He graduated from the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and later from the Theatre Faculty of JAMU in Brno as part of his doctoral studies. He completed a number of trainings and internships in the field of communication, also abroad, e.g. in Germany, Austria and France. Since 2001, over 18,500 employees of many companies have undergone his training and coaching.
For the last 17 years, he has been passionate about improvisational theatre. In 2012 he founded a research and development center for improvisation called IMPRO INSTITUT, which prepares courses and workshops for both corporate clients and the public. In 2013, he published a book entitled “Be Masters of Improvisation!” and in 2015 “Training Masters of Improvisation”.
He is a regular lecturer at universities such as VŠE, FFUK, Metropolitan University, VŠEM. He prepares TEDx Prague speakers for their performance and he himself also spoke at TEDx Prague in 2017. Similarly, he works as a coach and mentor in preparing presentations and speeches at conferences for individuals from corporate and business environments.
In business, everything revolves around measurable results. But the question of meaning cannot be answered by statistics. Let’s forget about business as a mere numbers game. In reality it is about the positive emotion conveyed, the repeated willingness of people to work with you, to use your products or services, to become part of your story.
The presentation will be in a form of a moderated conversation, moderated by Martin Vasquez.
Talk with Ondřej Vetchý – a well-known Czech actor – will take place during Wednesday evening networking session.
The talk will be moderated by Martin Vasquez.
Panel discussion on the topic of health – of economy, society, companies, projects. Discussants will be: Martin Klusoň, Martin Záklasník and Martin Vohánka. The discussion will be held in Czech and moderated by Oliver Čapčík and Martin Vasquez.
Healthy Performance. Health. Performance. Efficiency. Balance. Do these terms belong together? How do we achieve one without depriving ourselves of the other? We will talk about these topics with professor Pavel Pafko.
Professor Pavel Pafko is an exemplary combination of two elements – health and efficiency. What are the most significant changes in the approach to our health or full performance from his practice? How is the concept of work-life balance changing and why we no longer have to be successful only at the cost of our own health? And what recipe does Pavel Pafko himself have for his vitality?
During the discussion we will talk about health and performance as areas that do not have to exist only at the expense of each other, as it seemed in the past, but instead as areas that not only coexist, but can directly support and build on each other. We will touch on this topic from a medical, psychological and philosophical perspective.
The discussion will be moderated by Martin Vasquez.