I am pleased to inform you that the European Centre of Communication and Culture (ECCC), in cooperation with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) organises a seminar on Human Resources Management. The event will be held from October 19th – 22nd, 2020. This second edition of the training is dedicated to Bishops and to the persons working and collaborating with bishops..
The sessions will be conducted, among others, by bishops Jeffrey M. Monforton, Steubenville Diocese, USA and Ján Babiak, Prešov Archdiocese, Slovakia. The speakers will share their experience on relations with presbyters, religious and laity. Naturally, in their talks they will take into consideration the rites they represent. Another speaker, father Marek Blaza, a Jesuit, will familiarise the participants with the organisation of Diocesan Curia, both in Latin and Greek-Catholic churches. He will also emphasize the need and role of perpetual formation in a religious life.
Reverend Rocco D’Ambrosio, an expert in business ethics at the Pontifical Gregorian University will discuss the issues that are allowed, recommended and must be considered in the process of our cooperation with lay people. The seminar will be concluded by a lecture and workshops on recruiting and dismissing lay employees, as well as approaching hard talks with them. This part of training will be conducted by Maciej Wiśniewski – a manager, entrepreneur and business trainer.
The seminar to be held in Warsaw Falenica, apart from its contents-related part, comprising the lectures and workshops, as well as a chance to have an informal conversation with the trainers, will also offer an opportunity for sharing experience or exchanging views during conversations with other course participants. They can also benefit from the moments of relaxation in our friendly environment.
How to apply?
Please, fill out the application form
or call: +48 22 517 3489, +48 22 872 0441
The applicants admitted to our seminar will receive a confirmation by e-mail to guarantee their participation.
Owing to the USCCB kind support, the participation in the training, with accommodation and catering included, is free of charge.