem S

Dr Shameem S

Achievements and Research Interest/Area of Research Interests

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

  • Outstanding paper award at International conference for management research, 2023.
  • Best Thesis Award at National Academy for Psychology conference, 2016.
  • Best Paper Award at 23rd International business research conference, 2013.
  • Half-Time Research Assistantship (HTRA) funded by MHRD (2010-2014)
  • National Eligibility Test (December 2012) for Lectureship (Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/
    Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management)
  • Advanced green belt certification in Six Sigma and ISO 9001:2008 Professional
  • Exchange program at Technical University of Munich, Germany (Apr 2012- Sep 2012) Under DAAD “New Passage to India” Scholars
  • Best research proposal award at Yale- great lakes 6th International conference,2011
  • Pondicherry University Gold Medal for being University first in M.Sc. (Industrial psychology)
  • Pondicherry University Prize for being University first in B.Sc. (MLT)
  • Best Outgoing Student of 2004-2007 Batch (B.Sc.) JIPMER

Adminstrative Distinction

At Great Lakes

  • Chairperson - Institutional review board. 
  • Member of Assurance of learning committee (Part of AACSB accreditation process)
  • Admission process team
  • Faculty recruitment committee


  • Coordinating faculty recruitment
  • Part of accreditation process team
  • Hostel warden 
  • Admission process team


Other Achievements


My research interests includes, but not limited to:

  • Emotional labour, Emotions and Cognitions
  • Workplace behaviours - Dignity, incivility, gossips etc.
  • Interdisciplinary behavioral studies.
  • Organizational/Workplace/human relations
  • Leadership styles
  • Workplace happiness

I am open and enthusiastic about exploring research opportunities in a wide range of topics. While the list above may not be exhaustive, I`m eager to learn and collaborate on new research ideas across different fields. Feel free to reach out to me if you have ideas or opportunities, and let`s explore the possibilities together.

Faculty Development Programs Attended

  • Mediation, Moderation and conditional process analysis conducted by Prof.Vishal Gupta, IIM-A, Skills Edge, April 5-9, 2021. 
  • International Faculty Development Program on Research Methodology & Scientific Tools at B K Birla Institute of Engineering & Technology, Pilani during April 13-15, 2021
  • Applied meta-analysis for social science research at My Inner Log, Bangalore, during April 15- May 15, 2021.
  • Qualitative Analysis using NVIVO – Workshop conducted by Commacad during April 24-25, 2021
  • International training program on AMOS: SEM & CFA conducted by Special Minds during May 14-16, 2021.
  • Statistics with `R` Programming conducted by Commacad during May 28-30, 2021
  • Virtual Summer Seminar in Entrepreneurship Research by Prof. Vishal K Gupta, University of Alabama, May – July, 2021.
  • The Wharton Global Faculty Development Program, Wharton business school, University of Pennsylvania, July 26-29, 2021.
  • Ideation to Publication at Measi Institute of Management, Chennai during July 26-28, 2021.
  • Virtual Workshop on “SEM and CFA using AMOS” at Presidency college, Chennai during 24-26 September, 2020
  • Workshop on “Finance for Non finance Professionals” at IFMR, Sricity during 22 and 23 January, 2015
  • Workshop on “Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using AMOS” at VIT University, Chennai- India during May 20 and 21, 2013
  • “Author Workshop” by Springer & Edanz Group in association with Anna University, Chennai- India on 29th January, 2013

Courses Taught

  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational behaviour
  • Research methodology
  • Empirical Research
  • Agile organizational designs
  • Digital HR and Workforce analytics


Consultancy Undertaken

Principal investigator, Tamil Nadu government project, “Ease of doing business among MSMEs”, 5 Lakhs project funded by TN government, started from Feb 27, 2021. Submitted the final report by July, 2022. 

Principal Investigator, Assessing Housing Demand of Sricity People – Funded by Janadhaar Housing Limited – 3 months – 5 Lakhs grant.


