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Shaheryar Naveed

Dr. Shaheryar Naveed serves as an Assistant Professor at the Public Administration Department and is the Director of Centre for Learning Excellence at Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. With over seventeen years of experience in academia, Corporate and development sector, Dr Naveed Holds a PhD in Management Sciences focused at Organizational behavior. His area of research is Leader member exchange and capacity building. Dr Naveed has Numerous global Publications, book chapters, Projects on his credit. He plays a pivotal role in advancing staff development through training initiatives and continuous learning practices. Driven by a commitment to enhance efficiency, he also harnesses technology to facilitate these endeavors.

Dr Shaheryar’s esteemed career includes serving as a Master Trainer and HR Consultant across various governmental and non-governmental organizations, both on national and international fronts.

Why you are interested in serving on GIS board and the contributions you hope to make:

I am deeply interested in serving on the board of the Global Implementation Society (GIS) due to my profound commitment to advancing the field of implementation science. Throughout my career, I have witnessed the transformative power of effective implementation strategies in translating research into impactful practice, ultimately improving outcomes for individuals and communities worldwide. Serving on the GIS board presents an unparalleled opportunity to contribute to the growth and development of the field, while also shaping the strategic direction of an organization at the forefront of this important work.

In my role as a board member, I aspire to make several key contributions. Firstly, I aim to leverage my expertise and experience to foster collaboration and innovation within GIS, facilitating the exchange of knowledge and best practices among members and stakeholders. By promoting a culture of learning and continuous improvement, I believe we can collectively enhance the effectiveness and impact of implementation efforts across diverse contexts. Additionally, I am committed to advocating for the importance of equity and inclusion in implementation practice, ensuring that our initiatives prioritize the needs and perspectives of marginalized communities. Through these efforts, I hope to help GIS fulfill its mission of promoting excellence in implementation science and driving positive change on a global scale.