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Dr Nuno Da Camara BA, BSc, MSc, PhD

Director of MBA, Lecturer in HR and Organisational Behaviour

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Dr Nuno Da Camara is MBA Director and Lecturer in HR and Organisational Behaviour within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton.

Nuno obtained his PhD in Organisational Behaviour from Henley Business School where he also held the posts of Client Relationship Director and Research Fellow in the John Madejski Centre for Reputation.

He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at Henley Business School and advises a variety of organisations on internal reputation and engagement through his own consultancy (ZarQuest). Nuno was previously Director at ReputationInc, an international reputation management consultancy based in London. Before that he spent 10 years working in corporate communications for Aviva, Clifford Chance, Citigate Communications, Smithfield Financial, European Banking Federation and J.P.Morgan.

Nuno is a native English speaker and speaks Portuguese, Spanish and French fluently. He is also a qualified Executive Coach and a member of the Chartered Management Institute.

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Nuno’s research is focused on the relationship between organisations and their employees and encompasses :

  • corporate reputation;
  • trust in management;
  • organisational emotional intelligence;
  • psychological climate;
  • employee engagement;
  • positive psychology and wellbeing.

He has undertaken research with public, private and not-for-profit organisations in a variety of sectors.

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Dr Nuno Da Camara
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

Room Number:2/5011

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