In-Company Programs


Journal Articles-Refereed

  1. Iqbal, J., Shagirbasha, S., & Madhan, K. (2024). Empowering frontline service employees: examining the link between psychological empowerment, prosocial motivation and proactive behavior through the lens of horizontal collectivism. In Journal of Service Theory and Practice. Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/jstp-04-2023-0119. (ABDC - A, Scopus)
  2. Shagirbasha, S., Madhan, K. and Iqbal, J. (2023), `Beyond the boss: how distributed leadership elevates team effectiveness in startup organizations? a multi-level analysis`, Evidence-based HRM, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/EBHRM-09-2023-0258. (ABDC -B, Scopus Q2)
  3. Iqbal, J, Shagirbasha, S, Madhan, K, (2023) Unleashing the missing link between neuroticism and compliance behavior among quick service restaurant employees, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 114 (ABDC-A*, Scopus Q1)
  4. Shagirbasha, S, Iqbal, J, Madhan, K (2023) Does social perfectionism foster electronic cheating behavior among budding hospitality managers? A moderated mediation analysis, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 56,2023,297-311 (ABDC-A, Scopus Q1).
  5. Iqbal, J, Shagirbasha, S, Madhan, K (2023) Service with a Sense of Belonging: Navigating Work-Family Conflict and Emotional Irritation in the Service Efforts of Health Professionals, International Journal of conflict management, 34 No. 4, pp. 838-861. (ABDC-A, Scopus Q1)
  6. Shagirbasha, S., Madhan, K. and Iqbal, J. (2023), "Employee–customer interaction and emotional intelligence to impact emotional labor: does interaction type play any role?", Evidence-based HRM, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. (ABDC – B, Scopus Q2)
  7. Kumar, J., Shagirbasha, S., Konar, R. (2023). Destination Image, COVID-19 Perceived Risk and Intention to Travel: Malaysian CaseAcademica Turistica - Tourism and Innovation Journal16(2). (Scopus Q3)
  8. Shagirbasha, S., Iqbal, J., Madhan, K., Chaudhary, S., & Dhall, R. (2023). Workplace isolation during COVID-19 and work–family conflict among academicians: interplay of psychological stress and organizational identification. International Journal of Manpower, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJM-04-2022-0190. (ABDC-A, Scopus Q2)
  9. Madhan, K., Shagirbasha, S., Kumar Mishra, T., & Iqbal, J. (2023). Adoption of service robots: exploring the emerging trends through the lens of bibliometric analysis. International Hospitality Review, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IHR-12-2022-0058 (ABDC - C)
  10. Shagirbasha, S, (2022) Journey of an Edupreneur - Design Thinking Approach, (In press, Vikalpa- The journal for decision-makers, (Scopus-Q3)
  11. Iqbal, Juman; Shagirbasha, S, (2022) Revisiting Work-Family Conflict and Affective Commitment Among Health Care Professionals: Mediating Role of Psychological Safety, (In Press, International journal of business excellence, Scopus-Q3)
  12. Shagirbasha, S. (2022). Hotel specific mega disruptions: Exploration of multi-stakeholder perspectives. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 51, 333-338. (ABDC – A, Scopus Q1)
  13. Madhan,K., Shagirbasha, S., & Iqbal, J. (2022). Does incivility in quick service restaurants suppress the voice of employee? A moderated mediation model. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 103, 103204. (ABDC-2019-A*, Scopus Q1)
  14. Shagirbasha, S., & Sivakumaran, B. (2021). Cognitive appraisal, emotional labor and organizational citizenship behavior: Evidece from hotel industry. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 48, 582-592. (ABDC- 2019 – A, Scopus Q1)
  15. Suban, S, Madhan, K & Shagirbasha, S (2021). Bibliometric analysis of Halal and Islamic tourism, International hospitality review, In press (ABDC- 209 – C)
  16. Shagirbasha, S, Madhan, K & Booshnam (2021). Content Based Networking Algorithm – A Cognitive Perspective, International Journal of Business Excellence, In press. (Scopus).
  17. Rajagopalan, S, Shagirbasha, S & Sriram, R (2021). Social Network Analysis: Identifying and Visualizing the Key Influencers in A Network, South Asian journal of management, In press (ABDC- 2019 – C).
  18. Palaniappan, U., Suganthi, L. and Shagirbasha, S. (2021), "Building a yardstick–a benchmark framework for assessing higher education management institutions``, Benchmarking: An International Journal, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-07-2020- 0383 (ABDC- 2019 – B, Scopus Q1)
  19. Raj, Abhishek, Shagirbasha, S, Madhan, Kumar (2021) A model for lead conversions through cold calling in startup B2B Services firms in India: A Sense-making Derivation" accepted for publication in South Asian Journal of Business Studies (ABDC, 2019 –C)
  20. Shagirbasha, S (2018) Mask It with Emotions-A Study of the Role of Emotional Behavior Among Information Technology Employees. International Journal of Business and Information, 13(4), pp.405-426. (ABDC, 2016 – C)
  21. Shagirbasha, S (2018) Winning on HR analytics, Book Review, South Asian Journal of Management. (ABDC, 2016 – C)
  22. Shagirbasha, S., (2015) Does mode of interaction impact emotional labour? A mixed method study among service employees in India, Asian Journal of Empirical Research 5 (11), 196-205 (ABDC,2016- C)
  23. Shagirbasha, S. and Ganesh, M.P. (2014) Exploring the Mediating Role of Emotional Labour between Nature of Interaction and Intention to quit, Journal of Business and Policy research, 9(1), pp.168-181 (ABDC, 2013 – C)
  24. Shagirbasha, S. and Ganesh, M.P. (2013) Effect of nature of interaction on organizational citizenship behaviour: Exploring the mediating role of emotional labour. International Journal of Commerce, Business and Management, 2(6), ISSN: 2319–2828. (Open Access, Google scholar)

