Conducting open dialogue
It is very often the case that people and groups with different interests, knowledge, ideas, business practices and cultural backgrounds are involved in building projects. The trick is to bring these representatives to the table and to establish the most open possible, goal-oriented dialogue.
Through our pronounced sense of value and the trustworthy integrity we know how to bridge chasms and to win over the different parties for a common agenda.
This brokering competence is written permanently in the company's DNA. We are assisted in this by our ability to listen attentively and ask the right questions, because good questions open up those involved in the construction to productive thinking processes and discussions beyond hardened fronts and prejudice. Key questions get to the core of the brief and help gain new insights, staking out more and more common ground.
We at MAX FRANK call that:"BUILDING COMMON GROUND".