Trainer specialising in managerial effectiveness in managing diversity
Psychologist by education (Jagiellonian University) and a graduate of the Trainers’ School: “Professional Business Trainer” House of Skills. She has experience in working in different countries in Europe. She has gained business experience in Poland when she worked for Alexander Mann Solutions, where she worked as a recruitment consultant for a foreign corporate client. For five years she has specialised in managerial competence trainings as well as managing diversity and intercultural cooperation. She has conducted trainings also in English, for groups from 19 countries. She spoke at conferences: “Towards changes”, “Invest in diversity”, “Global reach, local touch”, “The strength of intercultural teams”, “HR challenges.”
She has worked as a trainer and consultant for clients such as: LCS Logistic, Motorola, NETIA, Dialog, Gigaset, SSC&BPO: ABB, Amway, Pandora, Kemira; CC: BZ WBK, Volkswagen Bank; Mars Polska, Infosys, Roche, Benefit Systems and many others. She has also offered advice to numerous owners and directors of small and medium enterprises.
For one year she worked as a consultant during the merger of Netia, Dialog and Crowley. While supporting the management in managing employees from the three organisations, she became familiar with the Telecom industry. She was one of the team leaders for internal consultants responsible for Organizational Effectiveness.
She completed the Leadership Development Intensive course organised by Scherer Leadership International and a course in Intercultural Navigators organised by British Council, which provided her with extensive grounds to understand diversity. In 2013-2015 she was the chairperson and coordinator of the trainers’ section within SIETAR Polska.
Personally, she’s a big fan of Indian cuisine and journeys into the unknown. Together with her husband she has written three traveller blogs, where they described their journeys to Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and India. She likes helping people grow by showing them new pathways and posing challenges.