Get ready for Synergia - the first meeting of the participants of the 3rd edition

On May 25, 2022, a remote meeting was held: “Get ready for Synergia”, addressed to the participants of the 3rd edition of the Synergia project – Network of cooperation and exchange of experiences of high-level officials from Central and Eastern Europe.



The aim of the meeting was to provide participants with the necessary information on how to work during each training session and to emphasize the need for individual preparation and thorough case analysis before the sessions. In addition, participants received a complete set of information on technical issues, such as logging into the e-learning platform and others.

Project participants

The project participant is a public administration institution which delegates its representatives to participate in the project, i.e. senior management. Congratulations to all those who have already qualified for the 3rd edition of the project and good luck!

The aim of the Synergia project

Preparation of a new educational and cooperation program on the basis of a cooperation network of managers in public administration from Central and Eastern Europe, and implementation of solutions developed during the implementation of the program in practice.

Educational program

The program is tailored to the needs of senior management and covers ten basic areas:

  • project management in the public sector (consistent design method)
  • strategic management in public administration
  • process management
  • change management
  • risk management
  • human team management (leadership, motivating employees, team management)
  • communication management and effective negotiation
  • management of knowledge
  • management by objectives
  • the use of IT in the public sector.

Project financing

Project implemented under the Knowledge Education Development Operational Program:

priority axis: IV Social innovations and transnational cooperation,

action: 4.3. Transnational cooperation.

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