Moderation

Substantial discussions that inspire

Long-winded monologues, a discussion that does not take off, little substance and panellists refusing to give precise answers: you do not like that? Rightly so! Because a good conversation should always be both: informative and entertaining. Structured and lively. Analyzing and inspiring. A good moderation takes care of that.

To present and convey facts in an entertaining and professional way. To manage difficult and controversial debates at the same time charming and with that critical eye, that it takes to get right to the point. To weave the famous thread from beginning to end. According to these principles I moderate and facilitate events, workshops, high-level debates for a wide range of clients from business and the private sector as well as state and non-governmental organisations, institutions, associations and foundations.

After all, good moderation is important wherever people really want to talk to and engage with to each other.

Samples

Research meets practice

Conversation with political scientist Professor dr. Claudia Derichs and dr. Regina Dube, GIZ expert on India, on the topic "No to violence against women and girls"