Dr. Anastasios Stalikas

Professor of Psychology, Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences

Anastasios Stalikas is a Psychology professor at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, an adjunct professor at McGill University, and a visiting professor and research associate at several universities, such as the National and Kapodistriako University of Athens, the University of Thessaly, the University of Cyprus and the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. He is the current President of the Hellenic Society of Positive Psychology, business consultant, trainer, coach, clinical psychologist and psychotherapist.

His research interests spring from the fields of Clinical and Counselling Psychology and his research initiatives aim in understanding the manner in which people “flourish” psychologically by implementing their character strengths, experiencing positive emotions, finding meaning in their lives, and by developing their psychological resilience. He is the author of 10 scientific books, more than 60 chapters in scientific books, and 200 articles in scientific journals and conference presentations at the international scientific community.

The last 25 years he is delivering workshops, experiential seminars, and lectures to companies, organizations and institutions in Europe, Asia, Australia, and America in order to identify, develop, and implement employees’ positive characteristics individually or within a group, enhance the vision of the company, and build a positive organizational culture. Unilever, PepsiCo, Loreal, P&G, Interamerican, 3M, AIG, SingularLogic, ING, Sanofi, Shell, Leroy Merlin, MyMarket, Cyprus Ministry of Labour, Mondelez, Pfizer Hellas, ING Hellas,  Eurobank,  Kleemann, Athens International Airport, Titan and Hellenic Petroleum are just some of the organizations, in which Dr. Stalikas imparted, trained, communicated and was moved by observing the positive change achieved at both individual and group level, since his and employers’ aim to increase employee’s satisfaction from work and their efficiency was achieved.

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