Olivia was born with a love for the spoken word and her first words were not “ma-ma”, rather poetry. This need for verbal expression continues to be a guiding force in her life. In these non-poetic times she finds poetry in places where others might not even search for it. Poetry allows her to feel like a seated child whose feet dangle above the floor. In that space and motion lies the magic of good training – allowing for the unexpected, allowing creative flow, but most importantly: knowing what you want to say. Olivia will joyfully accompany you through soft skills courses and together you can write one poetic chapter in the book of your life.

Her educational agency is preparing people for the careers of tomorrow, getting them ready to adapt to an ever-changing environment. Olivia’s concept of Future skills develops ‘soft skills’ competencies recognized as a modern day requirement by Institute for the Future and Fortune 500. The Future skills concept is shared with companies here and abroad and with international students as an accredited subject within Leadership Program at the University of Economics in Bratislava. She is proud to serve companies as Dell, IBM, Lenovo, Uniqa, Henkel, Swiss Re, Allianz, DCC Denmark, Amcham, Pelikán and others. You can also find her at the BRAINERY Evening School open for public.

In February 2019 she was recognized as the Lecturer of the Year with record number of 21 nominations.

Why Olinclusive ? My offer to you reacts on real needs and trends in education and you can get them all under one roof – a one-stop-shop for communication needs if you will. This word also has another dimension, inclusion means to us that all that are interested in these subjects are very welcome regardless of status, skin color or beliefs. The whole concept of future skills contributes to real inclusion in society as it leads to deep tolerance, acceptance and mutual respect. As I actively promote the idea of inclusion in education and broader society, my door is always open to all, provided I am home! Please feel free to get in touch via the usual channels (details in contact us)  and together we can find a solution and include you into our programs. Looking forward to an interactive forum!