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Conflict Moderation

Con­flicts arise when dif­fer­ent opin­ions, atti­tudes and action strate­gies come togeth­er. The ques­tion is: To what extent are par­tic­i­pants able and will­ing to con­scious­ly deal with the under­ly­ing emo­tions and needs?

This is where our con­flict mod­er­a­tors come in. In emo­tion­al­ly dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tions, we work e.g. with the non-vio­lent com­mu­ni­ca­tion accord­ing to Mar­shall Rosen­berg. Non-vio­lence is to be under­stood as a life atti­tude: Avoid­ing harm­ing and injur­ing oth­ers. In thoughts and in deeds. Renounc­ing the use of lan­guage that makes oth­ers respon­si­ble for one’s own feel­ings and has the propen­si­ty to incite conflicts.

Our mod­er­a­tions are help­ful not only in the event of con­flicts between col­leagues, but also with­in a team and between man­agers and employ­ees. In change process­es, our con­flict mod­er­a­tion also offers com­mit­tees such as boards of direc­tors and works coun­cils new ori­en­ta­tion and strength.

1-Day-Workshop

Con­flict mod­er­a­tion between two actors.

Mind­ful. Lib­er­at­ing. Stimulating.

After a mind­ful and con­fi­den­tial clar­i­fi­ca­tion of the assign­ment with the actors, the fol­low­ing aspects can be essential:

  • What events shaped the relationship?
  • What reac­tions and sen­si­tiv­i­ties have been triggered?
  • What could the con­struc­tive han­dling of the mutu­al trig­ger points look like?
  • What com­mit­ment do both sides enter into?

2-Day Workshop

Con­flict mod­er­a­tion in a team.

Non-vio­lent. Open. Clarifying.

After a mind­ful and con­fi­den­tial clar­i­fi­ca­tion of the assign­ment with the actors, the fol­low­ing aspects can be essential:

  • What con­flicts and resis­tance exist on the mate­r­i­al and rela­tion­ship level?
  • What are the hid­den sensitivities?
  • What should a future col­lab­o­ra­tion look like?
  • What bind­ing agree­ments are essential?

In line with this theme:

"A crisis is a productive situation. One simply needs to remove the connotation of catastrophe." (Max Frisch)

Our most sought-after offers:

Individual Coaching

Individual Coaching

Indi­vid­ual coach­ing express­es the inner wis­dom of the coachee. In a mind­ful and clear process. Through present accom­pa­ni­ment and inspir­ing questions.

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Peer Review

Peer Review

Often, teams or com­mit­tees are dom­i­nat­ed by ingrained rou­tines that make new things difficult.

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