Mgr. Filip Kňažek
Lecturer & Organiser, Institute of Lifelong Learning
|Phone:||+420 776 330 522|
Working with people in a team may be demanding. Living in a community and family is sometimes not so easy. Standing up for your opinions and rights and communicating openly either with your boss or partner may often be tiring.
Though, there are ways, how we can improve, how we can stand up for our opinion, navigate people around us more effectively, give ourselves and others better guidance.
How to manage your life better? How to lead your team and communicate with your colleagues or family in a better way? How to improve yourself and live your life more profoundly? How to be a coach of your own life?
Sign up for our course and find out the answers!
The main purpose of this training course is to provide you with handy tips and techniques, which can be used while working with a team, facing difficulties at your work, with your friends or family, enhancing your performance or improving efficacy. The training course will focus on different situations where people are in different roles (either leaders or mentors or team members), on the differences and similiatrities that make us special and equal at the same time. We will be focusing on ourselves personally, ourselves in interaction with others in professional and/ or personal environment and the group as a whole. We will go step-by-step. Participants will be actively involved in all the processes, interact and be constantly challenged in the learning process in a safe environment.
Who can participate in this course?
The course is designed for anyone interested in actively working on themselves, improving their cooperation and mentoring skills!
The program of the training course will be very interactive and requires your active participation (in case of online form it means cameras and microphones have to be switched on).
We will laugh, work, learn from each other, break what is not useful anymore, reflect but also relax.
The program will include topics and activities like: leadership & mentor role; differences between leader, mentor, coach, therapist and counselor, behavioral patterns and how to break them, conflict management, team roles and team dynamics, strengths and weaknesses, motivation, sel-regulation and self-coaching, new points of view, feedback and a lot of practice!
Dates and schedule: 22.-.26.11.2021, Brno, Czech republic; 4-5 hours a day – 9:00 - 11:00; 12:30 - 14:30
The course will be organised only if at least 5 participants will apply!
Participation fee: special offer 300 €! (standard prize 450 €)
- includes training course program, all materials in and after the sessions, guidance and willingness to help and enjoy your stay in Brno, welcome package, online informational guide with everything you need to know ahead your arrival, organisational and lecturer fee
Grants such as Erasmus+ Staff mobility training or VET or other may be used to cover the fee. For different grant possibilities click here.
The fee is paid in 2 instalnments
- deposit 150 €
- and remaining 150 € maximum one week prior to the start of the training course
*Covid-19 online form (in case Covid measures will not allow us to meet in person) – 3 hours a day including 30 minutes break, 9 - 12:30. The fee in this case would be 150 €.
What is not included in the fee
Mgr. Filip Kňažek, non-formal education trainer, facilitator, pharmacist
Filip has extensive experience from intensive foreign and domestic educational courses dedicated to self-development and working with people on various topics from communication (effective, affective, non-violent), coaching, mindfulness, presentation and leadership skills, to project management and marketing. In his courses, he helps others discover and get to know their strengths and weaknesses, develop their better selves by coming out of the comfort zone, getting to know and accepting their fears, breaking down patterns of behavior and habits. He provides participants with useful tips and tools that they can use in their everyday lives.
Brno is the second biggest city in the Czech Republic with nearly 400 000 inhabitants. It is the historical capital of region Moravia and is well-known for its castles Špilberk or Veveří, funcionalistic UNESCO villa Tugendhat, firework festival, beautiful natural surroundings of Moravian Karst and Brno´s dam, cathedral Petrov or for its vibrant, student spirit with many cosy designer coffehouses and pubs. For more information about the city visit https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/.
Masaryk University is with more than 30 000 students the second biggest university in the Czech Republic. Established in 1919 Masaryk University currently has 10 faculties (one of which is the Faculty of Pharmacy). Masaryk University offers courses across the full spectrum of traditional and contemporary fields, with a particular focus on science. It is ranked #531-540 in QS Global World Universities Rankings 2021. If you want to know more click here: https://www.muni.cz/en/about-us