Become a coach, it’s a good profession! – free meeting, September 21

The Pomerania Development Agency invites you to a free meeting, which will take place on September 21, from 14.00 to 16.30, at the headquarters of the Pomerania Development Agency (Olivia Six, 12th floor), entitled. “Become a coach, it’s a good profession!” The meeting is dedicated to managers, employees of HR departments and people interested in coaching.


During the meeting, we will get answers to the following questions:

  • What does the coaching profession look like in Poland? How do coaches work on a daily basis? How do they prosper and make money?
  • How to combine the profession of a coach with other activities?
  • Is it true that coaching is a profession with a mission?
  • What impact does the fact that he is… Coach? (Does this profession change people? How?)
  • What impact does coaching have on family, friends, and the environment?
  • How to learn, develop, change to be a good coach?
  • How to function in business?
  • What is the “dark side of the force”?


The meeting will be hosted by Piotr Ławacz – Personal and Business Development Partner, coach, mentor, business trainer, advisor, psychologist. Executive and life coach conducting his activities in accordance with the standards of the International Coach Federation (ACC ICF accredited, PCC accreditation in progress). So far, he has completed approx. 1000 hours of qualified individual and group coaching and hundreds of hours of skills coaching. He runs his own WIN Personal Development Lab and is a collaborator of Coaching Center/CoachWise. Lecturer and substantive manager at the Academy of Business Coaching at the Pomerania Development Agency, lecturer at the Postgraduate Studies in Personnel Management at SWPS University, Poznań University of Economics and Business, Trainer Academy at the WSB University in Gdańsk, Business Trainer Academy at the University of Lodz, member of the International Coach Federation, collaborator of the Gdańsk Psychological Publishing House.



Katarzyna Moszczyńska, e-mail: katarzyna.moszczynska@arp.gda.pl; phone: 58 32 33 143

Applications via the on-line form.



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