Prof. Leslie T. Szamosi
Κολέγιο CITY College
Main Campus, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Prof. Leslie T. Szamosi

Professor / Director Pan-European MBA

Academic Position

Professor /  Director Pan-European MBA

Academic Qualifications

PhD in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management, Carleton University, Canada
MMS in Marketing & International Business, Carleton University Ottawa, Canada
B.Comm. (Hons.) in Marketing, Carleton University Ottawa, Canada

Office Leontos Sofou Building, 8th floor
Telephone 2310 514 771 (ext. 130)

Prof. Szamosi is a highly sought after speaker in the area of organizational change and the management of change. He is a Professor and the Director of the Pan-European MBA program and a Founder and Co-Director of the Laboratory for Strategic People Management. He is a member of the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and is regular evaluator and assessor of European Union funded projects. Following five years as the Marketing Manager for an international bio-technology and opto-electronics company in Ottawa (Canada), Prof. Szamosi worked as a private consultant for diverse organisations such as the European Union (KOMVER II Project), Digital Electronics (now part of Compaq Computers), Human Resources Development Canada, Industry Canada, KPMG Management, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (C.I.B.C.), and TELUS. He has presented seminars and workshops for a variety of organizations and institutions such as Heineken, Deutsche Telecom, the International Finance Corporation, the World Bank, A1 (MTel), Oracle,  and the European Business Association.


Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour, Change Management, International Marketing, International Business, 

Research Interests

Human Resource Management · Organizational Change · Resistance to Change · Strategic Human Resource Management · Performance Management · Knowledge Management · Employment Contracts · Population Groupings (e.g., Generation X, Generation Y) International Marketing: · Product Country Images (Country of Origin Impact) · International Market Selection · International Marketing Strategy · Tourism Destination Image Management · Small Business Clusters and Cluster Development · Business Strategy Formulation Structures · Technology Transfer · Outsourcing


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