Monday, July 10, 2023 (4:30 pm - 5:30 pm)

WEBINAR LIVE
Philosophy and Management.
Building positive relationships with others. The thought of the great, from Heraclitus and Plato to Hume



This Ambrosetti LIVE webinar is part of a series dedicated to the search for points of contact between the corporate world and the thought of the great philosophers. Each event will address a topical issue for business leaders, starting from the ideas and reflections of the philosophers of the past, a world far from the managerial but closer than we think.
 
Every day, managers are called to confront with other people. Whether it is to guide them, to give feedback, to listen to them or to support them, managing relationships with others may not be easy, especially if on the opposite side there is someone with a very different or polarized personality, maybe even toxic.
 
How to manage relationships with others in a positive way, achieving the desired results without being exhausted?
Can confrontation and exchange be enriching, as according to Heraclitus, or are they destined to corrupt us and harm us, as Plato argued instead?
Should we welcome without hesitation what others convey to us, or accept it with caution, knowing that it can affect us negatively?
 
Starting from these questions, Mauro Bonazzi, philosopher and author, will guide participants to reflect on the thoughts of these and other great philosophers, aimed at drawing the suggestions that philosophy gives to managers, to better relate to the people around us.

Speaker

Mauro Bonazzi

Professor of ancient and medieval philosophy at the University of Utrecht

Programme

July 10, 2023
4:30 pm - 5 pm Speech by Mauro Bonazzi
5 pm - 5:30 pm Debate

Meeting documents

Nota informativa

WEBINAR LIVE
Philosophy and Management.
Building positive relationships with others. The thought of the great, from Heraclitus and Plato to Hume

Nota informativa

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WEBINAR LIVE
Philosophy and Management.
Building positive relationships with others. The thought of the great, from Heraclitus and Plato to Hume

Kit