The only training program in Poland with the highest level of accreditation by the International Association of Facilitators.
The training program develops of all competences according to the international facilitator competence profile developed by the International Association of Facilitators;
The skills acquired enable applying for international certification.
The trainers are IAF members and Certified Professional Facilitators.
Proactical focus during training, theoretical background provided on webinars.
Individual consultations of facilitation session programs which are run as part of Implementation task.
Group supervision of Implementation task.
Trainers are experienced in running facilitation projects for business.
Close cooperation with the Polish branch of the IAF.
Graduates in Poland
locations in Poland
looking for a way to increase the efficiency of their meetings and increase engagement in their teams;
interested in improving team planning and task distribution;
seeking new opportunities for professional development and who want to apply elements of facilitation in their work;
i osób pracujących w metodologiach zwinnych, które szukają metod na zwiększenie zaangażowania członków zespołów w realizację zadań;
and all those who work using agile methodologies, who are looking for methods to increase the team members involvement in task implementation;
responsible for collaborative learning & knowledge exchange in the organization;
who want to develop the ability to run workshops aimed at designing solutions for their clients;
seeking methods to engage employees in change;
interested in developing participative management style.
decision making in a team and action planning;
creating and improving solutions;
designing innovative products;
collaborative learning & knowledge exchange.
A member of the International Association of Facilitators, holding a title of Certified Professional Facilitator. I apply facilitation to support organizational change. Interested in facilitation as a method for supporting groups, I am School of Facilitators’ Program Content Supervisor. I am also interested in psychodynamic approaches to groups and organizations. The role of consultant in Group Relations conferences informs my consulting work.
A graduate of psychology from the Jagiellonian University, interested in practical applications of social psychology in groups and organizations, as well as psychology of learning and development.
I specialize in training focused on developing training and coaching skills, as well as using insights about group dynamics for managing teams and organizations. I am one of the trainers of “The Art and Science of Coaching”, and the Program Manager of trainers certification process.
I also have many years of experience in design and implementation of learning and development processes for managers and teams. I consult to organizations undergoing important changes, and apply individual or team coaching to support organizations in achieving their business goals.
My areas of training specialization are understanding group dynamics, creative problem solving, interpersonal competences, and training skills. I lead comprehensive projects of organizational culture change, facilitating work of teams at various levels of organizational structure.
In coaching, I integrate the solution-focused approach with psychodynamic understanding of groups and organizations. A Program Director of Jagiellonian University Extension’s School of Trainers. Co-author of “Employee Training and Organization Development”, as well as other publications for L&D professionals.
A practicing trainer and facilitator with a day job as a leader in IKEA marketing department. In my position, I often facilitate internal creative, strategic, and project planning workshops, supporting diverse teams from all parts of her organization.
I completed TROP coaching and training schools, and received IAF Certified Professional Facilitator credential. I am a certified Lego Serious Play® facilitator, an Insights Discovery consultant, and a passionate fan of using impro methods in business context.
knows the framework and basic assumptions of facilitation;
is able to diagnose the need for facilitation, agree on relevant goals and outcomes, and negotiate them with the group;
understands the role of facilitator and how it differs from other professional roles;
is able to create conditions for groups and individuals to use their potential more fully;
can apply a range of basic facilitation methods that support problem solving, designing products or services, planning, decision making, and collaborative learning;
understands the dynamics of a small working group, and can apply the understanding to create a safe environment and respond to group’s behaviour.
Kraków, Warszawa, Wrocław
9 900 PLN + 23% VAT(12 177 PLN gross) Payment up to 15 days before the training starts
8 900 PLN + 23% VAT(10 947 PLN gross) Payment up to 60 days before the training starts
9 400 PLN + 23% VAT(11 562 PLN gross) Payment up to 30 days before the training starts
4 x 2 475 PLN + 23% VAT(3 044,25 PLN gross) 1 st payment up to 15 days before the training starts
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