Eva Maria Scheid

Better deal with conflicts and ideally resolve them constructively.

It is not things that worry us,
but the opinions we have about things. (Epictetus)


Conflicts are inevitable and commonplace.
They are the natural consequence of
our different experiences, beliefs, interests and needs.

Successful conflict resolution not only settles the conflict on the substantive level,
but also clarifies and deepens the relationship with each other at the same time.
Conflicts wake
us up.

Conflicts widen
our limited vision.

Conflicts can inspire us to develop a deeper understanding for human behaviour.

Conflicts encourage us to question things.


  • Conveying a positive attitude towards conflicts
  • Encouraging people to face the conflicts of everyday life with confidence
  • Reducing the fear of conflict by increasing confidence and sovereignty
  • Promoting constructive and creative behaviour

Find ways

  • to inner clarity
  • from being against each other to being with each other
  • from misunderstanding to understanding
  • from mistrust to trust
  • from conflict to cooperation


  • Understanding conflicts instead of avoiding them
  • Recognising one’s own behaviour and that of the conflict partners
  • Four essential skills for constructive conflict resolution
  • Defusing conflicts through an open communication style
  • From the winner-loser syndrome to behaviour appropriate to the situation
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