Jo Pavezi is a studious of a relational issues and corporate environments, believing that by talking authentically, people bring their dilemmas and vulnerabilities to building a collective purpose, enabling connections and facilitating personal transformations beyond organizational boundaries.

Serves national and multinational companies, medium and large, throughout Brazil and Europe. Until 2002 she worked in Sao Paulo - SP, capital, and since 2003 is headquartered in Curitiba - PR/Brazil.

Professional qualification

  • Psychologist from the Methodist University of São Paulo
  • Coach accredited by the Latin American Coaching Society
  • Change Management Training - London, England
  • Holism and Leadership Training - Schumacher College, England
  • Psychotherapist specializing in Psychodrama and Transpersonal Psychology

Jo Pavezi is a studious of a relational issues and corporate environments, believing that by talking authentically, people bring their dilemmas and vulnerabilities to building a collective purpose, enabling connections and facilitating personal transformations beyond organizational boundaries.

Serves national and multinational companies, medium and large, throughout Brazil and Europe. Until 2002 she worked in Sao Paulo - SP, capital, and since 2003 is headquartered in Curitiba - PR/Brazil.

Professional qualification

  • Psychologist from the Methodist University of São Paulo
  • Coach accredited by the Latin American Coaching Society
  • Change Management Training - London, England
  • Holism and Leadership Training - Schumacher College, England
  • Psychotherapist specializing in Psychodrama and Transpersonal Psychology

In the book ‘Invite your enemy for some coffee, Jo Pavezi invites you to think about relational conflicts and seek ways to detach ideas and concepts that lead to them.

Are you living a relational conflict with your staff, or in your personal life, and want a way to reflect on it? Choose a card and find a tip that can help you.

Learn more about Jo Pavezi's work in interviews, videos and reports of her experiences in Brazil and in the world helping people to confront their conflicts.

In the book ‘Invite your enemy for some coffee, Jo Pavezi invites you to think about relational conflicts and seek ways to detach ideas and concepts that lead to them.

Are you living a relational conflict with your staff, or in your personal life, and want a way to reflect on it? Choose a card and find a tip that can help you.

Learn more about Jo Pavezi's work in interviews, videos and reports of her experiences in Brazil and in the world helping people to confront their conflicts.

In the book ‘Invite your enemy for some coffee, Jo Pavezi invites you to think about relational conflicts and seek ways to detach ideas and concepts that lead to them.

Are you living a relational conflict with your staff, or in your personal life, and want a way to reflect on it? Choose a card and find a tip that can help you.

Learn more about Jo Pavezi's work in interviews, videos and reports of her experiences in Brazil and in the world helping people to confront their conflicts.