Our Friday round tables will include guests telling their life stories as an inspiration for teams and team leaders. What is the proper way to build and lead a team? How can success be achieved? How can obstacles be overcome? There will be unique examples for those from the world of corporate and public procurement from festival presenters, organizers, friends and Ostrava personalities.
Psychologist Bohdana Fialová helps measure the characteristics and dangerous atmospheres in groups and teams with the support of the DAP diagnostic tool. PROEBIZ has been using her expertise for many years. She’ll explain what real team chemistry is and how to work with it, how to make a real team, and what qualities a team authority should have. Together you can find out what influences the climate in a company and what to do in order for people to work well in it.
"Polda" Sulovský is a legendary climber, who was the first Czech to climb Mount Everest. He’s climbed 8000 metre plus peaks many teams with a number of teams, but he‘s also end an expedition a few metres from the top when it was a matter of life or death. In short, he’s a leader who takes responsibility in moments of crisis. He‘s been a senator since 2012.
He found success on the ice both as captain and later as coach of the Vítkovice ice-hockey team. Later he coached the Russian teams Yaroslavl and Kazan and the Slovakian national team, who he led to a historic success. This legend of the ice-hockey world is able to build, motivate and lead teams full of strong individuals.
Five years ago, an experienced corporate procurement lecturer set out on a journey of freedom, self-sufficiency and independence. Karel Otýs lives with his wife in a forest of solitude. Their home is powered by domestic solar power and they cut and chop their own wood for heating. Drinking water is drawn from a well and they use a rain-collector. They grow their own crops and strive for the greatest possible food self-sufficiency. His story is an inspiration and proof that we can really live the way we want. Just make the decision!
She’s a prominent Czech architect who is interested in using the method of participatory planning and the principles of play in the classroom when mediating architectural themes for the general public and in design practice. She is involved in the preparation and evaluation of architectural competitions both in the theoretical and practical aspects, and has long been a long term associate of the Petr Parléř Partnership.
Hot on the heels of Thursday's walk through the city centre he’ll be here to tell us more about the former steel heart of the republic, and even more about its ancient history and interesting characters. Vladimír Šmehlík is an Ostrava patriot, an enthusiastic playwright, a tour guide and mover and shaker on the Ostrava club scene.
The art of delegating and relying on the skills of the team you are part of or who you are leading is extremely important for the success of each of your professional mission. Learn how to properly evaluate information, share tasks, work together, support each other and take charge. Bringing his experience from his Syrian mission directly to PROEBIZ is the former soldier and current Polish team manager PIOTR KROMPIEWSKI.
There are situations where we not only choose our suppliers for their supplies, but we are also able to get their experience and skills. We’ll be told how to do it and how to achieve a result that will bring benefits and not undermine the relationship.
We’ll hear about the PROEBIZ project for the shared development of the PRO4 procurement platform, the creation of which involves the input of prominent Czech and Slovak procurement specialists. The platform will initially encompass six separate yet interconnectable solutions with a shared data base. This will allow corporate buyers and public procurers to acquire a wealth of important new information about suppliers, markets, commodities and trends that will facilitate the planning and management of procurement decisions.