Published Research Monographs

Scholarly Books

Shameem, S (2017), Emotional Labour: Comprehensive Review, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (Germany), ISBN-10: 3330328002, ISBN-13: 978-3330328006

Chapters in Scholarly books

1. Shagirbasha (2021), “Managing efficiency and effectiveness of “new normal” work environment”, published in the book titled “Strategic Management during  Pandemic”, Routledge publishers.
2. Rajeshwari, Shagirbasha, Geetha (2021), “New normal work- Through the lens of working women," published in the book titled "Stakeholder Strategies 
for Reducing the Impact of Global Health Crises", IGI Global publishers.
3. Shameem, S. and Ganesh, M.P. The mediating role of emotional labour between interaction characteristics and organizational citizenship behaviour, In Tilo Wendler (Ed) e-book, Challenges for Analysis of the business and economy, ISBN 978-3-927535-89-3, DCMVerlag publications,2012.

Conference Proceedings-Refereed

1.Shagirbasha; Iqbal; Kumar M (2023) What impedes pro-social motivation among hospitality frontline workers? In proceedings, Academy of Management conference, Boston, USA, August 8, 2023.
2. Iqbal J, Shagirbasha S and Alam, N (2023) Exploring the factors that inhibit affective commitment: Evidence from health sector, In proceedings of Indian Academy of Management (INDAM) conference, January 6-8, NMIMS Mumbai, pp.200
3. Madhan,K, Shagirbasha S and Iqbal, J (2023) Exploring the consequences of perceived insecurity among food delivery workers: A moderated mediation model, In proceedings of Indian Academy of Management (INDAM) conference, January 6-8, NMIMS Mumbai, pp. 195 
4. Shagirbasha, S and Iqbal, J (2022) Workplace Isolation during COVID-19 and work-family conflict among academicians: Interplay of psychological stress and organizational identification, In proceedings, British Academy of Management conference, University of Manchester, August 31st - 2nd September, United Kingdom, pp.308
5. Shagirbasha, S, Iqbal, J, S.A Mufeed (2022) Work-family conflict and affective commitment: interplay of emotional exhaustion, interactionist justice and organizational identification, In proceedings, British Academy of Management conference, University of Manchester, August 31st - 2nd September, United Kingdom, pp.308
6. Shagirbasha, S, Iqbal, J (2022) How psychological empowerment influences the proactive behaviour of frontline hotel staff: interplay of horizontal Collectivism and pro-social motivation, In proceedings, British Academy of Management conference, University of Manchester, August 31st - 2nd September, United Kingdom, pp.308
7. Shagirbasha; Iqbal; Kumar M (2022) A multi-level investigation of distributed leadership and team effectiveness, In proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, December 5-7, Griffith Business School, Queensland, Australia, pp.1363
8. Iqbal, J; Shagirbasha, S; Kumar M (2022) Does neuroticism affect the compliance behaviour? A study among frontline employees -, In proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, December 5-7, Griffith Business School, Queensland, Australia 1363
9. Shagirbasha, S, Factors affecting customer satisfaction in online video streaming, 52nd Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 19, 2021.
10.Shagirbasha, S, What drives consumers to choose their payment method- A study on organized retail outlets? 52nd Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 20, 2021.
11.Shagirbasha, S, Sentiment analysis on adoption of blockchain in different sectors, 52nd Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 20, 2021.
12.Shagirbasha, S, Electric vehicles in India – To buy or not? Mining opinions of consumers, In proceedings of 51st Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 21-23, 2020, pp. 430-446.
13. Shagirbasha, S, Online shopping behaviour: Predicting consumer’s purchase intention, In proceedings of 51st Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 21-23, 2020, pp. 485-605.


