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The Universal Language of Nature: A New Way of Conflict Resolution and Authentic Leadership


May 25, 2021

Book Details

Equine assisted coaching is a powerful tool for conflict resolution in Doth professional and private life. Learn the magical role of animals and nature in helping us find answers and our place in life and relationships.We live in a society where technology overshadows the human values of empathy development, and connection with nature and ourselves.In her practice as an international mediator in various cultures, the author was always looking for universal elements of conflicts. This book is a result of this study and highlights interesting aspects that have been neglected for far too long, but could offer structural solutions to the problems of our society today; by the development of emotional intelligence and felt sense, as well as emphasizing the importance of the authentic power of every human being. Nature and especially horses help us in thispersonal development.

Author Description

After her studies in International Relations and Conflict Resolution, Alexandra Sitch worked for many years as an interpreter and intercultural mediator in internationalorganizations in Europe, Japan and the Middle East Later, these experiences were enriched by knowledge of nature constellations to help business leaders, teams and people with personal issues. Having a fascination for culture and psychology, she is interested in the universal elements of communication, which link very different people and cultures. She lives in France and regularly organizes equine assisted mediation workshops and conferences on intercultural communication and understanding across Europe.

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