PwC’s Academy introduces these unique courses for the first time in Slovakia. Don’t miss the chance to use the know-how of original Buddhist Shaolin trainers to enhance your managerial skills. To ensure high levels of interactivity, there are only 12 seats per course, so we strongly recommend booking your place as soon as possible.Currently, we are offering the following three types of courses:
In Shaolin culture, empowerment refers to the acceptance and the deep understanding of existing limitations. Many professionals and managers are constantly under stress that results in a feeling of stagnation
This training is not about philosophy. We will provide you with all the necessary techniques, tools and knowledge to support you in improving the quality of your professional life.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
Conflicts when dealing with each other are actually a very normal occurrence in our society. However, the culture of arguing must be learned – but where? It is clear that managers need communication skills, problem-solving competence, and team development capabilities to motivate their employees. But what about implementing these in practice?
A constructive way to deal with conflicts can be learned. Use this chance to turn conflicts into opportunities and opportunities into advantages!
The objective of this training is to provide the practical skills to avoid the escalation of conflicts and to find ways to resolve them. The course covers:
Stress seems to be an unavoidable fact of life in our modern society. Constant stress can lead to feeling exhausted, pessimistic, and even depressed. The negative impacts on the individual are obvious, both on a personal and a professional level.
It is interesting to see how an uninterrupted tradition of knowledge that is more than 1,500 years old can prove an effective means for coping with pressure and stress.
Our Shaolin course will enable you to:
The ultimate goal of this session is to help you move away from being “pushed around” by your appointments, your commitments, your stress and your emotions. The quality of your life is determined by your attitude towards those factors, and your ability to master them.