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Dr. Maya Shayya

Dr Maya Shayya holds a Doctorate degree in Business with an emphasis on Human Resource Management from Grenoble University, France, a Master's degree in Human Resource Management and a Bachelor degree in Public Administration both from the American University of Beirut.

Courses offered (1)

Enrolled Students (6)

Students completed Courses 33.33%


  • Doctorate in Business Administration,  Grenoble University
  • Master’s in Public Administration with emphasis on human resource management,  American University of Beirut
  • Bachelor in Public Administration, American University of Beirut

Teaching Experience

  • Instructor of Management, Lebanese American University and Hariri University
  • Instructor of Organizational Behavior, Lebanese American University
  • Instructor of Human Resource Management, Lebanese American University and Hariri University


  • Instructor at the Lebanese American University
  • Training Director for Gulf and MENA Region, Canadian Management Consultancy and Training


  • Instructor, Haigazian University
  • Human Resource Manager, Modern Engineering Company


  • Shayya, Maya . “ The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Productivity in the Lebanese Public Sector”. Presented in Academy of Global Business Advancement Conference in Thailand, July 2018 at NIDA (National Institute for Doctorate Studies published as book chapter for AGBA publications.
  • Shayya, Maya. “Emotional Intelligence”: An Advanced Perspective in Tourism and Hospitality.” Tourism and Hospitality in the MENA region; Opportunities and Challenges. The Lebanese University Central Administration, July 2017. Published at
  • Shayya, Maya. “Teaching and Learning Techniques: A paradigm Shift” International Scientific Conference for Higher Education: Challenges and Dilemmas Lebanon-Coral Beach 2007. Published at



Principles of Management – MGT 201

The course introduces the concept of management, specifically its history and philosophy. Students will study the basic functions of management and will be exposed to modern management practices, current events, problem solving, and ethical dilemmas. The course introduces topics such as decision-making, strategic and operational planning, organizational structure, human resource management, leadership, and control techniques.