Is work still an empowering activity? Selfish and overwhelmed by stress: this is how we often behave at work, generating sorrow for ourselves, too. Even if we are all aware that we’d just need to look away from the PC and interact with others, listen and talk to each other. In one word, we’d just need empathy. Nine stories of hidden talents, concealed by apparently unbreakable shields, written by a sensitive and expert HR Director, working with successful and less successful organizations. Virginia Piccirilli selects and writes, in an ironical and brilliant fashion, both personal and professional true stories that are full of empathy, emotional intelligence and humanity.
Virginia Piccirilli, HR Director at Darag, has previously been HR manager at important multinational companies. She started her career in HR while completing her International Business Law master degree at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, after successfully achieving International Bacchalaureate bilingual diploma at United World College of the Adriatic, in Duino (Trieste). During her 20 year-career in HR, she specialized in talent management and organization. Born in Naples, but stateless in the heart, she has lived in Italian major cities and abroad. She authored the book “Shall we interview?” (2016) and manages the self-titled blog www.iosperiamochecolloquio.com.