Paper Presentations-Refereed

  1. Shagirbasha, S, Saini, J, Iqbal, J, Dhall, R and Chaudhary, S, Linking Psychological Empowerment, Pro-social Motivation, Collectivism and Pro-active Behaviour: Evidence from Academia, PAN IIM world management conference, Kozhikode, December 16-18, 2021.
  2. Madhan, K and Shagirbasha, S, The Effects of Perceived Service Recovery Efforts on Consumer Behavioural Intentions, December 21-22, 15th NASMEI 2021 conference.
  3. Shagirbasha, S and Iqbal, J, Factors influencing consumer adoption of e-learning systems, December 21-22, 15th NASMEI 2021 conference.
  4. Madhan, K, Shagirbasha, S and Iqbal, J, Exploring incivility and voice behaviour in quick service restaurants, December 21-22, 15th NASMEI 2021 conference.
  5. Shagirbasha, S, `Employee customer interaction and emotional labour: The moderating role  of emotional intelligence’, Virtual Midwest Academy of Management (MAM) Conference, October 28, 2020.
  6. Shagirbasha, S, Moderated-Mediation Model of Emotional Labour, 51st Annual Decision science institute Conference, November 21-23, 2020.
  7. Shagirbasha, S, Vilma, A, Dinakaran, B, Customers purchase intention in brick and mortar stores: Can employees act as influencers? December 23, NASMEI 2020 conference.
  8. Shagirbasha, S, Krishnamurthy, R, Organizational factors and New Product Development Success: A study of Indian Start-ups, December 22, NASMEI 2020 conference.
  9. Shagirbasha, S, Sripada, D, Customer adoption of e-learning systems, December 22, NASMEI 2020 conference.
  10. Shagirbasha, S, Vilma, A, Dinakaran, B, can employees influence customer behaviour? An Exploratory Study among Indian Brick & Mortar Stores, 4th International Conference on Marketing, Technology & Society, December 11-13, 2020, IIM Kozhikode.
  11. Mishra, Samu, Sridhar and Shagirbasha, S (2019), Believe it or Not – Fake News, Asia Pacific Association of consumer research, IIM Ahmedabad, Jan 10-12
  12. Shagirbasha, S and Fernando, N (2019) –Think Inverted Maslow’s to build great organizations – British Academy of Management – Birmingham, UK, Sep 3-5.
  13. Shagirbasha, S (2019) – Cognitive appraisal and Emotional labour – British Academy of Management – Birmingham, UK, Sep 3-5.
  14. Shagirbasha, S (2018), How Emotional labour influences Organizational citizenship behaviour? Moderating Role of Perceived organizational support, Atheneaum IIT Madras, February 9th and 10th
  15. Shagirbasha, S (2018), Emotionally interacting with customers, PANIIT conference, IIT Roorkee, Nov30-Dec 2
  16. Shagirbasha, S and Rajeswari, K (2018) Organizational Culture and New   product development, NASMEI conference, Dec 20-21
  17. Shagirbasha, S and Bharadhwaj, S (2018) Cognitive appraisal, OCB and Emotional labour,NASMEI conference, Dec 20-21
  18. Shagirbasha, S (2016), Exploring Emotional Labour among Indian Service Employees -Appraisal Theory Perspective, 26th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Applied Psychology, IIT Madras, 29-31 December, 2016.
  19. Shagirbasha, S (2014) Examining the Moderation Effects of Individual Characteristics between Employee Customer Interaction and Emotional Labour. First HR Division conference of the Academy of Management (AOM) Beijing, China during June 15-16
