Tampere University of Applied Sciences, C wing, 1st floor
Jorge F. S. Gomes from Portugal gives lectures about self-leadership and wellbeing skills at Y-kampus.
On Thursday 2.11. at Y-kampus Kauppi (Tampere University of Applied Sciences) he lectures about the topic "Stress and Wellbeing: Finding a balance in life". On Wednesday 1.11. his lecture "Self-Leadership: Guiding yourself to guide others" is held at the University of Tampere.
The events are open for everyone interested in self-development and the event language is English. More information on the lectures, please see the website of Y-kampus.
Stress is said to be one of the most prevalent and widespread problems in modern societies. Children start feeling pressures from school and families early in life, and even retired people feel the burden of sustaining their standards of living. This view of stress, however, does not say it all about how stress in human beings. Stress is also a strong survival and evolutionary mechanism, hence the key thought is how to manage stress, and to make sure that one lives life with the minimum level of dysfunctional stress, and the maximum level of wellbeing. This presentation offers a brief journey through stress and wellbeing, with the aim of changing common and often incorrect or incomplete views of these concepts.
About Jorge F. S. Gomes:
-PhD in Management at Manchester Business School, Manchester;
-MSc in Statistics and Information Systems Management, ISEGI-Lisbon Nova University;
-BSc in Social and Organisational Psychology, ISPA, Lisbon;
-Associate Professor at ISEG/ULisboa, where he teaches HRM, OB, and strategic management;
-Director of the MBA-ISEG/ULisboa, and of the Fast-Track Management Programme;
-Previously, he conducted research and/or taught at ICESI (Colombia), ISCTE/IUL (Portugal), the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), ISPA (Portugal), and the University of Twente (the Netherland);
-More than 100 scientific papers and books, both national and international; researcher in the HRM area;
-Key note invited speaker in several universities, in Brazil, UK, Russia, Latvia, and Croatia, amongst others.
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