Managing director, Business psychologist, Intercultural trainer and consultant
Professionally, Klaudia is a psychologist – she graduated from the Jagiellonian University (major in Cultural Psychology). She is a professional trainer as well. She finished the School of Psychosocial Training and Education (Studium Treningu i Edukacji Psychospołecznej) that runs under the patronage of the Polish Psychological Society (Polskie Towarzystwo Psychologiczne).
Klaudia has been practicing her traininging skills since she was a student. She organised and ran intercultural communication skills training courses, courses covering the notion of cultural adaptation of foreigners and others that were dedicated to anti-discrimination.
She currently works mainly with corporations and among her clients are Cisco, UBS, State Street, Luxoft, IBM BTO, BNP Paribas, Arvato Bartelsman (Google), Heineken, Shell, Motorola Solutions, IG, Capita, Rockwell Automation and Enersys.
She specializes in projects concerning intercultural competence, especially in effective intercultural communication, cultural aspects of outsourcing and cultural adaptation for foreigners.
Being an expert with significant practical experience in the field of effective communication and cooperation with India, she is fascinated also with other Asian cultures.
She conducts educational projects also in the area of effective communication and assertiveness as well as personal effectiveness (managing oneself in time, habits of highly effective people).
She is one of the experts in the Diversity Hub, which aims at building an environment revolving around the idea of diversity, promoting and popularizing the concept of diversity management among Polish entrepreneurs, as well as creating innovative solutions that aim at facilitating efficient implementation of diversity management in organizations.
She is also an active member of the international organization Sietar, whose mission is to contribute to measures that aim at raising acceptance and respect among people of different cultures.