  20. Shagirbasha, S and Ganesh, M.P. (2013) Effect of nature of interaction on intention to quit. The mediating role of emotional labour. 23rd International business research conference, Melbourne, Australia, November 18-20. (Best Paper Award) 
  21. Shagirbasha, S and Ganesh, M.P. (2012) Assessing sociocultural adaptation of international students: Comparison between India and Germany. National academy of Psychology conference, Bangalore, December 10-12
  22. Shagirbasha, S and Ganesh M.P. (2011) Emotional labour and iomes in cross cultural context: Role of organizational and individual characteristics. Yale’s- Great Lakes 6th International Conference. Chennai, December 28. (Best Research Proposal Award)


Text Books

Research Report

Working paper

Key note presentation

Published articles in newspapers/magazines

  1. Shameem S, (April, 2023) What the world can learn from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s resignation` 10xtd
  2. Shameem S, (April, 2023) AI Revolutionizing recruitment: The perks and pitfalls` The Pioneer.
  3. Shameem S & Lakshmipriya (Feb 2023), “What Is Quiet Quitting – The Emerging Workplace Behavior" Indiatimes
  4. Shameem S, Juman & Madhan (Dec, 2022), “Nutricosmetics”, Only Health
  5. Shameem S & Lakshmipriya (November, 2022), “Workplace gossip”, People Matters
  6. Shameem and Rammyaa (September, 2022) `Four Tips to Make Women Independence a Reality` India Today Post.
  7. Shameem S & Juman (December 13, 2021) Bringing Employees Back to Office: Pros and Cons of Hybrid Working`. Economic Times` HR World.
  8. Shameem S (December 23, 2021) `Double Trouble: Why HR aspirants need evolved curriculum and HR leaders need evolved approach`. Economic Times` HR World.
  9. Shameem, S & Kartik Chopra (July 27, 2021), COVID-19 Aftermath Unlikely to Subside Soon for Automobile Industry, Mobility Outlook.
  10. Shameem, S & Christina (August, 2021), “The Black Swan Event for CSR in India”, CSR Journal
  11. Shameem, S (March 1, 2021), “To empower her, educate her”, Education today.
  12. Shameem, S (September 23, 2020), “Case study – Work alike, pay different –Myth or reality?”, Human capital magazine.
  13. Shameem, S (October 6, 2020) “Interview with Collegedunia”
  14. Shameem, S (June 6, 2020) “Here’s how employees’ experience can be enhanced during lockdown”, India today.
  15. Shameem, S (April 2, 2019)"Unhappy with your performance appraisal? Here`s how you can deal with it", People Matters Magazine
  16. Shameem, S (March 26, 2019) Things that Millennials expect from their jobs", Entrepreneur India Magazine
  17. Shameem, S (February 16, 2019) Digital HR in Workplace, Business world Magazine
  18. Shameem, S (November 19, 2018) Importance of workplace ethics - What to remember and What to avoid? People matters magazine
  19. Shameem, S (Nov 22, 2018) “The Right Time for A Review". Human capital magazine
  20. Shameem, S (July 3, 2018) "Dealing with workplace gossip”. Human Capital Magazine.
  21. Shameem, S. (2018, March 13). “Despite several milestones, why are women still underrepresented in tech and boardroom". Yourstory.com.Retrieved from https://yourstory.com/2018/03/why-women-still-underrepresented-tech-boardrooms
  22. Shameem, S. (2018, Jan 26). “Hiring Trends for Management Students 2018”. People Matters. Retrieved from https://www.peoplematters.in/article/hiring/hiring-trends-for-managementstudents-in-2018
  23. Shameem, S. (2017, October 25). Smiles and Frowns Can Impact Bottomline. The Hindu, pg 4.

