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CFO at Prophyl Ltd., CEO at D-LAB Consulting

Balazs Dobay

Balazs Dobay
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CFO at Prophyl Ltd., CEO at D-LAB Consulting

Balazs is the founder, CEO, and organisational development coach of D-LAB Consulting Ltd. He holds a BSc in Economics, an MA in HR Counselling, and hundreds of hours of coach education. Rayner Institute Canada and Points Of YouTM Israel provided him with international coaching qualifications. He is an experienced public and private sector accountant (with an IFRS degree), a member of various professional and social organisations, and one of the founders of the HR Club at the Pécs-Baranya Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hungary.

After a decade of experience in leadership roles and a rising career in finance, accounting, and education management positions, he discovered that the potentials inside him might be far better employed for supporting others than leading them. He understood that the information he gained while working in the government and private sector in the departments of IT, taxation, finance, controlling, HR, accounting, and, of course, education allows him to develop a self-employed career. He is in "flow" in his coaching and counselling activities and has a solid business experience. He is following in the footsteps of a polyhistor. As an interim or external manager, he continues to use his leadership talents for the benefit of his SME clients.

Balazs often claims that he is preoccupied with removing roadblocks in his personal and professional life. His activities are intertwined: coaching and mentoring, business consulting, interim management, and organisational development are all on the agenda at his company. He is in charge of Rayner Institute Canada's Hungarian language education, as well as an online ICF ACSTH recognised Executive Coach & Leadership Training in Hungary.

His motto is a quote from Frank Herbert: "…you must not look far afield for problems. Such problems may never arrive. Instead, tend to the wolf within your fences. The packs ranging outside may not even exist.”