Conflict coaching

A new approach for conflict transformation to help you out of the deadlock!

Conflict coachingOur approach to Conflict coaching & Strategic Intervention is a Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes method. It explores the root causes of our motivations and presents effective strategies to promote changes for groups or individuals.

Many problems can be solved by better clarifying our beliefsvalues ​​and goals and then observing the resulting of our strategic decisions. Our decisions, triggered by our motivations lead us to choose specific actions rather than others. As an example : you can satisfy your need of eating by buying a pizza in a take away, going to the restaurant or cooking one at home.

The purpose of Conflict Coaching & Strategic Intervention as a preparation for a mediation process is to provide non-invasive instruments, allowing to make quick changes in our beliefs and motivations thus modifying our understanding of a situations.

Often, by changing just slightly the perspective there is suddenly room for more satisfactory options for the conflict resolution. The Conflict coaching will help to better understand how we manage the satisfaction of our basic needs and, if deemed necessary by us, we change the way we want to satisfy them.

The key to this change is indeed the understanding and management of our six basic needs which are our driving forces behind our behaviours.

The Human basic Needs

As we understand now, after Toni Robbins, the study of human needs is a practical inquiry into human motivation, as well as a compendium of effective strategies for promoting both individual and group change. The concept of basic Human Needs carries the belief that the key to both understanding and changing human behavior lies in our ability to understand and manage our six basic human needs, which are the driving force behind human behavior. 

While we acknowledge that each human being is a unique and special person, we also share brains and nervous systems that function in the same way. Every human being – whether a migrant worker or royalty – has the same fundamental six human needs. Whether one is attempting to understand an individual, couple, or a group, the Six Human Needs provide a practical key for identifying what people need, what is preventing them from being happy, and what strategies will be most effective in promoting human change, progress, and fulfillment.

Our beliefs determine our decisions

While we acknowledge that each human being is a unique and special person, we also share brains and nervous systems that function in the same way. Every human being – whether a migrant worker or royalty – has the same fundamental six human needs. Whether one is attempting to understand an individual, couple, or a group, the Six Human Needs provide a practical key for identifying what people need, what is preventing them from being happy, and what strategies will be most effective in promoting human change, progress, and fulfillment.

These are four basic needs, not merely desires but profound needs that underlie and motivate every choice we make. And there are two needs, pertaining to growth and contribution, and these are essential to human fulfillment.

Where Conflict coaching and Mediation leads to an inner reconciliation process

Creating awareness of how we deal with our inner conflict and create space to give us options and solutions to better satisfy our basic needs and aspirations by negotiating with ourselves and the other leads to the capacity to really enter the world of mediation and have huge benefits from taking the win-win perspective.