Areas of expertise:
I work with leadership teams, inviting them to discuss the future of the organisation they manage and helping them to shape their culture together. I run team and individual coaching, and participate in long-term consulting projects supporting organisational change.
I design tools and standards for the professional development of trainers and the development of organisation-wide conditions favouring learning and exchange of experience. I have authored the Małopolska Standards of Education and Training Service, competence profiles, training curricula, and knowledge management tools.
I indicate practical applications of the knowledge of psychology in many fields of life, notably management, training, coaching, problem-solving, and decision-making. I also deliver short, inspiring talks on these subjects. I work in Poland and abroad: I am a member of the international Erickson Coaching International trainer team, and one of the instructors of the School of Thinking programme run by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
I am interested in sociological and technological forecasts of the nearest future, and methods of strategic planning that take them into consideration. I am interested in the links between theory and practice ? the limitation of options as a result of attempts to apply scientific knowledge in solving everyday problems. I also draw from the knowledge of the psychology of thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving.
Education and certificates:
I graduated in Applied Psychology from the Jagiellonian University and hold a doctorate in psychology: my academic research concerned skill learning. I have completed multiple training and coaching courses, and hold the Professional Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation.