Institute of Management and Psychology

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The Institute’s training programs consist of courses that improve skills and knowledge on:

  • Excellence of Leadership,
  • Excellence of Teamwork,
  • Excellence of Work,
  • Excellence of Health,
  • Excellence of Interpersonal Communication,
  • Excellence of Business,
  • Excellence of Career,
  • Excellence of Personality,
  • Excellence of Life.

The Institute’s Training courses provide attendees with lectures, workshops, case studies, video training, and a range of highly participative activities that vividly demonstrate the key learning points. At the end of the training course, the participants are encouraged to develop personal action/initiative plans. These plans focus on actual situations that will require them to implement the key learning points. These 8 - 64 hrs courses are designed for to cater for a maximum of 15 participants. On completion of any course, the participants are awarded with a certificate in Lithuanian and English languages.

"The Development of competences in non-violent communication of Lithuanian education system workers“ project is being implemented by the Institute of Management and Psychology and is funded under EEE Financial Mechanism. Project partner, Anniken Poulsson Beer, is a representative of Non-violent Communication Center from Norway.

Project goal is to use Norway's best practices and adapt non-violent communication methods in Lithuania and develop education system workers competencies of non-violent communication (NVC). 
1. To promote the dissemination of non-violent communication techniques in Lithuania.
2. To strengthen educational cooperation at the International level.
3. To strengthen educational cooperation at the National level.
The project will be implemented through the following activities:
1. Preparation of non-violent communication methodological material. The methodology will be developed by 12 persons working group, consisting of 8 academics and 4 external experts.
Project partner, a representative of Non-violent Communication Center from Norway, will come to Lithuania and will give consultations to a working group that develops non-violent communication methodological material. 
2. Consultations about non-violent communication methodological material to the education system workers in Lithuania. 200 people from pre-school, general education and vocational education institutions will be consulted about non-violent communication methods and its practical application in the educational process.
Expected project results:
1. Non-violent communication methodolody will be developed, 300 copies of the material will be printed and the mothodology will be available on the Internet.
2. Consultations of 320 academic hours will be provided to education system worker groups, 10 groups consisting of 20 members.


OUR MISSION is to help people reach the highest potential and peace in minds, hearts, families, and organizations.

OUR VISION is excellence of personality, health, work, career, interpersonal communication, leadership, teamwork, business, and life itself.

QUOTE: "As long as I live, I would like to continue to contribute to the material and spiritual happiness of humanity and society".   (Dr. Kazuo Inamori)


The Institute constantly conducts research at the national and international levels in multidisciplinary fields of psychology and management. Recent research interests:

  • Organizational behavior,
  • Business psychology, 
  • Positive psychology,
  • Quality of life,
  • Cognitive therapy,
  • Emotional and spiritual intelligence,
  • Health psychology,
  • Gender studies,
  • Globalization studies.