My mission is to build understanding between people by showing how much we have in common, bringing out the best in people to create effective teams, communities and the true spirit of cooperation which may allow us to fulfil our dreams.
I offer walking coaching in Warsaw or outside. I did St. Jacob Way in April – May 2017. I walked over 600 km from Santander to Santiago de Compostela in Spain individually.
I love to listen to people and talk about future.
Myself I dream about the place, environment outside the town where we can relax, talk, be together and find our wellbeing. There will be a lot of different type of animals and lake or river or sea. I work at university and I would love to support you with your educational decisions or graduation. I am happy to talk to people who take care of their mental health or wish to do so.
Please feel free to contact me.
Moja misja polega na budowaniu porozumienia miedzy ludźmi poprzez ukazywanie jak wiele mamy ze sobą wspólnego, wydobywania tego co najlepsze w człowieku w celu tworzenia efektywnych zespołów, społeczności i prawdziwego ducha współpracy dzięki czemu może też udać się nam zrealizować marzenia.
Oferuję między innymi coaching podczas spacerów w Warszawie lub poza. W kwietniu - 2017 roku odbyłam Drogę Św. Jakuba. Przeszłam ponad 600 km od Santander do Santiago de Compostela w Hiszpanii w pojedynkę.
Uwielbiam słuchać ludzi i rozmawiać o przyszłości.
Marze o miejscu poza miastem, gdzie będzie można odpocząć, rozmawiać, być razem i znaleźć dobre samopoczucie. Tam będzie wiele różnych rodzajów zwierząt i jezioro lu rzeka lub morze.
Cieszę się na myśl rozmowy z osobami, które dbają o swoje zdrowie psychiczne lub chcą to zrobić.
Z racji pracy na uczelni zapraszam do kontaktu zwłaszcza osoby, które rozważają inwestycję w swoją edukację lub chciałyby dokończyć studia.
Zapraszam do kontaktu.
Chris Soucy is a Strengths Evangelist and a founding partner of Innate Force Coaching & Consulting. He specializes in leadership development and helping others understand how work can truly engage their talents and strengths. Also, he serves as the Coach-In-Residence for the Institute for Career Transitions, MIT-affiliated research, advocacy, and education group focused on the rapidly occurring changes in the traditional workplace, specifically the employee/employer relationship and a shift in career structures. Before that role, he worked for close to a decade at Harvard University’s Center for Workplace Development as the Program Manager for Leader/Manager Development. In that role, he oversaw courses and multi-day programs designed to strengthen leadership ability at all levels within the University. He served as Lead Instructor of the “New Manager Series” (the introductory training session for all University managers) and “Foundations of Leadership” (invitation-only first-tier leadership offering); both courses were designed to teach and solidify skills for great people management practices and launch participants into serving as leaders for their staff and departments. Before coming to Harvard, he worked in Human Resources Generalist roles for Lesley University and Suffolk University and continues to teach as an adjunct faculty member at North Shore Community College.
Originally from Mexico City, Mexico, but raised in Salt Lake City, Utah; Joél-Léhi has spent over a decade leading in social justice and activism across the US. Producing a film documentary titled Red Flags: Racism & Ethnic Stereotyping in Utah Schools at age 15, co-founding the National student Bill of Rights movement at age 16 years old, and presenting at the United Nations IV World Congress on Child and Adolescent Rights at age 18, are all just small examples of what he has accomplished as a teenager.
He created his own interdisciplinary bachelor's degree titled Social Justice Pedagogy at the University of Utah. Additionally, he got his Applied Positive Psychology certificate from the University of Utah. His master’s degree is in Sociology & Education, with an emphasis in Education Policy, Organizational Leadership, and Technology from Columbia University, Teachers College.
At age 23 Joél-Léhi became the founder of the 501c3 nonprofit Casa Quetzalcoatl, which uses indigenous epistemologies and a cross-generational approach in empowering the Latinx community in Utah. Recently, Joél-Léhi has been elected as the youngest National Vice President of Youth in the League of United Latin American Citizens, the oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization in the US. As an entrepreneur, he is the founder of the ed tech start-up app Machitia, which is the platform for educators to create, share, and collaborate transformative lesson plans.
Joél-Léhi has over 10 years of national conference planning experience. He knows how to create spaces that are youth-led, empower people of color, and build on the many movements happening across all the fronts of struggle.
With over 25 years’ experience in equity, diversity, inclusion, organizational, curricular, workshop training and development Dr. Edwina Welch currently serves as a Campus Diversity Office and Director of the UC San Diego Cross-Cultural Center. She has presented at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, Harvard College, Washington University, several California Community College Districts, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Multicultural Institute, and facilitated numerous EDI training throughout the country.
At UC San Diego she has co-led, LEAD Fellows (Leaders for Equity Advancement and Diversity), the Undergraduate Diversity Leadership Institute, the Building Communities for Social Justice Practice Institute, a Culturally Competent Management Program, and developed/ taught a Diversity Equity and Inclusion college level course in the Human Development Program. Her research areas include social justice, leadership, organizational capacity building, and cultural competence. She has been an adjunct professor at the California State University San Marcos, teaching course on research methodology, as well as diversity in k-12 education.
Dr. Welch received her BA in Communication Studies and Business Administration from California State University Sacramento, her Masters of Science in Higher Education Administration from the University of Oregon, and her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the Joint Doctoral Program between UC San Diego, San Diego State University, and California State University San Marcos.
Dr. Welch is available for individual and team coaching sessions her strengths include; Connectedness, Strategic, Context, Ideation and Maximize.
I am a HR executive and attorney with 8 years of senior HR leadership experience coaching senior managers and executives on diversity, equity and inclusion as well as Strengths-based leadership. I practiced law for 25 years and therefore have a unique perspective on the the intersection of culture transformation, inclusive leadership and litigation avoidance.
I offer anti-bias training, but my preference is to focus on culture, rather than trying to "fix" biases. I also coach leaders, teams, and individuals on how to discover and utilize their Strengths for personal and professional success.
I look forward to discussing how we can work together!
As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, I am passionate about serving women leaders who seek to change lives to impact on their local communities. As a Latina and one of only a few Certified Coaches in the Texas Panhandle, I create the "space" for women and their teams to do the work Socrates called "know thyself" in order to accomplish the BIG goals they tackle to make change.
I graduated from Texas Tech University with a Master’s and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies. My graduate research publication is entitled "Exiting Poverty: Experiences of Resilient Mexican American Women" in which I look through the lens of strengths to find what made the difference for these powerful women of color. Read more about it by copying and pasting this URL to your browser: http://hdl.handle.net/2346/15201