Bartek Frąckowiak

Coach, trainer, consultant.

Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach. Graduated from the TROP Group Trainers’ School, the Gallup Global Strengths Coach course, the course for experienced trainers and coaches ‘Tools of a trainer and group coach in the TROP method’. Graduate of the Interdepartmental Individual Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw and the ‘Artes Liberales’ Academy. Co-founder of the training and research company Strategic Dreamers. As a trainer he also cooperates with House Of Skills and TROP Group.

He conducts individual and team coaching sessions, working with the Gallup CliftonStrengths 34 method (Gallup talents and strengths).

He has experience in coaching groups, teams and organisations from the public sector, business and NGOs. He has delivered training in team collaboration, change management, communication, working with conflict, leadership development, building teams based on the talents and strengths of its members, innovation design and strategic design. He has experience in facilitating group processes and moderating collaborations and meetings.

He uses visual methods, drama and improvisation, as well as creative-creative activities. She develops design methodologies that combine design fiction, systemic design and future(s) scenarios with developing organisational cultures and fostering good collaboration between groups and teams.

Facilitator of workshops within strategy-foresight processes (e.g. in collaboration with 4CF. The Future Literacy Company for UNFCCC, Gabarone, Botswana, Global Adaptation Week, for Veolia on the future of the energy sector etc.).

Graduate Humanitarian Operations Programme (HOP). HOP Core Training (as part of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy, Save the Children) and Train the Trainers on Humanitarian Operations Programme (HOP). He develops his work with international organisations in the humanitarian and development sector as a trainer and educator.

For 16 years (from 2006 to 2022), he worked with arts and cultural institutions in Poland and abroad as a theatre director, playwright and curator. He has eight years of leadership experience in managing cultural and artistic institutions (3 years as deputy director at Teatr Polski in Bydgoszcz, 09.2014-09.2017, 5 years as deputy director at Teatr Scena Prezentacje and Biennale Warsaw, 10.2017-08.2022). Curator of two editions of the international performing arts festival Festival of New Dramaturgies in Bydgoszcz (2015 and 2016) and Biennale Warsaw 2019 (‘Let’s Organize Our Future’) and Biennale Warsaw 2022 (‘Seeing Stones and Spaces Beyond the Valley’). Co-author, together with Anna Galas-Kosil, Ewa Kozik and Marta Michalak, of the study “Imagining Future Collaboration. UK/Poland Season 2025” commissioned by the British Council, mapping plans, potentials and needs, as well as new models for building intercultural relations.