Jacek ‘Skyski’ Skrzypczyński
executive and team coach,
ICF PCC, M.Goldsmith
Supports top brands in supercharging
performance of key players and their teams
Specialties: Leadership and executive coaching & training
Vision/Strategy facilitator/advisor for CEO, CFO, COO – Global Corporations Executive Boards & Top Management Teams.
Jacek has broad experience in the field of people and organizational development for international and Polish corporations. Expert in Leadership Team Coaching and Experiential Learning. He works as an executive and expat coach as well as an MBA professor. Author of many articles and models in the fields of management, leadership, team work and personal growth – developed “H” model. Involved in many long-term organizational change projects with international corporations.
Holds a diploma of Master of Science from the University of Calgary, Canada. Privately a mountain climber – led expeditions to Patagonia, the Himalayas, Alaska and Yukon. He is a Polish and Canadian citizen. He has worked as a senior trainer at OB Canada, a consultant in Neumann Management Institute, business development manager in Achieve Global and Impact Training, as well as a coach at Marshall Goldsmith, CoachU and NetExpat.
He has developed and led programs in Japan, USA, Canada and Poland for: American Express, Bank of Montreal, BZWBK, Cadbury-Wedel, Centra-Exide, Coca-Cola, Dialog, Esso, Eurobank, General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, Hochtief, Hongkong Bank, Kompania Piwowarska, Royal Bank, Shell, Siemens, Toyota, Viessmann, Volvo, Acciona, AiB, Alstom Power, Autoliv, Bertelsmann arvato, BiC, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bombardier, Bridgestone, BZWBK, Credit Suisse, Cadbury, Wedel, Centra-Exide, DeLaval, Dialog, Energizer, Euro Bank, Frigo Logistics, GATX Rail, G4S, General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, Hochtief, ING, Kraft, Leroy Merlin, Metzeler, McCain, Nokia, Orange, SABMiller Kompania Piwowarska, Santander Consumer Bank, Sandoz, Seat, Siemens, Sephora, SGS, Sun Microsystems, Synexus, Mostostal, Novartis, Unilever, Wedel, Velux, Viessmann, Volvo, Volkswagen.
Coaching for me is not talking.
There is of course some talking, but it’s mostly action, training, exercising, trying new things, getting really out of the box.
So how do my clients benefit?
We concentrate on three areas:
1) money 2) time 3) team