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Moacir Carlos

Moacir Carlos Sampaio Silva
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Moacir Carlos

Moacir Carlos Sampaio Silva
Adjunct Professor

Human Resources Management
Professor Moacir Carlos Sampaio Silva has worked for 40 years in culture renewal and change process management in mergers & acquisitions, strategic and tactic alignment, negotiation, conflict overcoming, agreement implementation and people management. As an executive, he held top positions in the areas of corporate planning, human capital management, and business development, for over 25 years in companies such as Durex, Grupo BMG, Citibank, Grupo Confab and Método Engenharia. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from PUC-SP, a Specialization Certificate in Organizational Social Psychology from Instituto Sedes Sapientiae, and a Specialization Certificate in Organizational Strategies from Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania and Quality Services from Disney Training Center. Moacir Silva is an adjunct professor of Behavior and Management at Fundação Dom Cabral; he is a guest professor at FIA - Fundação Instituto de Administração (USP). In these institutions he has worked for programs in private companies such as FIAT, IVECO, FPT, AGCO, BRASKEM, CATERPILLAR, SEMP-TOSHIBA, PETRÓLEO IPIRANGA, VOLVO, SOUZA CRUZ, HOSPITAL SANTA CATARINA, HOSPITAL ALBERT EINSTEIN, UNIFESP, UNIMED, BANCO DO BRASIL, BANCO ITAÚ, SESC, SENAI, among others. In the public sector Moacir Silva has worked for PETROBRÁS, EMBRAPA, Federal Supreme Court, Justice Supreme Court, Court of Auditors, Ministry of Health, Secretariat of Public Management for the State of Sao Paulo, Secretariat of Finance for the State of Ceara, HOSPITAL DAS CLÍNICAS-UNIFESP, INSTITUTO DA CRIANÇA, INTERLAGOS Hospital and Maternity. He is a speaker on culture, behavior and management, generations, adjustiment psychology, communication psychology and agreement implementation. Silva is the author of the books: “Crise, Trabalho e Saúde Mental no Brasil (Editora Traço, 1986) and “Mérito, Desempenho e Resultados” (FIA, 2014).

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