Godzina z Katarzyną Miller

Tym razem dzielę sie z Wami wspaniałym wywiadem jaki przeprowadził z Katarzyną Miller, twórca programu 20m2, Łukasz Jakóbiak. Dużo by tu opowiadać na temat ich rozmowy, lepiej zobaczyć samemu. Powiem tylko, że każdy znajdzie w niej coś dla siebie, bo różne sfery życia przeplatają się tam niesamowicie ciekawie. Jednym z intrygujących momentów tej rozmowy jest teza wysunięta przez […]

Il Dolce Far Niente

… it is sweet to do nothing. August has arrived, a time when most of us taking a well deserved break from our daily work routines and the never ending hustle & bustle. Holidays are a perfect opportunity to switch the emails off, forget about various deadlines/to do lists/…, and simply indulge in the company of close […]

Can You Fix Me?

Can you fix me? Probably not, but I can help with getting you to where you want to be. I can work with you on your professional as well as personal goals, which is quite useful if something bothering you at work, is also affecting your personal life (and vice versa). You may prefer to spend more […]

I Needed a Coach (Wioletta Rosolowska)

Wioletta Rosolowska started her professional career with Saatchi & Saatchi, an integrated communication agency based in London. She joined Tchibo Poland in 1993 as Marketing Director (she was later promoted to a Sales Director and General Manager positions). In 2007 she was appointed Member of the Board of Tchibo GmbH, taking on the responsibility for growing the business […]

Coaching Technique: Reframing

This particular reframing technique is useful when my clients are stuck. It enables them to think differently about a situation and gain a new perspective for moving forward. Reframing enhances creative thinking, increases ownership of situation and allows for facing and releasing emotions in a logical and systematic way. Using a piece of paper or […]

Resurrected by Meeting

I recently spoke to one my friends about the inevitable business companion – the meeting. He was complaining about how much time he was wasting every day running from one meeting to the next, and how some of his colleagues were using meetings as a platform for gossiping and moaning. Sounds dreadful, but it doesn’t […]

Neuro-Linguistic Programming

The Neuro-Linguistic Programming was invented in the 1970s by Richard Bandler, John Grinder and Frank Pucelik during their years at the University of California. Since then, many definitions of what NLP is have been put forward but here is the one, which can found in the Oxford English Dictionary: ‘’Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a model of […]

Sunday Lecture with Dr Deepak Chopra

Last Sunday, I had a rare opportunity to take part in a lecture delivered by Dr Deepak Chopra, who came to London to share a bold new understanding of our genes and how simple changes in lifestyle can boost our genetic activity. For decades medical science has believed that genes determine our biological destiny. Now […]

The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (Step I)

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a self-report questionnaire designed by Katherine Cook Briggs (1875-1968) and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers (1897-1980). They studied and build on the ideas of Carl Jung (1875-1961) and applied them to understanding people around them. Jung developed his ideas about personality type in an effort to explain the […]

Depression Awareness Week 2016

I have been invited to attend the annual Comedy for Depression benefit, which takes place later this week and is headlined by one of my favourite comedians, Stewart Lee. The purpose for the night is to raise money and awareness for the charity Depression Alliance. I would like to use this as an opportunity to take a […]