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Natasza Kosakowska, PhD

Trainer / Consultant / Coach

Education

  • Gdansk University, The Institute of Psychology, specialization: Organization and Management
  • Central European University – The Summer School of Mediation
  • Economic Mediation Course – The Partners Poland Foundation
  • Train the Trainer – TROP, Warsaw

Experience

She is a psychologist, a Doctor of Humanities, an academic lecturer, who works in the department of Multicultural and Gender Psychology at the Institute of Psychology at Gdansk University, and a mediator in the Polish Mediation Center, who conducts economic and family mediations.

Since 2000 she has cooperated as a trainer and mediator with various groups of customers (including banking sector, communication and telecommunication services, manufacturing sector, NGOs, and employee representatives). She organizes workshops dedicated to social, personal, and managerial skills, as well as managerial coaching. She is a creator of a number of training and educational programs focused on, for example, e.g. problem-solving skills, communication, team building, negotiation, change and diversity management, and creation of self-image, as well as an author of business, academic, and popular scientific publications.

As the director of international research consortia, she examines mechanisms which support the Work- Home harmony within employees and effective management of diversity in an institution.

Since 2006, on March 8th at Gdansk University she co-organizes the International conference A Woman in Culture, which is dedicated to issues of gender equality and appreciating diversity.

Organizations which she supported with training and/or consulting projects include:

ABB, BPH, BUMAR Group, BRE Leasing, BRE BANK, DR IRENA ERIS, The Economic Foundation, Gdansk Foundation for Management Development, HSBC, MPK Łódź, NSZZ Solidarność, Polkomtel SA, Pomeranian Town of Profession, Schenker, Spedpol, Thomson Reuters.

Signature Strengths

Creativity, communication skills, determination

 





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