“The consistency between words and deeds”, “to do the right thing even no one is watching”; ” Integrity is considered to be the most important asset that business leaders should possess. But how integral are business leaders in practice and we ourselves? What sort of a collective path have we carved? Dr. Konstantinos Tasoulis climbs the stage of the 3rd TEDxChalkida to talk about the importance and ways of developing integrity in our time, aiming to create healthier businesses, better working life, and to keep talents in our country Dr. Konstantinos Tasoulis is an educator, researcher, and business consultant in the field of human resources management. He is an Associate professor of human resources management at the American College of Greece (DEREE & amp; ALBA), where he teaches strategic human resources management, leadership and organizational behavior in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. He has also trained students in universities beside Greece such as the New York University and the University of Bath, as well as executives of all levels in numerous enterprises. His research interests include strategic management of human recourses, the integrity of leadership, management and development of talents, and corporate social responsibility. His studies have been published in international scientific journals, books, conferences, as well as in the domestic press. He has supervised doctoral theses at the International School of Management in Paris, he is one of the edition curators of the International Leadership Journal, and co-founder of Hellenic HR Pedia (hrpi.gr). He has worked as a human resource management consultant at PwC (2007- 2010) offering services to Greek and multinational companies of various fields. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Bath (2007) as a Scholar of the Alexandros Onassis Public Benefit Foundation. He speaks four languages and he holds an MSc in Management and HRM, University of Bath, and BA Economics diplomas, the University of the West of England, Bristol, which were awarded with distinction. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This