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DR. NURUL LIYANA BINTI MOHD KAMIL

Department of Administrative Studies and Politics

Faculty of Economics and Administration

nurulliyana@um.edu.my
Latest Award
Pendidikan
Pendidikan
Year 2018
Latest Evaluation
Manuscript Reviewer, "The 13th Asian Academy of Management International Conference 2019 (AAMC)" - Transformational Leadership and Team Attitudes: Trust and Collective Efficacy as Mediator. Manuscript Reviewer, "The 13th Asian Academy of Management International Conference 2019 (AAMC)" - Transformational Leadership and Team Attitudes: Trust and Collective Efficacy as Mediator.
Reviewer
Year 2019
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Last 5 Projects
Grant Progress Status
IIRG023C-2019
new
BK014-2018
on going
SG004B-18SBS
on going
GPF014P-2018
on going
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Latest Publication
2019

The Antecedents of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB): A Conceptual Framework

2018

A Linkage between Personal Characteristics and Entrepreneurial Behavior in the Malaysian Public Sector.

2016

Entrepreneurial behavior in Malaysian commercial banks: The role of emotional intelligence, job autonomy, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment

2015

The role of emotional intelligence, perceived organizational support, and intrinsic motivation in predicting entrepreneurial behavior: A review and synthesis of the literature

2014

A conceptual model linking job autonomy, emotional intelligence, and entrepreneurial behaviour

2018

Linking Job Autonomy, Emotional Intelligence and Entrepreneurial Behavior: A Postulated Model

2015

Perceived organizational support, job complexity, and self-efficacy as latent predictors of entrepreneurial behavior among Bank Managers in Malaysia: A review and model development

2015

The role of emotional intelligence, perceived organizational support, and intrinsic motivation in predicting entrepreneurial behavior: A review and synthesis of the literature

2015

Entrepreneurial behavior in Malaysian commercial banks: The role of emotional intelligence, job autonomy, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment