Šta je filozofsko savetovanje, a šta filozofski „koučing“?

Filozofsko savetovanje (koje se naziva i individualnim etičkim konsaltingom) je dijaloški rad sa filozofskim praktičarem u cilju rešavanja bilo kog ličnog, profesionalnog ili organizacionog problema tako što će se problem moralno interpretirati i osmisliti

Ko su kandidati za filozofsko savetovanje ili koučing?

Kada je reč o preduzećima, svako srednje ili veliko preduzeće ima potrebu da propiše i reguliše odnose među zaposlenima, a najbolji, „najmekši“ i, istovremeno, najefikasniji način da se to učini je da se propiše etički pravilnik i da se zaposlenima pomogne

Filozofsko savetovanje i koučing su posebna disciplina

Filozofsko savetovanje nije psihoterapija. Ono se ne zasniva na dijagnozama, i nije namenjeno ljudima koji boluju od psiholoških poremećaja. Njegova svrha nije da se bavi našim reakcijama na probleme, da te reakcije definiše kao patologiju


[:en] Soft Skills Training for Companies (Package 1): Generic Training in Emotional Intelligence (two days)

The generic principles of emotional intelligence and its relationship to corporate responsibility

Corporate responsibility is a two-way process. In one direction, it concerns the company’s responsibility to its surroundings, the society. By being a good ‘corporate citizen’ and helping its community to achieve important social goals, the company mobilizes the community’s loyalty and thus creates a core of faithful clients and customers. This type of social responsibility is not just the ’paying back of the debt to society’, as it is often described (such a ’debt’, fundamentally, does not exist). Rather it is a way to increase the profit by fostering the social links and emotional relationships between the company and the community within which the company operates.

In the other direction, social responsibility is a relationship between the company and its own employees. In this contet, the company itself is a social environment within which the employees expect a certain quality of life during the working hours in exchange for high productivity.

The two types of corporate responsibility can be achieved simultaneously by the building up of ’corporate emotional intelligence’ through the various methods of training of the employees.

In the generic sense, emotional intelligence is a set of skills which helps build up the individual’s relationships with the community. Some employers have found that employees who have inadequate realtionships with their families tend to be less effective as communicators in the workplace, and thus, most of the time, less than optimally productive. The same holds for employees who have problems establishing a social circle of friends, or those who have difficulty in organizing their personal lives so that they can adquately nurture their health and general emotional well-being. For all of these reasons, the building up of emotional intelligence helps the company influence the employees and at the same time it helps the employees to develop skills which will make them generally more effective: in the workplace, this increase effectiveness will manifest in increased productivity, and in their personal lives it will manifest as greater personal ’success’ in the things that are important to them as persons.

Format of the training:

This is an ambitious two-day program which includes the following:

  • Introductory presentation on generic emotional intelligence and the two main exercises which will be used in the training.
  • First interactive workshops with participants being divided into 2 or 3 groups.
  • Briefing and summary of the conclusions of the first workshop.
  • Second workshops with follow-up questions between the groups of participants.
  • Briefing and summary of the second workshop.
  • Third workshop with somatic, bodily movements and physical contact between the participants and writing down of reactions. This is a complex workshop which will be moderated by 2 moderators.
  • Detailed debriefing.
  • Concluding seminar discussion.
  • Award of the certificates.

The successful participants will be certified to consult on emotional intelligence within the company for 2 years.

 Number of participants

The training requires a minimum of 12 participants, up to a maximum of 36.

Post-training support

The trainers will be at the company’s disposal for 12 months after the training to provide practical advice about any further implementation of the methodology in the company.


Generic emotional intelligence is offered in two-day packages and can either be conducted on company premises or in a specialized setting.

Package costs

(inclusive of travel, accommodation of training personnel and provision of material):

2 day package  (Europe): €16,500.

(Americas): $22,  000

(Asia and the Middle East): $18,500.

Further information

Please write to us at office@etika.edu.rs, or with specific queries, to Training Coordinator, Prof. Aleksandar Fatic (personal website: http://aleksandarfatic.net).