I am the managing director of Let Hungary, an economist and a full time consultant since 1991. Earlier I worked for MALÉV, as a deputy head of department at the commercial policy division, and then I managed the sales functions of TNT Hungary. I have been running training courses and workshops for 25 years and have had the chance to develop the areas within my competence, including management, sales, sales management, CRM systems, strategy, change management, team building, repeatedly as a manager and as a consultant.
Several sectors, mainly insurance, mechanical engineering, banking services, FMCG, pharmaceutical sector, have relied on my training and consulting experience. I conduct management and cooperation development workshops mostly to senior managers in English all over Europe.
As an instructor of Gordon Training International, I also train trainers in Europe to conduct Gordon's Leader Effectiveness Training sessions.
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I graduated from the University of Economics in 1985. I joined the same university as a junior lecturer and I worked as a personal assistant to the CEO of a large consulting company. I have been working with dynamically growing small and medium sized businesses and medium level managers of large enterprises since 1994 and have done the same as a senior consultant of the Flow Group since 2000.
I am an accredited change management consultant by the Know-How Fund and PricewaterhouseCoopers, a certified Human Synergistics® (HS) and GPOP® consultant and Action Learning facilitator, and also qualified as a Development Dimensions International (DDI) facilitator. I work both in Hungarian and in English.
My priority areas include organizational development and change management: running strategy workshops, action planning and cooperation development. It is as part of this process that I conduct training programs in cooperation, conflict management, management and leadership. I am also involved in corporate culture surveys, and run complex tailor made management development programs.
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Global Leadership Faculty, Speaker, Consultant, Master-Trainer, Senior Designer
With 20 years’ experience as a global leadership development I usually work with executive leaders, board members, leadership teams and organizations on strategic projects and initiatives involving executive leadership and organizational development, culture and digital change processes, trainer and facilitator development and learning journey planning. I have extensive experience in working in a global, virtual and multi-cultural environment. I have been a certified MBTI and DISC and Social Styles instructor, a certified FIRO-B practitioner and a licensed InsideOut coach., I regularly lecture on topics around leadership development, executive education, culture transformation, digital learning, organizational development and culture, adult learning, human resources.
I have started my career working for international non-profit organizations in Europe and Middle-East before entering the corporate world as an HR consultant. I am a graduate of General Electric’s the Experienced Human Resource Leadership Program, and over the course of my career I have held several mid-level and senior leadership roles in Organizational Communication, Learning & Development, Program Management, Culture and Leadership, Commercial Learning, Senior Instructional Design for different regions and later globally, based in Hungary, Belgium, and Turkey. I have also hold the role of Leadership Faculty and Master-trainer for General Electric and in this role I have delivered hundreds of strategic leadership and professional skills classes across the region as well as certified a new generation of internal and external trainers. I am certified virtual instructor-led course facilitator, who has designed, produced and delivered virtual content regularly.
I have first-hand team management experience, as well as working in local, global, virtual and remote teams. In the latter part of my career I have focused on designing senior leadership experiences, lead and designed global leadership content and learning journeys, virtual content, as well as oversaw curriculum management of leadership development experiences globally. I have earned my MBA at Oxford Brooks University (UK). In addition to my native Hungarian, I also am also fluent in English and Turkish and intermediate in German and French. I currently co-locate in Turkey and Hungary with my family.
Starting out at the University of Economics and most of all with the priceless experience AIESEC provided to me in as a student, I can now look back on a multifarious, colorful and successful career of 20 years.
I am a co-founder of the Hungarian Organization Development Society (SZMT), Concordia, Időbank (Ad Sidera) and Easy Learning. I worked and learned extensively abroad: a series of connections and projects in Germany, Belgium, Finland and the USA presented opportunities for improving my views, methodological skills and competences. I employ a wide range of professional methods.
I am fundamentally inclined towards organization and management development as a consultant and practice at personal, group and organization level. My basic approach is oriented towards creating natural, creative and cooperating partnerships. My message is a developing, catalytic and delegating style. My personal and professional motto: "Trust the process!"
I am a qualified economist and have an MBA degree. After 7 years in HR consulting I spent 4 years in senior management positions working for Hungarian and international ICT companies. I returned to consulting in the spring of 2005 as an associate managing director of Creanova; I work as a partner and senior consultant/trainer of the Flow Group.
I am a certified management consultant (CMC), a qualified SIZE Prozess trainer and a trainer of trainers, a facilitator of Action Learning and a Human Synergistics® (HS) consultant.
My priority areas include organization and management development, management of change and running the related small and large group and individual programs in Hungarian and English. I am also into blended learning solutions and graphic facilitation.
Ian’s talent is translating complexity into simplicity. This applies especially well in his chosen areas of M&A, Leadership, Executive Coaching, Executive Team Alignment, Change Management & Strategy which he performs all over the world. When not up in the air he tries to ensure, as company founder back in 1998, that people continue to remain in flow at Flow. He eats his own cooking. In addition, Ian is co-founder of Flow International as well as GreenLine Conversations© and (in case that wasn’t enough!) for the past 2 decades has penned a weekly column for the Sunday Independent on his other passion - horseracing. He continues meantime to send his wife and young family a regularly updated photo...
Leadership and organisational development have been my passion for over 15 years. I have developed and facilitated programmes for groups of 5-350 in Europe, Asia and Africa. I graduated with an MSc in International Relations from Corvinus University. I have a wide range of experiences in multinational and multicultural settings – I lived 7 years abroad and spent over 14 years in international organisations.
I have been a consultant of Flow Group since 2010. I am an accredited TerraNova and Human Synergistics® (HS) consultant. I have worked on cultural development programs, top management workshops, engagement, team development, skills trainings.
Between 2006-2013 I launched cross-sectoral leadership development in Hungary as managing director of Common Purpose Hungary. For my work President László Sólyom awarded me with the Knights’ Cross Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic in 2010.
I graduated from the University of Pécs as an economist specializing in EU Business Studies. I have been working for the Flow Group for six years. At present I am responsible for the international organization development and consulting business of the Flow Group in my role of the coordinator at Flow International with coordination, administration and other supporting functions. Previously, I coordinated the training related tenders of EU Center and at present I participate in European Union cooperation and training projects.
I am proud of having worked actively for a year and a half for the team of volunteers supporting the OD World Summit 2010, initially as a member, and in turn as a co-manager of the Sponsor Team, which was a lifetime experience (both personally and professionally).