Conflict Management

Classical tools – from active listening and I-messaging to win-win negotiation models – are practiced interactively through exercises and case studies. The training follows the principle "from easy to difficult". This means that although interests and topics are initially asked for, they are first practiced in "artificial" situations. Over time, the participants can introduce their own questions and concerns and take home personal learnings to transfer into their everyday life.

Time management and decision making

Neither pure gut feeling nor rational decisions alone will serve all of your needs in the long run. The secret lies in finding the right balance, which must be sought again and again, depending on the situation: Through various exercises, participants can check their personal priorities and get to know various tools for decision-making. The result is to be able to handle different tools in such a way that they can be independently redesigned again and again for short, medium and long-term goals.


training: efficient and target group oriented

A conversation among equals.
target-oriented and resource-oriented.

Trust in Teams

The goal-oriented self-reflection for teams. With the help of 10 trust dimensions (based on the International Trust in Teams Indicator), team members can first assess their own individual factors for trust and then compare them with other team members. A facilitated discussion helps to develop a common approach to how trust should be worked in this team.

Stress Management

Information on stress, sleep and relaxation techniques is provided interactively. By introducing a whole range of relaxation techniques, the participants work out their personal plan to organise their everyday life in such a way that health and performance are maintained.

Intercultural competence development

A successful combination of linguistic, psychological and anthropological information allows the participants to classify strange and foreign behaviour in a goal-oriented way. Cross-national competence development or target-specific training (India-Germany) promotes the ability to deal with problems and conflicts constructively in international work contexts.

The "classic" communication seminar

People say one thing and they may understand something else. So how closely what is said agrees with what is understood is an open variable. In this training, the basics of interpersonal communication are addressed in a playful and humorous way. The target group are all those who have a lot to do with people in their profession, from "A" for assistant to "Z" for zookeeper, and all who are looking for a way to convey their "messages" more accurately and to take up those of others more precisely.

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