Leadership & People
Interview
December 14, 2020

Purpose takeover: João Macedo

Big wave surfer. Owner of a surf school in Praia Grande, Sintra. Environmental advocate. João believes that "our connectionto fear, or the fact that we have to face our fears, gives us a doorway into growth."

Laurinda Alves

Laurinda Alves

Head Professor of Communication, Leadership and Ethics at Nova SBE. Journalist, columnist in Observador newspaper, online. Curator and Manager of Dialogue Cafe, a United Nations/Civilizations Alliance - Cisco - Fundação Gulbenkian project till June 2014. She has been a volunteer in a palliative care unit and is co-founder of Academia do Johnson.

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Person-job fit across the work lifespan: the case of classical ballet dancers

This study examines how employees assess demands-abilities and needs-supplies across their work lifespan, and how they better adjust to their work.

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Opinion Article
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A Modern Tale of Cultural Genocide

Uighurs are a Turkic-speaking Muslim minority from Central Asia. Most of them live in the autonomous province of Xinjiang, in China, while smaller communities can be found in neighbouring countries. Recently leaked Chinese government documents shed light on serious human rights violations performed on the province’s Uighur population and the high-scale brutal repression of minorities in China, notably regarding its “re-education” internment camps.

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Meet Margarida Fezas Vital - Nova SBE Alumna

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