Cases developed for Teaching purpose

Other Professional Activities

Achievements in Professional activities

  • SICCI Industrial Awards – Evaluator as Subject Matter Expert 

Chairperson/Co-Chairperson in conferences

Session chair, ICMR conference, IIT madras, 2023.

Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

Contribution towards Institution building/ development/ services such as Chairperson (Placement) etc

Guide/evaluator/ examiner at doctoral research level

Invited to deliver Keynote addresses/ speeches

1. “COVID and India – Impact & Insights” – Diponegoro University, Indonesia, September 7, 2021.
2. “Research in educational psychology” – NKT national college of education, May 31, 2021
3. “Strategy & HR” – Madras chamber of commerce, March 2, 2020
4. “Human behaviour in organizations” – Madras school of economics, July 2 2019
5. “Importance of Human factor in Organizations” - Gnanam Business school, January 26 2019
6. “Interdisciplinary Research methods” -Annamalai University, November 16 2018 
7. “Negotiations- Critical tool to HR” - Madras Chamber of Commerce & Industry, June 23, 2018
8. “Artificial intelligence and Emotions- Emerging Challenge in service sector” at International Conference on Contemporary challenges in Management, Idhaya college for women, Tamil Nadu, March 23, 2018
9. “Research Methodology for the Management Studies” at National Conference on Research Methodology, AMET University, Tamil Nadu, May 19, 2017
10. “Does Individual characteristics moderate the relationship between employee customer interaction and emotional labour? Empirical Evidence from India” - Universität Göttingen, Institute für Psychologie, Sozial- und Kommunikations psychologie, Germany – May 11 2015
11. “Exploring OB and HR” to M.Sc. students of Periyar University, Tamil Nadu- July 25 2014

Membership of Professional Bodies

Academy of Management

Participation in Workshops/Conferences/Forums/ Meetings etc

Professional Services such as Member/Editor of Editorial Board/ Advisory Committee etc

Editorial Advisory Board:

  • BIMTECH Business Perspectives

Reviewer/Referee in Journals/ Conferences etc


  • The Case journal
  • Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
  • Journal of Indian Business Research.
  • BIMTECH Business Perspectives
  • Management and Labour studies
  • ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism
  • Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights
  • SAGE open
  • FIIB Business Review
  • International Hospitality Review
  • International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration
  • International journal of Conflict management
  • International journal of hospitality and tourism managemen


  • Academy of Management
  • Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
  • British Academy of Management
  • Decision Science institute

Visiting Faculty

Course Name: Perspectives on Behavioural Science, OB and HRM at Madras School of Economics (2020) - PGDM 

Research Project Undertaken