Members of AmCham Young Leaders Club had lunch with Lucija Mulej Mlakar, PhD, director of Budnjani d.o.o. As Empower Lunch is dedicated to tackling some of the existing business challenges the participants might have, Lucija shared her knowledge and ideas with the group.
Assosiate Professor Lucija Mulej Mlakar, PhD holds a PhD in Sociology of Science and has undertaken many different projects in her life. As a scientific associate she is participating with the Faculty of Management in Koper (Fakulteta za management Koper) in two projects. Apart from that Assosiate Professor Lucija Mulej Mlakar, PhD is working with many organisations, schools and NGOs, where she has been trying to introduce the “open coordination” method, where the concept of health is understood actively: reasons for illness are on many levels, and the society as a whole is also responsible. Recently she has been more present in the economy and various fields of entrepreneurship, where she has been trying to introduce coaching crossed with cognitive research findings and contemporary approaches in genetics, which understand a human being as a field of un-researched possibilities. The significance of coaching is expanded by terminology and practice of personal, corporal, spiritual and mind engineering. Assosiate Professor Lucija Mulej Mlakar, PhD's scientific and professional references (anthropology, sociology, psychoanalysis, philosophy) provide argumentation for numerous personal and ontological questions, as well as scientific and professional. She is contributing author to the Managers’ Association’s MQ magazine and the journal Prepletanja. Her research interests include studies in psycho-social profiles of people and cultures where she has achieved great success in working on individual, team and group levels. Her references are crucial for developing potentials of enterprises, individuals and institutions.
Absolutely, the right content for Empower Lunch - interesting, sincere, different, direct, high-energy and useful.
Tamara Zalar, Tajfun