Mensagem de boas-vindas aos participantes do IV Seminário Internacional de Desenvolvimento de Carreira e Aconselhamento

ORADORES PRINCIPAIS

Alessandro Lo Presti

Lea Ferrari

She is an associate professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology, University of Padova, where she teaches Diversity management in the workplace and Psychology of inclusion for people with disability. Her research efforts are devoted to the study of variables and processes that facilitate  building capacities across career and life span. Special attention is  reserved to contextual and preventive factors with the aim of promoting work and social participation, quality of life and work satisfaction. Activities include setting up of instruments, planning and verify the efficacy of career training programs. She is actually co-leading the international project Socio-emotional learning and career development (http://fisppa.psy.unipd.it/overflyng/) that starting from educators’ point of view aims to explore, analyse and promote the links between these two fields. She is an associate professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology, University of Padova, where she teaches Diversity management in the workplace and Psychology of inclusion for people with disability. Her research efforts are devoted to the study of variables and processes that facilitate  building capacities across career and life span.

Special attention is  reserved to contextual and preventive factors with the aim of promoting work and social participation, quality of life and work satisfaction.Activities include setting up of instruments, planning and verify the efficacy of career training programs. She is actually co-leading the international project Socio-emotional learning and career development (http://fisppa.psy.unipd.it/overflyng/) that starting from educators’ point of view aims to explore, analyse and promote the links between these two fields. She is also responsible for the Italian unit in the EU project CONNECT! (2019-2022) that aims to link counseling and human resource management practices into organizations. She is also member of the EU project ps.SMILE (2019-2022) that aims to promote socioemotional learning in primary schools. She is member of the board of the University Network for Innovation in Guidance Foundation (NICE). She is also member of the IAEVG and IAAP Counseling Division 16 and serves as co-editor of the Turkish Journal of Education TURJE for the counseling and guidance field and as editor of the newsletter of the IAAP Counseling Division 16.

Alessandro Lo Presti graduated in Psychology at the University of Palermo and received a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Bologna. He is currently Associate Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" (Naples) where he teaches at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate level. He had international research and teaching experiences in Finland, France, Romania, United States, United Kingdom.

As for his main research interests, he carried out research examining predictors, outcomes and moderators of job insecurity, developing a newer theoretical model on employability as well as validating a measure and providing preliminary empirical evidence, investigating on the outcomes of career attitudes and predictors of career success on a variety of peculiar occupational groups (e.g., freelancers, project managers, graduates), and examining antecedents and consequences of work-family interface.
He has published, among others, on Human Resource Management Journal, Organizational Psychology Review, Journal of Career Development, Career Development International, International Journal of Training and Development.

He is member (and past coordinator) of the Italian research network "WiP" (https://aipass.org/node/6938) focused on employability and career development, and member of the Italian research network "MeMoS" (https://aipass.org/node/14115/) focused on vocational guidance in university contexts.

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