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Adela Plesnik Schicker

Fortune500 lecturer, co-author of the global bestseller The End of Procrastination and Founder of

  • Trainer and facilitator
  • Keynote speaker specializing in behavioral economics and applied science
  • Empowering leaders, teams, and businesses to reach their full potential

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Adela worked with many clients including
  • Microsoft
  • Google
  • Lego
  • Ikea
  • Deloitte
  • PWC
  • Skoda
  • Avast
  • Hilti
  • Unicredit
  • Reiffeisen
  • Yelp
  • Wework
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About Adela

A dynamic communication specialist and facilitator passionate about empowering leaders, teams, and businesses to achieve their full potential. With an immense track record as a Fortune500 lecturer, worldwide bestseller co-author, and the founder of, Adela tries to bring a wealth of expertise to every project.

Through science-based know-how and practical tools, she trains and facilitates companies and teams across the globe to master essential skills that drive performance and happiness. Over the last 19 years, she has lived and worked in 12 different countries across 4 continents, bringing a truly global perspective to her work.

With a deep understanding of behavioral economics and psychology, Adela has a keen eye for identifying people's talents and helping them to harness their full potential. In addition, her experience in diverse working environments has equipped her with a unique understanding of today’s fast-paced business landscape.

Apart from her job, she actively works with multiple NGOs close to her heart. As a lifelong Scout, she tries to live by the quote attributed to Lord Robert Baden-Powell, "Try and leave this world a little better than you found it." At work, she is trying to do just that; in her personal life, she is trying to make it a little kinder and nicer.


“I finally felt like this topic is being addressed by someone who understands it, is impartial, can deal with edge cases, and most importantly, understands when it's over the edge again. So for me, a definite thumbs up. This is someone I would trust with the topic of Diversity & Inclusion.”
“I was surprised that it wasn't a "This is the way it has to be, and this is the way you do it" lecture but rather useful advice on how to approach the whole area, with an emphasis on thinking about it and doing it right, not because it's said so, but because it's the right thing to do.”
“ and their innovational approach helped us to reach new decisions and improvements. Their training was educational and entertaining at the same time. The whole team and I were excited to cooperate with them.”


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