Katarzyna Zioło

Academic teacher, professor’s assistant

MSc in Economics, an academic teacher, a young researcher on her way to PhD at the University of Szczecin, Poland is a professor’s assistant in the Department of Organization and Management with a concentration in Human Capital and Non-Profit Organizations at Faculty of Management and Economics of Services, the University of Szczecin. She is interested in organizational behaviors, marketing in non-profit organizations and project management. Her teaching interests include psychology, HR management, team building and leadership. She is a member of International Project Management Association (IPMA) Poland and IPMA-Student team.

Selected positions:
Deputy Coordinator of The Children’s University and Academy of a Young Economist;
Deputy Coordinator for Management specialization at Faculty of Management and Economics of Services;
Secretary of the Consultative Board for Training Programs.

Selected projects:
Project Management Training, National Center for Research and Development;
Making Decisions Regarding the Development of Intellectual Capital,
Polish-Slovakian exchange project, Poland’s Ministry of Science and Higher Education;
Boosting Business through joint Vet education, Interreg South Baltic Program.

Why do you believe in cross-border collaboration?
Cross-border collaboration can provide an effective strategy for strengthening higher education in each country. For me, it’s about sharing knowledge, skills, experiences and by that we can better deal with the challenges.

Your personal driving force?
• Working with interesting people.
• Having the opportunity for development – learning new things and taking new action.
• Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.

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