“We must be the change we want to see in the world.” (Mahatma Gandhi)
Olga Klimecki, PhD, is a neuroscientist and psychologist. Her research focuses on promoting the sustainable development goals i) peace building, ii) high quality education, and iii) health and well-being. She is currently interim team leader at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Disease (DZNE), Dresden. She was faculty member in psychology and political sciences at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, from 2016 until 2020. In 2020 and 2021 she was guest professor in psychology at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. Her scientific work was awarded with several prestigious international awards, grants, and fellowships. To implement evidence-based strategies in organizations, start-ups, and companies, she started her own company for consulting, training, and research in 2022.
She offers evidence-based leadership training, management training, team development, keynotes, and workshops.
– preventing burnout and strengthening compassion and resilience,
– promoting teamwork and social cohesion,
– resolving conflicts,
– promoting health and well-being across the lifespan.
– strengthen resilience and resources
– work in a trauma-informed way
– promote constructive social relations in teams and groups.
For more information, contact: email@example.com
9 years of experience in training managers, leaders, heads of states, diplomats, humanitarian workers, mediators, and people working in health care to implement evidence-based strategies to promote well-being, social cohesion and productivity.
Psychologist and neuroscientist, with over 17 years of research expertise on neural, social, and emotional plasticity.
Her ground-breaking findings have been incorporated in trainings of leaders worldwide, including companies and organizations like google’s Search Inside Yourself, United Nations, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Novartis, Max-Planck Society, and Red Cross and Red Crescent Society.
Voices from participants:
“Once again, a big thank you! Both the keynote lecture and the practical exercises in the afternoon workshop were an outstanding success. A highlight this year that we can hardly outperform.” -Stefan Gross, Novartis, Global Senior OD Leader – Mind&Body P&O Agile Team
“Truly world class. I would love to see this forum continue even if only virtually – it worked very well and I fell it would be a very valuable resource for mediators and arbitrators in every country.” – Margaret Considine, CEO Equita Group, Board Member Chambers Ireland, Past President of the Mediator’s Institute of Ireland, Past President South Dublin Chamber of Commerce
“More knowledge is needed on how to strengthen resilience, social cohesion and peace building in order to cope with the existing global challenges. This requires close cooperation between science and humanitarian actors.” – Susanna Graf, Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs
“It was really a pleasure to work with you, and your knowledge is so valuable to share.” – Natalie Alexander, United Nations
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