SEERC is an overseas research centre of the University of Sheffield, established as a non-profit legal entity in Thessaloniki, Greece. The centre was founded by City College, the University’s International Faculty, in 2004. It is conducting multidisciplinary research in the fields of Enterprise, Innovation & Development, Information & Communication Technologies, and Society & Human Development. Through its “Strategic People Management Research Cluster” SEERC focuses on the global application of strategic people management issues in high growth / emerging markets in both private and public sectors, aiming to develop a critical base of human resource management research knowledge and to assist researchers, practitioners, and businesses push the frontiers of management knowledge. Among other topics we address Change Management, Leadership, Work-Life Balance and Management Education. Greece. SEERC adheres to the quality principles for doing research including ethical, environmental and equal opportunities considerations of the University of Sheffield. The centre cooperates with research and civil society partners all over Europe though formal and informal networks. It is a founding member of the Triple Hellix Association (Greek chapter) and the Greek Business Angels Network (a chapter of the European Business Angels Network).
SEERC’s team of experts who were included in the project’s activities:
Team Leader and Contact person
(Director of SEERC)
- Mr. Nikos Lambridis – expert, certified Trainer and Coach for top Management Executives;
- Dr. Leslie Szamosi – Senior Lecturer and Academic Director, The University of Sheffield International Faculty, City College (Greece).