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NEW DIMENSION OF TRAININGS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES


18-20 NOVEMBER 2014

NEW DIMENSION OF TRAININGS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES

“New Dimension of trainings for Small and Medium Enterprises” is a conference for representatives of small and medium companies as well as trainers and lecturers interested in innovative training tools. The conference is financially supported by the European Commission funds as a part of the “Lifelong Learning Programme”

Participation in conference is free of charge

PARTICIPANTS

WORKSHOP

TRAINING METHODS

LECTURERS

LECTURERS

dr Ewelina Iwanek

Analogies in the managers’ training

dr Ewelina Iwanek

President of the Board in OIC Lublin

Przemek Gałek

Why did I lose? About training games, participants and coaches…

Przemek Gałek

Games and Simulations Development Manager At MindLab Games

Tomasz Pisarek

Let's play a game

Tomasz Pisarek

Decision making games team, UITM

Stefano Tardini

Lego® Serious Play®

Stefano Tardini

Dyirector eLab

Mateusz Walaszczyk

WORKSHOP: Managing yourself in time. Workshop with the “Your Time” training game.

Mateusz Walaszczyk

Psychologist, coach. President MindLab

Joanna Średnicka

Using games in the recruitment processes, Assessment and Development Center

Joanna Średnicka

Board member and the Head of R&D, Pracownia Gier Szkoleniowych

Anna Baran

COACHING – the alternative or prospect of trainings?

Anna Baran

Psychologist, coach, owner of MASSIMO Pracownia Psychologii Biznesu

Grzegorz Karpiuk

Workshop based on the “CarFactory” game

Grzegorz Karpiuk

Manager of the project team, UITM

Joachim Kubieniec

When studying becomes fun

Joachim Kubieniec

Great Art Director

Dr Sean McCusker

Research Fellow within the School of Education at Durham University in the UK

Dr Sean McCusker

Research Fellow within the School of Education at Durham University in the UK

Program



Workshops based on innovative training methods

Lego® Serious Play®

Lego® Serious Play® is a training method created for the training needs of Small and Medium Enterprises. This method gained recognition all over the world and is said to be a very effective tool, using Lego bricks for the creative thinking development. The originator of this method is the Lego Company which was looking for new opportunities for its development. When this idea met up the interest, the Lego Company opened a new branch named “Lego® Serious Play®”. They created the methodology for conducting trainings which utilize special kits of the Lego bricks. The Lego® Serious Play® method may be used as a trainings design tool for, among others, training companies, interactive agencies, workshops on creating IT systems or websites.

Number of participants: 8 people
Time: 5 hours

“Your time” game

During the workshop, participants will play a training board game— “Your time” in which they put themselves in the role of an employee in a Construction & Refurbishment company. They compete against each other for a manager’s post of a new branch. Participants will be making decisions concerning what contracts to get and when to execute them. A Person with the best time management skills will be the winner. The game will be a perfect opportunity to understand:
  • Why is it important to distinguish between important and urgent tasks?
  • How to cope with “others’ priorities”?
  • How to identify tasks that we should work on individually and separate from those that we should not waste our time on?
  • What is “wrong multitasking”?
  • What are the consequences of continuous completing both important and urgent tasks?

  • Number of participants: 12 people
    Time: 5 hours

    “CarFactory” Games

    “CarFactory” is a cooperative game, simulation of a technological project realization, in which the aim of each team (consisting of 5 people) is to deliver 3 different types of vehicles to the customer in a given time frame. The game reflects 3 most important elements of project management:
  • Managing time, budget, and range,
  • Quality management,
  • HR management,
  • and covers the full life cycle of a project form the initiation phase, to its completion. In the game, the currency is “Point of Cost” (POC). All the financial settlements are being conducted in it.

    Number of participants: 15 people
    Time: 5 hours

    Partners



    REGISTRATION FORM


    Day 1

    • Conference
    • Lego® Serious Play®
    • Business simulations
    • Board games

    Day 2

    • Workshops
    • Lego Serious Play methodology workshops
    • Workshop using the “CarFactory” game
    • Workshop using “Your time” game

    Day 3

    • Workshops for students
    • Lego Serious Play methodology workshop (held in Polish)
    • Lego Serious Play methodology workshop (held in English)
    REGISTER

    Register until 10.11.2014

    Contact

    Elżbieta Szczepaniak

    35-225 Rzeszów, ul. Sucharskiego 2
    Pokój 108
    Tel.: (17) 866 1209
    E-mail: eszczepaniak@wsiz.rzeszow.pl

    GPS:
    49.946077, 22.057607 +49°
    56’ 45.88”, +22° 3’ 27.39”

    This Project is realized with the financial help of the European Commission.

    Project or publication only reflect the author’s stance, European Commission does not take responsibility for the content of the project.