Miss. Nedaa Al-Barwani

Miss. Nedaa Al-Barwani


I am a Lecturer of Organisational Behaviour at Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) in The Sultanate of Oman. I received my first degree from SQU in Management. After that, I was appointed as a Demonstrator (Teacher Assistant) in the Department of Management, College of Economics and Political Science (CEPS) at SQU, where I have started my academic career. In 2015, I received my Master’s Degree from Aston University in the United Kingdom in Organisational Behaviour and went back to Oman, where I started teaching undergraduate courses in Management as well as engaging in research work and delivering workshops.

 Conference Presentations:

_Presented a research paper on “Corporate Social Responsibility, Organization Strategy and Organization Performance: an empirical study at EurOMA Conference, Palermo, Italy (2014).

_Presented a research paper on “Work-life balance of Omani Academic Female: A multiple case study from the Sultanate of Oman”, New York, USA, International Conference of Business and Retail Management (2016).

Awards & achievements:

_Best Teacher Award, College of Economics and Political Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman (2017 and 2018).

_One of the listed most inspiring educators at Sultan Qaboos University, University-Level Students’ Survey, Oman, 2018

_MSc Dissertation Project (Distinction), Aston University, UK, 2015

_The Deans' List Annual Award for Academic Excellence, SQU, 2010



Research interests

My research interests are centred around the field of organisational behaviour, precisely emotions and mood, personality traits, politics, and workplace deviant behaviour, specifically ostracism and social exclusion. I am also interested in studying the behaviour of small and family businesses in particular.


  • MSc. in Organisational Behaviour, UK, Aston University
  • B.Sc. in Commercial Science (Management), Oman, Sultan Qaboos University (Distinction)

Research groups and institutes

  • Socio-Technical Centre
  • Workplace Behaviour Research Centre