Lorenzo Gallì


Lorenzo Gallì is an Evidence-Based Management enthusiast that wants to create awareness about the science of human behavior at work. With a MS degree in I/O Psychology from the University of Bologna (IT), Valencia (ES) and Maastricht (NL), he now works at Mercer as a Talent Management consultant. A former professional basketball player, he still enjoys playing some ball and going hiking in the mountains.

LinkedIn: it.linkedin.com/in/gallilorenzo/ or Twitter: @LGalliHR

2370ca7  Giulia Varagona


Consultant at cut-e France, she graduated in I/O Psychology at the University of Bologna and Paris Descartes, and she studied at the University of Torino and Geneva. Her interests are oriented to human factors, ergonomy, wellbeing at work, fairness and change management . When she does not dream about saving the world (as a good Girl-Scout) she loves to cook, to read and to go trekking.

LinkedIn it.linkedin.com/in/giuliavaragona or Twitter: @GVaragonaHR

 Rossella Barilli

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After graduating in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology at the University of Bologna, Rossella Barilli is now working for an international consulting in Germany, following her interest and passion in Leadership and Talent Development. She is currently engaged in learning German and in the meantime, she also enjoys dancing salsa, playing basketball and practicing artistic gymnastics.

LinkedIn it.linkedin.com/in/rossellabarilli/en

IMG_0901 Pietro Marenco

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After taking a MS degree in I/O Psychology from the University of Bologna (IT) and the University of Valencia (SP), Pietro currently works as Freelance R&D Consultant as Fellow of the Center for Evidence-Based Management. He believes there’s always a better way of doing something, a for clearer purposes. Pietro loves a myriad of things, but is particularly keen about turning kitchens into restaurants.

LinkedIn https://it.linkedin.com/in/pietromarenco/en

 Paolo Sciacovelli


Paolo has a MS in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology from University of Bologna (IT) and has recently studied Industrial Relations at Università Cattolica in Milan (IT). He strives to learn always more about the future of work and believes the future of HR is in Evidence-Based Management. From the age of 11 he plays acoustic and electric guitar, and is still unable to decide which one he loves the most.

LinkedIn it.linkedin.com/pub/paolo-sciacovelli/65/3b6/971/en

Iulia Alina CiocaIulia Alina Cioca


Iulia graduated in WOP psychology from the University of Valencia, after an educational journey that started in Romania, and continued through Austria, Italy and Canada. She has worked as a talent management consultant in Milan, Italy. Currently she is a trainer for a multinational company. Her professional interests are organizational change, teamwork, psychometrics and training. Her passions are reading, taking long walks anywhere in cities or nature, and languages, especially teaching them to children.

LinkedIn  linkedin.com/in/iuliacioca/

Wendy HirschWendy Hirsch


Wendy is passionate about helping organizations turn their great ideas into great achievements. She provides consulting and coaching services to organizations on implementing for results and regularly writes about strategic implementation topics on her blog. She has an MS in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in International Studies from American University. Her other pursuits include yoga, meditation and exploring the National Parks of the United States.

Web: wendyhirsch.com


Twitter: twitter.com/wendy_hirsch

Della RathDella Rath


Della works as a business psychologist at a people consultancy in London. Her interest in the scientific study of human behaviour led to her studying a BSc in psychology at Maynooth University in Ireland and an MSc in Occupational Psychology at Birkbeck University, London. Her goal is to change the commonly held perception that being miserable at work is acceptable and expected. Her passion is applying evidence-based practice to make work better for everybody. She also loves singing and going on hiking adventures.

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dellarath

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Della_Rath

Mark SeabrightMark Seabright


Mark is a consultant, coach and mentor who uses an Evidence Based approach with individual and corporate clients in the UK and Europe. He particularly enjoys working with clients on maintaining peak performance, developing current and future leaders, group dynamics and improving productivity at work.He has an MSc in Organisational Behaviour and a Post Graduate Certificate in Coaching from Birkbeck, University of London. He is also a Certified Accountant and highly experienced CFO with thirty five years business experience. His interest in T’ai Chi led him to write The T’ai Chi Way to Business Success (available on Kindle and iTunes).

Web: www.in-the-moment.co.uk

LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/markseabright

Katherine Evans


Katherine works as a Business Psychologist for a consultancy firm, helping clients design robust engagement surveys, 360 degree feedback systems and performance management programmes. Her passion for research and evidence-based practice was sparked during her Psychology undergraduate degree at Cardiff University, and continued during her MSc.in Organisational Psychology at City University. Katherine’s particular interests lie around employee wellbeing, performance management, and future of selection and assessment. In her spare time, Katherine is a keen classical musician, traveller and (very) amateur boxer.

LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/kevans3

Daniela Reuteler


Soon to graduate from a Master in I/O Psychology from the University of Barcelona (ES) and Bologna (IT), Daniela is a multicultural professional learning the ropes of HR. She is fascinated by the start-up world, new technologies and how they affect the way we work today. In her free time she enjoys a good outdoor run and meeting people from different cultures.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielareuteler/

Emilia Wietrak


Emilia graduated in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology from University of Barcelona and Bologna. Currently she is a HR Consultant, Recruiter and PhD Candidate in Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Barcelona. Her professional interests are focused on work motivation, positive psychology at work, selection and personnel development. In her free time she enjoys sports – from yoga to CrossFit –, she loves travelling and discovering new places, cultures and food.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emiliawietrak/

Federica Rusmini


Fede works as a Business Psychologist at Arctic Shores, a provider of game-based assessments, after graduating in Occupational Psychology from Goldsmiths University in London. Her passion is to use evidence to help organizations making better people decisions, and people making better career choices. She believes that a combination of science and innovation can solve a lot of HR challenges, and that the mission of a scientist is to always keep a curious mind.

She can always be found with a coffee mug in her hands, and she claims to make the best ‘ragu’ in the world.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FRusmini

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/federicarusmini/


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