My approach to coaching

I have strong theoretical foundations, but I increasingly appreciate the practicality, simplicity, and effectiveness of coaching. That is why I strive for a quick, even the smallest lasting change as a result of every meeting with a client.

I offer developmental coaching to clients prepared for long-term cooperation, which helps to deepen their insight, allows them to formulate ambitious goals and leads to a concentration of life energy on these goals.


My coaching experience is about 1000 hours today. Many of my coaching clients are managers and leaders of organizations. Apart from that, I spent many hours as a business trainer, psychotherapist, and leader of personal development groups.

I have worked in four countries and I am practically bilingual (Polish, English). This experience helps me to work with people with different walks of life. I can conduct coaching in both Polish and English.

I completely changed the course of my career from technical to people-oriented. So, based on my personal experience, I can support my clients in the process of profound changes, in line with their aspirations.

Working in technical sectors has given me the ability to think clearly and logically. My humanities education (university and non-university) gives me empathy and the ability to understand the perspectives and values of my clients.

My tools

Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory is a meta-theory that integrates various fields of knowledge into a whole. For me, it is a kind of “map” that explains the complex aspects of the contemporary world and myself. It helps me to understand my coaching clients and their developmental path.

Psychology of adult development defines the stages of mental development (Robert Kegan) and the levels of leadership (William Torbert – Leadership Development Profile). These concepts support me primarily when I conduct developmental coaching with my clients.