Everything rises and falls on leadership

John Maxwell

PhD Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka

Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka is a psychologist, with a PhD in management, and a graduate of Gdańsk University and Jagiellonian University in Crakow. She is an assistant professor and academic teacher in management psychology, business negotiations, human resource management, team management, social aspects of IT. She used to be the Vice Dean for Education, Faculty Coordinator of Evaluation of the Education Process Quality, a member of the Rector’s Team for Gdańsk University Scientific Capital Development. She has been a supervisor for more than 120 masters and bachelors theses, with more than 40 in English. Since 2021 Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka has been the MBA Director.

Her research interests are psychological aspects of teamwork and management, trust in negotiations and management processes, virtual team management and psychological determinants of entrepreneurship. She is the author of more than 80 scientific publications.

Beata has experience in cooperation with business and non-profit organisations: training projects, employee assessment and development programmes, recruitment projects and consulting. Her international experience is based on the Erasmus Plus Programme in Finland, Spain, Portugal, Latvia and the UK.

She has certifications in PRINCE 2 Foundation, Extended DISC and the Intentio Consensio Test, and is a member of the Polish Association of Organizational Psychology.

Managerial Talent Diagnosis:
The aim of the module is to identify the MBA students’ personal managerial competences in the context of leadership and project management. Extended DSIC® behavioral analysis triggers discussions on managerial talents of MBA students, encourages reflection on their own management style and inspires their personal development.

The motto for this module is: TALENT – GIFT. RESPONSIBILITY. COURAGE.

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