As the only presenter, psychologist, soft competence trainer, and coach in Poland, he combines professional education and experience in such a unique way.
Education: psychology (3 schools) and law. 17 years as a presenter (for example in: Radio ZET, TVP 1, Polsat).
Business and work experience in managerial positions (sales, relations). Conducting international events and conferences. Very rich training experience.
Nearly 100 reference letters from the world’s largest corporations such as Coca-Cola, Oriflame and PWC.
For some, public appearances and business presentations are a part of daily work. For others, they are an aspect that they have to face from time to time or something they try to avoid, if possible. Public appearances in the form of sales presentations, speeches during employee meetings, presentations of work results, conference appearances, etc. are always stressful. I do not believe people who say that they do not feel any kind of stress during public presentations. Public appearances are at the top of the list of things that stress us the most in daily work. Trust me; stage fright affects professionals too, even those you see headlining the newspapers. The first and most important step in work on developing one’s skills in this subject is to find the right methods of dealing with stress.
The next step is building self-confidence because public appearances are a way of facing other peoples’ judgement in a situation of public exposure. Proper preparation and accuracy will not always mean that we will no longer face judgement and our thoughts about what others think of us. We have doubts. This is why during our training courses, we will start with work on your inner part which will be later combined with elements of communication and selected psychological and technical aspects. During the course, you will primarily learn how to overcome your own doubts and fears so that you can conduct more natural and credible presentations.