Alumnae and Alumni
Below, we present to you the graduates of the 'Master of Advanced Studies in Humanitarian Leadership' along with the year of publication and the titles of their research theses.
The participants of the MAS 2022 will graduate in November 2023 and the list will be updated afterwards.
Sigiriya Monique Aebischer Perone (2022): Factors that enable individuals to think beyond the silos in medical settings and live the continuum of care – Interprofessional collaboration of ICRC health teams for diabetes care – Aleppo, Syria.
Dina Othman Ali Al-Jabaari Daana (2022): COVID19 Pandemic Impact on the ICRC employees in the West Bank – A qualitative study from 5 ICRC offices in the West Bank, Palestinian Territories.
Abdalmajid Alshaer (2021): Basic set of skills required for humanitarian leaders in complex and security-prone contexts.
Bonaventure Bazirutwabo (2021): The impact of Servant Leadership on the motivation and the intention to stay of the Red Cross volunteers in Africa.
Bal Bahadur Bhujel (2022): Employee’s Engagement in Cairo Delegation: Reflection of key employee’s experience at the Cairo Delegation on determinants of employee's engagement.
Leonard Blazeby (2021): Language matters: How do mindsets affect the use of language by women leaders in the inspiration and engagement of teams?
Krishna Chandra Chalisey (2021): Separation and Overlapping of Governance and Management in Nepali NGOs.
Oscar Felipe Chavez Aguirre (2022): Burnout management in humanitarian organisations in Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Panama.
Aliyu Dawobe (2021): Does Ethnic Diversity Amongst Red Cross Staff & Volunteers Influence ICRC’s Decision-making Processes on aid-giving in Conflict-Prone Communities of Central Nigeria?
Dika Dulic (2021): Leadership and Management in a Humanitarian setting with focus on a smaller structure (smaller teams) - Seeing the forest and the tree at the same time.
Peter Evans (2021): A Grounded Theory Study of Operational Decision-making Processes in ICRC Delegations.
Sabahat Jamal Gillani (2022): Female leadership inclusion in the Health sector, more specifically in Pakistan, a patriarchal society – How gender inclusive are Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in the Health Sector and do women leaders have executive power? A case study of Pakistan.
Syed Waqas Gillani (2021): Community Engagement - How a community can be engaged in decision making process for water and habitat interventions.
Lloyd Gillet (2022): The efficacy of trained peer coaches in achieving leadership development goals versus untrained peer coaches. – Does having a trained peer coach contribute to achieving leadership development goals?
Basheer Muwadh Hussein Gubran (2022): Staff Turnover and Team Performance – What is the impact of staff turnover on team performance in International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Yemen Delegation?
Abdul Azim Halimi (2021): Remote Work - Making Remote Work Really Work. The Role of ICT in ICRC Afghanistan During Covid-19.
Lilli Heinrichs (2021): Informal Mentoring Experiences of Female Managers in the Humanitarian Field: Illuminating the Path for Aspiring Women Leaders.
Veronika Ursula Hinz-Gugliuzza (2022): Work in the Time of Covid-19 – Experiences from the field: Humanitarian Leaders go virtual – an example of ICRC in Nigeria.
Asaf Javarov (2021): Digital Transformation and ICT Organization Optimization - What are the ICT setup design options within the global non-profit organization field setting in the digital-transformation age?
Ahmad Kazouini (2021): Understanding the level of human centric approach in the problem-solving process in the ICRC’s Water and Habitat department in protracted conflicts.
Naveed Khan (2021): How Do We Encourage a Culture of Feedback, in Particularly 360-Degree Feedback, within the ICRC? - A Cross Sectional Based Study.
Johnson Kwangware (2022): The Role of Organisational Structure in the Delivery of Humanitarian Assistance.
Elena Leclerc (2021): Decision-making in humanitarian organizations - Understanding the challenge of compliance.
May Mousa (2021): Identifying the intergenerational differences in motivation within the ICRC, and their implications in terms of leadership.
Shazia Nawaz Umer (2021): Technological Innovation for Humanitarian Aid and Assistance – Optimization of Humanitarian Aid by Artificial Intelligence.
Mohamed Sheikheldin Osman Gamma (2022): Leadership and staff retention in three branches of the Sudanese Red Crescent Society – An exploration of factors of staff retention in SRCS branches in Darfur.
Uma Pandey (2021): Can flexible work options improve the retention of female workforce in the humanitarian sector within South Asian Context?
Budi Dhaju Parmadi (2023): ICT Resident employee turnover in the ICRC – What are the reasons contributing to the intention to leave?
Filipa Ranito Pessoa Anacoreta (2022): How green is the ICRC Nairobi Delegation? – What are the missing things to be (more) pro-environmental?
Hafizullah Safi (2021): The importance of trust in building high performing team during emergency relief assistance for displaced people.
Makram Soua (2021): Impact of Country Level Leadership Succession on Employee Engagement in ICRC. Does the leaders’ age and gender, and employees’ job grade influence the level of impact of succession on engagement?
Christophe Ami Léon Taramarcaz (2021): Shared Services Centers for nonprofit organizations - What are the motives for establishing Shared Services Centers in nonprofit organizations?
Khaing Thet Lynn (2022): What factors improve the efficiency of the blue-line leadership of the virtual team?
Guillaume Tendeme Thumba (2021): Relationship between ICRC compliance guidelines and the delivery of assistance in local field of operations.
Robert Richard Whelan (2022): How do crisis leaders manage emotion?
Ziaullah (2021): Islamic Principles of Leadership As Practiced by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and Contemporar Leadership Theories: An Appraisal of Transformational Leadership.