We are a team consisting of trainers, coaches, mediators and consultants
Not only do we develop individual in-house seminars for you but over and above that we also offer open seminars at our premises in Charlottenburg. Take a look at our current programme to give you an idea of what we offer. Furthermore, we design and prepare concepts for you that are tailor-made to your needs, whether it be a consulting or coaching session or a conflict or mediation consultation.
Some of our open seminars are recognized and supported according to the Berlin educational leave law
Human Resources Development
With our seminars and workshops, we give participants the self-confidence to do what they are really capable of and the courage to try out new things in their working world. This gives them the certainty that they can master problems. This makes them successful - personally and for the company.
„Gute Führung zeigt sich, wenn sie andere wachsen lässt``
Coaching und Konfliktberatung
The coach seeks to introduce the leader to multifarious perspectives on a particular problem and to motivate the leader to make maximum use of his own personal resources in an attempt to solve the problem.
Coaching does not normally involve a single session of counselling but is an ongoing multisession process which usually involves 3 - 10 sessions.
What is the difference between coaching and mediation?
You can also book these as in-house in English.
Here is an excerpt of our English seminars already held:
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Mediation saves time and money.
Mediation is the process in which individual persons or groups assisted by a neutral third party seek to attain an equitable solution to their conflict.
Team work has to be lived
Team work doesn’t grow overnight. A mature, performance-oriented team develops gradually – after problems have been solved, relationships have been deepened and roles have been cleared.
To improve social skills are the goal.
What is the difference between coaching and mediation? Whereas mediation is a process of conflict resolution between adversarial parties…