Piotr Cielecki, motivational speaker, business coach, expert and lecturer at Harvard Business Review. For over ten years, he has been supporting Polish and foreign companies in creating successful teams, engaging in effective communication, persuasive public appearances, management and leadership, provocative sales, and building recognisable brands.
Piotr specialises in business practices where he uses his extensive experience in sales as well as in the building and running of effective teams. Over the ten years of his professional work, he has become a specialist in the preparation of original training programs designed to maximise the potential and competence of participants. He is the author of innovative solutions dedicated to employees occupying specialist and managerial positions. At work, he is particularly valued for his exemplary professionalism, high mindfulness focused on the group process, innovative approach and extensive business experience. In 2017, he began his cooperation with Harvard Business Review, where he implements managers in the process of building strong and effective teams.
For many years, he was associated with the pharmaceutical industry, for which he developed proprietary systems of effective sales. He gained experience as a consultant in enterprises dealing with the implementation of new technologies, and as the creator of sales teams in insurance companies and banks. There, he also specialised in implementing a coaching work model with a senior and middle management team. The creator of original training programs, such as Keys to change, Vision Quest, Synergy: The Power Of Successful Team Building.
Author of the book "Keys to change". In 2017, together with Aleksander Dulak, he co-founded The Kołczers – a project based on the principles of gelontology, which combines in its program elements of the theatre of impro, stand-up and personal development.
WORKSHOPS: Challenges and balance in life and business
We invite the heads and representatives of purchasing departments to take part in our workshops. These events combine motivational lectures and workshops based on simulation games. The main themes are:
- The role of non-standard activities, and a creative approach to challenges in life and business.
- Working with one's own limitations, and leaving the comfort zone as necessary elements of personal development.
- Work organisation techniques in a dynamically changing environment.
- Work-life balance, meaning: first of all, be good to yourself.
Very often, people tend to lower their own abilities, while overestimating the competences of other people. There are different reasons for this – bad experiences from the past, beliefs, criticism given by their loved ones, etc. As a result, we often think that others can achieve the greatest heights and amazing pinnacles, and we ... not necessarily.
Participants of the event "Challenges and balance in life and business" will have the opportunity to experience how important their role in life is through the questions they ask themselves at key moments, and how they affect their well-being and motivation to act. They will learn about unconscious thinking patterns that – often unnoticed – determine their decisions, and learn how to manage their focus, not to fall into the trap of a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The basis of the event is to create conditions for participants in which they will be able to experience the topics discussed. They will be invited to participate in simulation games, where under the pretext of fun they will exhibit behaviours that are often present in everyday business situations. The experience gained in this way will then be discussed, and at the end will serve as the basis for creating bridges between the workshop situation and the real challenges faced by the participants at work. All this will be done in a high-energy manner and with a great deal of humour.
Where: Hilton Hotel and Convention Centre
When: 3 April 2019
Important! – the workshops will be held in parallel to the plenary session (detailed hours will be announced later)
Participation: Those interested in participation should contact Joanna Gajek-Donizak Conference Director Retail & FMCG by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The number of places is limited!