3º Seminar of the roadmap “Emotions, control and ethical dilemmas”

The third seminar in the itinerary “Emotions, control and ethical dilemmas” will be held on 6 May at 8 pm via Zoom (https://bit.ly/49Boerc). The session will be attended by Alexandra Leandro, from the School of Communication of the Polytechnic of Coimbra, and Fabio Josgrilberg, from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo.

The changes intensified by the digitalisation of the post-pandemic world of work require us to reflect on emotions and control at work, in public and private life and their ethical dilemmas.

Alexandra Leandro, born in Porto in 1975, has been a lecturer in Communication, Media and Organisational Sciences at the School of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra since 2002. Her teaching career followed several years in the marketing departments of Portuguese companies, mainly in the food industry. She graduated in Social Communication, Advertising, from the University of Minho in 1998. She has a postgraduate degree in Communication Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, an MBA in Marketing from Porto Business School and a Master’s degree in Business Management from the University of Porto. In 2017, she obtained her PhD in Communication Sciences from the University of Minho, with her dissertation entitled “The Communication of Socially Responsible Organisations: an analysis of social responsibility reports”.

Fabio B. Josgrilberg is a professor of communication, with an emphasis on creative processes, agile frameworks, innovation processes, stakeholder management and reputation. He is a partner in the consultancy GKS (gks.com.br), which specialises in corporate socio-environmental and socio-economic development projects. He has worked on projects with large companies such as Vale, Nexa, BRK, União Química, Braskem, Grupo Rovema, Maroni Transportes, as well as offering training to various companies such as BRF, Aché, Grupo Fleury, Adecoagro, Telefônica, FEMSA Coca-Cola, Bungue, Johnson & Johnson, among others. He is a journalist from the Methodist University of São Paulo, holds a master’s degree in Media Studies from Concordia University (Canada), a doctorate in Communication Sciences from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a post-doctorate from @MediaLSE at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He was Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research and Acting Dean of the Methodist University of São Paulo, a member of the board of 100 Open Startups.

This programme includes four webinars, with national and international speakers, which will be held throughout the 2023/24 academic year. The aim is to revisit teaching and research centred on current issues, contrasting perspectives and multidisciplinary training areas.

[Posted: 16-04-2024]