Pg Dr Siti Rozaidah Pg Hj Idris

rozaidah.idris@ubd.edu.bn

Lecturer, UBD School of Business and Economics

               

               

Pg Dr Siti Rozaidah’s current research interests are leadership, national culture and public sector management. Other areas of interest are in human resource development policies and employability. She graduated with her PhD in Management Learning and Leadership from the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), United Kingdom in 2016, her Masters in Human Resource Development & Consulting from LUMS in 2007 and her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Financial Management from University of Sheffield in 2006. She joined the UBD School of Business and Economics as Lecturer in 2008. She welcomes research collaboration in the areas of leadership and cross-cultural management.

EDUCATION

2016 LANCASTER UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL, U.K.
PhD in Management Learning & Leadership.
2006-2007 LANCASTER UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL, U.K.
MA in Human Resource Development & Consulting
2004-2006 UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, U.K.
BA in Accounting & Financial Management
2002-2004 UNIVERSITI BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Leadership. Culture. Public Sector Reforms. Employability. Career development. Lifelong learning. Continuous Professional Development. Talent Development. Organisational Development and Change. Human Resource Development. Organisational Behaviour.

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Scopus Publications

  • Implicit Leadership Theories of Bruneians
    Syamimi Lim, Rozhan Othman, Ali Yusob Zain and Dayangku Siti Rozaidah Pengiran

    Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, ISSN: 10599231, eISSN: 15286940, Pages: 302-319, Published: October 2012

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Lim, S., Idris, R., Zain, A. Y., & Othman, R. (2010). Personality traits and implicit leadership theories of Bruneians. International Journal of Strategic Management, 10(1).
Lim, S., Othman, R., Zain, A. Y., & Pg Haji Idris, R. (2012). Implicit leadership theories of Bruneians. Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, 13(4), 302-319. DOI: 10.1080/10599231.2012.718674
Md Zain, Ali Yusob & Othman, Rozhan & Lim, Syamimi & Pg Idris, DR. (2014). Brunei implicit leadership theories: Impacts of expectation gap. Review of Strategic and International Studies. 6. 12-21.
Md Zain, Ali Yusob & Othman, Rozhan & Lim, Syamimi & Siti Rozaidah, Dayangku. (2015). Attributes of effective leadership from the perspectives of implicit leadership theory (ILT): A study in Brunei. International Journal of Science Commerce and Humanities. 3. 58-64.

Accepted abstracts/papers for conferences in 2018

Title: " Implicit leadership theories of Bruneians: Insights from the Brunei public sector"
Phuket International Conference (PSU PIC 2018) on ‘Creativity and Innovations for Global Development’ in March 11-12, 2018 at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Thailand.

Title: "Addressing Push and Pull Factors of Youth Engagement in Agriculture: Exploring the Role of Human Resource Development in Brunei"
The 6th Conference on Anthropology and Sustainability in Asia/ The 5th Symposium on Language and Sustainability in Asia/The 4th Conference on the Social Sciences, Sociology and Globalization in Asian Issues for Globalization and Sustainability II held June 24-25, 2018 at the Mitsui Garden Hotel in Hiroshima, Japan.

Title: "Creating a leadership development project: A faculty-wide initiative at UBDSBE"
The 10th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference (DLCC) on "Innovation and Creativity in Leadership Learning, Development and Education" held July 12-13 2018 at the Bristol Business School, United Kingdom.

Title: "HRD STRATEGIES IN ASEAN AND ITS PIVOTAL ROLE ON ATTRACTING BRUNEIAN YOUTH IN AGRICULTURE"
The 23rd Asia-Pacific Decision Science Institute International Conference on “Corporate Entrepreneurship & Innovation” held 16-20 July 2018, Mercure Hotel Makkasan, Bangkok, Thailand.

Title: "The Influence of National Culture On The Enactment Of Leadership In Public Sector Organisations: A Case Research In Brunei"
The 32nd British Academy of Management Annual Conference "Driving Productivity in Uncertain and Challenging Times" held 4-6 September 2018, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England.

GRANT DETAILS

Title: Implicit leadership among Bruneians: a research programme
Period: 2009-2010
Funding amount: BND 10,500

Title: Policies towards Achieving Food Security and Increased Agriculture Employment in Southeast Asia: A Study of Policy Analysis between Brunei, Malaysia and Thailand
Period: 2019 -
Funding amount: BND15,440

CONSULTANCY

HRD Consultant for Animalcare Lancaster, United Kingdom. Consulted on improving the organisation’s volunteer programme.

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

2009 - 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) HRD Working Group Representative for Brunei Darussalam Capacity Building Network
2015 - 20th - 24th Executive Development Programme for Middle Management Officers (EDPMMO) 2015 Policy Paper Examiner and Facilitator
2016 - 24th Executive Development Programme for Senior Government Officers (EDPSGO) 2016 Policy Paper Supervisor
2017 - Invited speaker on Organisational Leadership at the Global Discovery Programme (GDP) - Global Leadership Summer School, UBD
2018 - DPPMB 4th World Café