Non-violence is the best approach to addressing even severe conflicts.
Stop the escalation of conflict!
Conflicts often do not have a simple solution and they rarely resolve themselves. They must be actively addressed or they will most likely resurface at a later time.
It is often helpful if an external, neutral person steps in. Without emotional attachment and without being suspected of taking sides, it is possible to help the conflicting
parties to get to the root of the problem; Find a common objective, break deadlocks, and finally leave the spiral of conflict.
De-escalate, deepen your understanding and take steps.
Mediation / Moderation
Impartial guidance through difficult discussions with all parties around the table. The aim is to be able to get to hear and understand each other's perspectives and then consider
the next steps - either taking a joint or separate paths.
Support when not all parties involved in a conflict can be brought to the table. This is suitable for leaders with conflicts in their team or just generally for individuals who
are involved in a conflict and are looking for constructive ways out.
Dealing with the Past / Reconciliation Processes
Facing and dealing with difficult experiences from the past involving others. The past shapes our lives. It is helpful to consciously reflect on it and think of how it is best to
deal with it. Forgiveness and reconciliation are important concepts that can play a significant role. At the heart of this is the question of seeking truth / reparation and