Tade makes change happen – in people and in organisations. Thanks to his experience as a trainer and coach, he has learned that it’s better to watch the horizon of what happens rather than just watch own feet. In the development process, he expects surprises even in the most obvious situations. He is able to find good perspectives and sketch maps. He is also able to motivate himself to always stay curious about people and the world. Tade specializes in managing change and in executive coaching.
It’s been 13 years since Tade started implementing change in teams and organisations. His professional experience amounts to over 9,000 training hours, 2,500+ hours of consultancy, and 1,500+ hours of accredited coaching sessions. He gives lectures at a university, authors strategic documents, and facilitates. For four years, Tade managed a team of trainers and consultants implementing huge HR projects for business and public administration. He also worked at the Jagiellonian University Extension. Currently, Tade is a contracted Change Manager in Capgemini.
A psychologist by heart and by profession, Tade holds a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) certification from the ICF (International Coach Federation).
Always hungry for broader horizons and new knowledge, Tade has participated in development programs like:
• ROZVIYAK – advanced Lesser Poland School for Organization Trainers – with courses on Managing attention, Building psychological stamina, Group analysis, Rational behavior therapy, Solution focused brief therapy, Talent diagnosis with Gallup, Applied drama (Prorozvoyovo, 2011)
• “MAKING THE DIFFERENCE” An Introduction to Group Relations Learning (Opus 2010, 2011)
• Executive Coaching: A Strategic-Network Approach (Dr. Simon Western, 2011)
• The Art And Science of Coaching (Erickson College, 2010 – 2013 full coaching curriculum)
• School of psychodynamic and systemic coaching (Halina Brunning 2013-2014)
Tade has authored a few dozen of training and consulting materials. Together with the team of the Center for Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies of the Jagiellonian University, he wrote „SPIN: Innovative Model of Knowledge Transfer” (2013). He publishes expert texts in business and specialist press like „Managing Age – nothing to fear”, Personel Plus, April 2012, and articles in Know-How of the Jagiellonian University Extension. He authored complex publications on developing human capital such as “Training Strategy for Public Administration in 2008-2010” (together with Iza Pieklus, Grzegorz Pytel), „Lesser Poland Standard of Training Delivery” (2010) or „Manipulation in Negotiations” (2005).
His hobbies are contemporary philosophy and electronic music. Tade works in Polish and English.
ORGANISATIONS WORKED WITH
Medicover, Makro, LOTOS, Interpaper, Tele-Fonika Kable, Żywiec Group, Barlinek, Alma, HDS, UBS, Raiffeisen Leasing, BZ WBK, Makro Cash and Carry, Auchan, Cracow Investment Center, Bryksy, Sabre Holding, BLStream, Pliva, Orlen, Kancelaria Prezesa Rady Ministrów, Katowicki Holding Węglowy, Prokuratura Generalna