Conflicts can occur between companies, within company management, between different departments or in the workplace.
This creates misunderstandings. Tasks are not done. Those concerned are unwilling to go to work. They are exposed to a tense mood. Ultimately, damages to the companies and the people remain.

Conflicts between companies or business successions are put fought before court. These litigations usually last long, are public and cost intensive. There are winners and losers. Image and people suffer from it.

A solution can often be found through mediation. The mediator is responsible for the conversation’s execution. This allows the parties to concentrate on the solution finding process. The mediation takes place discreetly, without any viewers. The parties themselves determine the dates.