Galli Andrea | BBS - Bologna Business School

Andrea
Galli


Galli
Vice Presidente e Amministratore Delegato Empatheia Adjunct
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BIO

He was born in Condove, where he actually lives, in the Susa Valley (TO). He started his activity as a socio-cultural animator and as a trainer at the end of the ’70s.
He carries out training interventions in the behavioural area, he has been a consultant to important training companies and has worked and operates in leading Italian companies and public administration bodies.
For many years he has also been involved in the conception and organization of cultural events in the field of entertainment and he has been artistic and organizational manager of numerous exhibitions, festivals and theater events.
He is currently Vice-President and Director of Empatheia S.r.l, and he collaborates with other centers and training companies at national level.
He has taught for over 10 years personal development at the Master Business Administration (MBA) and the Master in Finance and Management Control (MFC) of Profingest in Bologna, now Bologna Business School, where since 2009 he has taught in the General Management Programme (GMP).
He has also collaborated with the Department of Communication and Performing Arts at the Catholic University of Milan. He is the creator, author and speaker of the training events for corporate conventions produced by Empatheia: “Beyond the screen”; “Building a winning team” (with Vittorio Munari, General Manager Rugby Benetton Treviso and TV commentator Sky TV); “Building bridges, climbing over walls, exploring elsewhere” (with the theater actress Laura Curino and trainers Roberto Grandis and Roberto Canu); “Walking on the wire: elements of daily acrobatics for ladies” (with Laura Curino and the trainers Chiara Di Noia and Federica Grandis).

COURSES

  • Framework of the managerial role
  • Leadership: framework and styles
  • Difference between leadership and leadership style
  • Change Management
  • Managing collaborators and relationships
  • Team Building
  • How to develop people management skills
General Management Program