Sharoq Ibrahim al-Malki, chief human capital officer at the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA), won the “Young HR Professional Award for the Year 2013” at HR Summit and Expo 2013, held in Dubai recently.
Al-Malki received the award from Humaid Mohamed al-Qatami, Minister of Education in the United Arab Emirates.
The QMA chief human capital officer was selected for the honour due to her achievements in the field of HR and for meeting the standards and criteria for the award, which included focusing on distinguished leadership skills and the development of management methods in HR that are reflected in an improved organisational performance.
“This award reflects young Qataris’ distinction and abilities in terms of creativity, innovation and efficiency. The award is based on the standards and principles pursued by a panel of judges specialised in research and investigation on the mechanisms and rules applied in each institution, as well as personal and leadership aspects characterised by individual and managerial aspects,” said al-Malki. “This accomplishment demonstrates our ability, as Qataris specialised in human resources management, to achieve the best rewards of real investment in human capital and reflects our continuous pursuit of innovation and creativity.”
The HR Summit and Expo 2013 is one of the most important events in the field of human resources in the Middle East. During the event, the latest strategies and techniques and best international practices developed by HR leaders are discussed.
The presentation submitted by al-Malki reflected a case study on the relationship between investing in employee welfare and organisational performance, in which she shared some applicable examples that have been achieved within the Human Capital Division, illustrated positive reflection in some performance management indicators as well as the lessons learned.
Al-Malki has won numerous local and international awards recently and is currently on a study leave to complete her doctoral dissertation from the US in the field of organisational psychology.
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