The essence of dialogue lies in experience. When all participating parties feel understood, rivalry will disappear and mutual respect will grow. People will regain creativity. A dialogue session provides in-depth and lasting results because participants will come to see that another way of cooperation is possible.
Dialogue places problems and people beside other instead of opposite each other. In this way, it lays the foundation for communication and mutual trust and for the enthusiasm to tackle practical and strategic subjects.
Participants will experience responsibility for others, themselves and their problems. Because of this, participants feel more and more connected with each other.
Dialogue lets people take responsibility for their problems through personal experience. They will experience a connection with each other that advances solutions.