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Patrycja Obara

Lekkomówni
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Patrycja Obara is a communication coach and trainer, her main areas of focus being public speaking, cross-cultural and cross-gender communication, as well as teacher training. She is an internationally certified vocal coach (Modern Vocal Training level 2) and a Vocal Health First Aider. She runs Lekkomówni, a communication training company and a podcast, as well as a singing school, Wrocławska Szkoła Śpiewu. She has been a teacher since 2001 and an academic teacher since 2007. She is also a singer-songwriter and music producer with three published studio albums and two more (one solo and one collaboration) on the way.

Knowledge sharing in the workplace—how to learn from one another effectively

Knowledge is only worth as much as can be shared. Its value increases with every inspiration, every aha-moment, every solution that someone in your environment comes up with. And it’s a funny thing, because every time you share your knowledge, an opportunity arises for you to grow and learn something new in return.

But how do we learn? What conditions have to be met for us to learn (and teach) effectively? What tools can we use to make knowledge transfer smooth and pleasant? Let’s dive into psychological foundations of learning and how they can be applied in the workplace.