Niko von der Lühe


Only those who can empathize with the dynamics of individuals and groups will be able to provide the correct initiatives to activate forces that can lead to self-regulation. Thus, a development process is set in motion. Everyone profits for this and it gives rise to forces for self-regulation, so that goals can be achieved.

In my more than twenty years of consulting practice, I have learned how individuals and heterogeneous groups can work well together. And I have also seen the reasons for why cooperative efforts can fail. I work with my own methods, tested many times in practice, the goal being to work jointly to develop highly motivating targets and strategies, to enumerate disruptions, and to clarify conflicts.

I see my task as contributing to an effective, fruitful cooperation of individuals, teams and organizations.