I am Monika Slomska, founder and managing director of Knowledge Pyramid Ltd. With the foundation of the company I have fulfilled my longstanding dream of having an opportunity to offer personalized, best-in-class quality services based on more than two decades of operational experience in order to offer the essential support needed when it comes to managing change in organizations.
On my introductory page I would like to share some thoughts about myself and how I can be of assistance.
linkedin Monika Slomska
Owner, Managing Director
Knowledge Pyramid Ltd.
An organisational developer who is able to predict the future but plans in the present.
Irrespective of a company’s profile, the need for transformation and its execution are the essential factors that support in increasing a firm’s profitability, the planning of a long-term strategy and the retention of critical clients and workforce. Nevertheless, the already existing organisational structure and a considerable number of human factors do not reduce the difficulty of managing transformation. The typical phrase of “we have always done it this way” can also manifest itself as an obstacle when it comes to managing even the most basic of changes.
It is quite common that CEOs and senior executives, although feeling and understanding that transformation is needed, cannot define accurately what they would like, or decide what they would wish to change. My job is to analyse the actual situation of a firm and formulate a long-term strategy in cooperation with the management of the company that takes into consideration its actual circumstances, and will show, step-by-step, the work needed to achieve the desired goal.
A problem-solver who connects.
One of the most significant challenges impacting workplaces is managing the motivations of numerous simultaneously coexisting generations.
The retention of groups possessing different needs and views on life is indeed a difficult task. The comprehension and preservation of an employed workforce, whose composition ranges from Baby Boomers to the Z-generation, poses an increasingly difficult challenge to leaders and employers as well, who desperately seek to find the motivating factor that helps to retain key human resources without simply having to resort to increases in pay and other allowances.
I offer unique and realisable solutions by diagnosing the root cause of a problem and building bridges between people.
Once again, we managed to bring together key leaders within the service center industry to start a conversation about the sector’s present and future – But this time, the focus was on HR.
Once again we had the privilege of moderating yet another exclusive chatroom, during which the effects of the worldwide pandemic, primarily on the logistics industry, were subject to discussion.
As promised, we have summarized the key conclusions of the SSC / BSC / BPO Senior Leaders' Chatroom, which Knowledge Pyramid Kft. had the opportunity to organize and moderate.
Not just a simple workshop, but also the beginning of a new direction.
Why is it that when experiencing bodily or psychological problems, we immediately turn to an expert, doctor, psychologist or coach, but when it comes to our business being “ill” or stuck in its development, we do not tend to contact the professional needed who could be of aid?
Sticking to the motto above, we opened Knowledge Pyramid Kft.’s Exclusive Business Leaders Workshop held on the 12th of November - during which we discussed the integration of the 40+ generation’s employment together with distinguished members of top management within the Business Services sector.
We believe that referrals are opportunities to be tested. So, we asked Matthew Staight at Adstream whether he liked working with us and whether he would recommend us for a different project.
If a company is functioning as it should, the organisation appears as if it were a colourful puzzle.