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Helena de Almeida
Helena Almeida (firstname.lastname@example.org) is assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Algarve, member of the Center for Research on Spaces and Organizations (CIEO) holds a PhD in Organizational Psychology and a specialist in the areas of Human Resources Management and Organizational Behavior. The main research interest’s is related to the transfer of knowledge, entrepreneurial ecosystems, empowerment, engagement and innovation. She is the author of numerous articles published in international journals with revision process, chapters of international books, national books and Editor of International Handbook Almeida, H. & Sequeira, B. Author(s)/Editor(s). (2018). The Role of Knowledge Transfer in Open Innovation. Igi. Global Disseminator of Knowledge. Copyright:© 2019. Master’s Management Diretor (2018 –until now) and Master’s Sociology Subdirector (2012-2014). Member of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Economics (2017-2019). António Dornelas Premium 2017 Santos, A.J.R. ; Rebelo, E.L. ; Almeida, H.; Mendes, J.C. (2017). Critical factor of the Portuguese mandatory occupational safety and health management system in preventing work‐related accidents). Member participant of a National Project “design innovation, creativity and competitiveness” in association with the Portuguese Association of Design, CIEO and researchers of FE / Ualg (2015). Member of the team as a participant, of the European Project HARVEST Atlantic – Harnessing all resources valuable to economies of seaside territories on the Atlantic, is an European project approved by the Atlantic Area Programme 2007-13, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) (2014). Personal Profile Analysis (APP) of (more than 780 people) executive and operational in companies in the Algarve and Lisbon: use of software from Thomas International through the Portuguese representative Human Resource Management Systems (SGRH). She have been accredited by Thomas International since 1994 as a user of its software in the analysis of professional profiles. First Researcher of the European Community Project Community Initiative Employment – NOW AXIS – New opportunities - Equal opportunities for women in employment (Employment - Now), funded by the Portuguese State and the European Social Fund (1994). Coordinator of the Petra II Community Project - European Community Action Program for Vocational Youth Training and preparation for active living (Young workers) (1993). Worked at Center for Vocational Training for Trade (CECOA) at Lisbon (Portugal) as responsible for Pedagogical Training of Trainers (1989 – 1997) and at Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) in Portugal developing educational, training, cultural and recreational programs for youth (1986 – 1989).