Who we are

Deep development in personal and professional life has been our interest for over 20 years. During this time we worked for ourselves and our clients with different mentors, programs and inspirations.

Our aim is to equip the business world with subtle methods we found interesting, true and highly effective, finding balance between how our minds and our hearts function.

Bring harmony to your Organization.

Przemek Gawroński

Przemek is an executive coach, senior leadership consultant, experienced change facilitator and an MA in applied social psychology. Supports organizations in change processes on individual, team and system’s levels.
Besides consulting Przemek is an aikido teacher (holds a 6th degree black belt) and runs his own dojo (practice hall) with over a hundred active practitioners. With over 30 years of aikido and meditation experience he brings authenticity, depth and calmness to his work. Aikido’s philosophy and methodology has hugely impacted Przemek’s unique approach to facilitation, personal growth, communication, conflict transformation and stress management.

Certified Facilitator for Leadership & Executive Development Intensive programs by John J. Scherer.

Przemek facilitated change projects, coached and delivered workshops for management boards, senior and top management at Allianz, AON, IG, Agora, DPD Polska, National Nederlanden, mBank, BZ WBK, ING Bank, Santander, House Of Skills, HTC, GroupeSEB, Orange, Play, Merck, Roche, Ernst&Young, BCG, Deloitte.

Anna Broniek

Coach, manager, leader, blogger, organizations and leaders development facilitator. Passionate professional with 20 years of experience in Managing Change within many international and multicultural projects (for Nestle, DPD, Dell, Polish Police, Nationale Nederlanden, KPMG, Johnson&Johnson, Orange, mBank, EY and others).

Certified Facilitator for Leadership & Executive Development Intensive programs by John J. Scherer.

In 2017-2020 co-owner and Managing Director of Scherer Leadership Center (SLC).

Keeping all business “pieces” together, linking “soft” and “hard” aspects of leadership. Loving both, operational topics and developmental work with people.

As an introvert, especially keen on investigating richness and true power of introversion for its huge value in business and private life. Sharing this knowledge with the world.
Focused on building supportive and cooperative ways of working between all the project /business /organization parties. Calm in front of problems, trying to find the best possible solution – for the topic and for people. Searching for business and life effectiveness, looking for harmony in all aspects of life.
Practicing aikido since 1995, currently owning 3rd dan black belt. In free time enjoying dance, meditation, interior design, or just being happy with with different kinds of arts and sports.

Everyday finding a reason to smile. 🙂


John J. Scherer

As a former Combat Officer on a US Navy Destroyer, Lutheran Chaplain at Cornell University, Gestalt and Family Systems Therapist, Graduate School co-creator, author, successful change consultant and entrepreneur, John brings a unique perspective to his life and work. Business and community leaders from 42 nations have graduated from his Executive and Leadership Development Intensives.
John is the creator of hundreds of articles and online media, including The Scherer Leadership Report, and is author of Work and the Human Spirit (1993) and Five Questions that Change Everything (2008). A prodigious writer, his work has been translated into 15 languages. The Stephen Covey organization honored John as one of America’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Personal/Leadership Development, and in 2015 the International Organization Development Network recognized him with their coveted Lifetime Achievement Award. We are fortunate to have with us one of the living experts on the deep development of leaders and the Action Research approach to facilitating change.

Living and working from a base in Warsaw, Poland, he is known around the world for his ability to connect with leaders and front-line staff in bringing about profound individual breakthroughs and workplace-wide transformations. A father of four ‘wonderfully grown and gifted artistic’ children, he runs, does yoga, still performs the occasional magic show, and loves to read a good spy novel.