Approach and methods
I am convinced that whenever two individuals come together an intercultural encounter takes place. Such encounters can have lasting positive effects. However, when people with different interests, heritages, and language backgrounds meet, the focus often shifts to cultural differences—and this prevents mutual enrichment. The challenge, therefore, consists in using cultural diversity as an instrument for enhancing available resources.
We are always fascinated to see the creative impetus that is generated when intercultural contacts take place. This is the basis of our work.
We then help our partners develop this impetus and translate it into specific goals. As work progresses, we use diversity to set more ambitious goals.
Our approach combines a variety of methods based on different theories. With our assistance, groups work together to define their own common ground for cooperation.
Our methods are designed to detect available potentials and strengthen a positive mindset.
For me, the question is not where people come from, but what we dare to achieve together.