Having started his career path with a degree in fundamental psychology, Sergey later continued his studies at the Estonian-Swedish Institute and the Molokanov and Sikirin School of Business Coaching.
Over the past 17 years, Sergey has been a field force manager for leading pharmaceutical companies such as Gedeon Richter, Bayer, Teva, Pharmstandard, and Shreya. During the 3 years of his work as a coach in a major orthopedic company, he had over 300 training sessions conducted.
Sergey has devoted 15 years of his career to pharmaceutical marketing, sales, and objection handling. Having a real talent for graphic facilitation, Sergey uses this method extensively in his workshops. He is also known for his self-developed design of supporting materials. One of Sergey's other strong points is his ability to rationally explain new information to virtually any person.
Sergey's personal approach to coaching is especially noteworthy. After all, he has been professionally involved in psychotherapy-related work for 15 years. And it is his skills in psychodiagnostics that help him find an individual approach and make each program intense and interesting.
It's Sergey's firm belief that training can only be effective if employees are motivated to acquire new competencies.