I am a consultant, trainer and inspirational speaker working in Poland, as well as in international markets, an expert in leadership, decision-making and talent management.
I combine these topics with the perspective of technology revolution and its impact on the effectiveness of organizations, teams and individuals. I am the only Pole in the Global Gurus’ ‘TOP30’: in March 2021 I was recognized as world’s no. 5 in Startups and world’s no. 16 in Organizational Culture categories.
My first book, „Labyrinth. The Art of Decision-Making”, was published in Polish in 2015 and became Harvard Business Review Poland all-time bestseller in just 4 weeks. The book was published in English (2019), Russian, Chinese and Greek (2020). I also contributed a story to „Work is Love Made Visible: A Collection of Essays About the Power of Finding Your Purpose from the World’s Greatest Thought Leaders”, published in USA in 2018.
My latest book, “Schrödinger’s World: The Chronicle of an Unpredictable Future” was published in November 2020.
In 2016 I was selected from over 16,000 candidates for the elite global group of Marshall Goldsmith’s „100 Coaches” initiative, alongside people such as Dr. Jim Kim, former President of the World Bank, Alan Mulally, former president of the Ford Motor Corporation, Aicha Evans, Vice President of Intel Corporation, or David Peterson, head of coaching at Google.
In November 2019 I was recognized as one of the Leading Global Coaches during Thinkers50 Gala in London.
I have completed Train-the-Trainer program at the McClelland Center in Boston (2005), and in 2015 I obtained an executive coach certificate at Stakeholder Centered Coaching. I have also completed The Executive Program at Singularity University in Silicon Valley in 2018 and ‘Minds and Machines’ course at MIT in 2021.
I have worked with the leading companies in Europe, North America and Asia, and conducted numerous workshops and training programs for senior managers. I have delivered keynote speeches at conferences and conducted workshops with speakers such as Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Prof. Dave Ulrich, Prof. Andrew McAfee, Neil Rackham, Prof. Joseph Badaracco, and Prof. Heike Bruch.
I worked for over eight years at the Hay Group consulting company, initially as a consultant, then as a leader in the Diagnostics team for Central and Eastern Europe. From 2007 to 2014 I was the CEO of the ICAN Institute, publisher of the Harvard Business Review Poland magazine.
I spend my free time in mountains, having climbed numerous 6000m- and 7000m peaks in Himalaya and Pamir. I am also an admirer of Italian red wines, from Tuscany in particular.