Ildikó Mánássy

trainer, coach

What do you love in your job?

There is nothing I dislike in a trainers job, so I highlight what I love the most. I love the possiblity to always improve, and that I have the opportunity to get to know people from different spheres of business life. I love listening to the experience of the participants, and see how they find solutions for creative tasks. I love watching the progress of group dynamics at the trainings. It makes me feel fulfilled taking some time to appriciate the success and usefulness of a training after the room is empty. You did it! 🙂

Professional experience

  • Trainer, Coach at GROW Group since 2018
  • Trainer, Coach at Unisys Hungary Ltd (SSC) since 2015
  • Quality Management Executive and Professional at HP Hungary Ltd (SSC), 2010-2015
  • Team Leader at EDS Hungary Ltd (SSC), 2006-2008

Projects I am proud of

Kalixa Payment – Professional Communication Training in Wien, where I kept the training in a multicultural and multilingual environment in English. Indian collegues also connected through Skype from India, so I had to be really aware to help them follow the practices of the training clearly. I recieved countless positive feedback to the training, and although the day was intensive, I could plant the seeds in essential topics: assertive communication, client management, business mailing skills, and conflict resolution.


Trainer, Coach, Language teacher, Spine Yoga and Sport Instructor

Other skills and experiences

Keeping trainings in English

Fields of expertise

  • Leadership development
  • Project management
  • Performance evaluation
  • Personal efficiency
  • Effective communication
  • Business mailing
  • Assertive communication
  • Feedback techniques
  • Self awareness trainings (PCM or DISC)

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