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Filipa Castanheira is Professor of Human Resource Management. She received her PhD in Social Psychology from Universidade de Lisboa. Her research has been published in journals such as the Human Resource Management (2015; 2014; 2010), International Journal of Training and Development (2012), Journal of Managerial Psychology (2012), Economic and Industrial Democracy (2015; 2010); Journal of Business and Psychology (2006); Military Psychology (2016; 2015a; 2015b); Leadership (2016); and Journal of Organizational Behavior (2016, 2007), among others. The International Network of Business and Management Journals (INBAM-2013) recently distinguished her work with a “Best Paper” award in the track of Journal of Managerial Psychology.

She teaches Human Resource Management and Leadership and Change Management at Nova and collaborates with several programs of Executive Education. She is the academic coordinator of the Programa de Gestão Aplicada (Nova SBE Executive Education), and also coordinates the Research Seminars- Management series.

Current research interests include: human resource management, leadership, stress and well-being at work, service sector, job design and relational demands, and employment relationships.

Education/Academic qualification

Organization Studies, Visiting Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management

Award Date: 17 Dec 2013

Social Psychology, Doctorate, Burnout in Service Occupations: The role of organizations in promoting healthy workplaces, Universidade de Lisboa

Award Date: 12 Oct 2009

Psychology, Master, Emotional demands in service, Universidade de Lisboa

Award Date: 13 Apr 2005

External positions

Assistant Professor, Universidade de Lisboa

1 Oct 200231 Aug 2012


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