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Walsha provides coaching for professionals in the form of training, executive coaching and conflict management such as negotiation and mediation.

Our trainings are interactive and aimed at sustainable change in both the individual and the organization. They are based on Charles Jennings’ 10;20;70 Learning & Development model. This makes our trainings have a significant and lasting impact.
Walsha trainings are always customized so we can turn your investment into lasting results.

Executive coaching is one of the most powerful approaches in leadership development for senior executives and high-potentials.
Executive coaching is working one-on-one with a professional coach on achieving your goals and challenges where the coach supports you in your personal as well as business leadership.

Mediation is on the rise but still relatively little known. A mediation is conducted by a licensed mediator, a legally recognized and protected title. This means that agreements made with a licensed mediator leads to legally valid agreements. The agreement can be homologated by the court at the request of either party, giving it the same force as a “judgment” rendered by the court.
In mediation, the parties hold the reins of power. The mediator guides the parties to a sustainable agreement.
A mediation is conducted under the conditions of independence, voluntariness, and confidentiality. In particular, confidentiality is an asset for conflicts that are sensitive to the parties and/or the organization. Confidentiality is valid for the mediation process but can be kept confidential even after the preparation of the agreement at the request of (all) parties. This makes mediation by a licensed mediator ideally suited for conflicts involving sexually transgressive behavior, harassment and so on.

Learning, adapting, innovating and changing: organizations need it more than ever. Our customized training programs provide robust and targeted solutions. Customized training provides your employees with the knowledge, skills and confidence to manage change processes, to address specific strategic questions or simply to build a resilient and high-performance management structure in your organization.

Our goal is to build a valuable partnership with your organization. Whether your focus is on turning your strategy into results, fostering innovation, building entrepreneurship or driving organizational change – our customized trainings have real value for your business due to their power and effectiveness.


Give your people the knowledge, resources and capabilities they need to effect change in your organization. As a leading training institution, we enable companies to meet the ever-changing challenges of global business. Our proven expertise, pioneering spirit and pragmatic, action-oriented approach set WALSHA apart from others.

By partnering with WALSHA, you will gain access to:

  • SUPPLIERS WITH STILL EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE in imparting knowledge and broadening perspectives PRACTICAL TOOLS AND INSIGHTS to turn ideas and thoughts into action
  • HIGH QUALITY SOLUTION with a passion to effectively support your functioning and participation in AN ACTIVE NETWORK of professionals.


The quality of customized training depends on successful collaboration before, during and after training. WALSHA is committed to shaping your learning journey through the following roadmap:

We start every collaboration by listening to each other. Our goal is to understand your organization, your ambitions and your strategic challenges.

Our experts conduct a more in-depth needs analysis to gain a solid knowledge of development needs. At the end of this process, we document the training goals and core training themes in an agreement.

After this consultation, we design the learning process, designate speakers, facilitators and experts who will deliver the training. We coordinate the content of the training and arrange all practical matters for a smooth delivery.

Our facilitators are (international) experts who actively share their knowledge and experiences with our participants. Our intention is to actually touch, inspire and enthuse participants to change beacons. Our didactics vary each time according to the objectives of the course. Delivery is managed by a training consultant who guides participants through the learning process.

Each training is evaluated during and after implementation. We seek feedback from participants on all aspects of the training. This will allow us to determine whether the goals were met. After the training, we measure the impact with the client.

Walsha is a training institute recognized by the Federal Mediation Commission under the name People Interaction.
Those who successfully complete both the basic module and one specialization module with us can apply for accreditation with the Federal Mediation Commission.
Likewise, continuing education courses are accredited by the Federal Mediation Commission.

Our courses include numerous examples from our expertise. Thus, as a graduate, you will be excellently prepared for your job as a licensed mediator.

Upon request, we are happy to organize these training courses specifically for your organization on site.

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Every leader – from administrator to team leader – benefits from the effective tool that coaching is in your personal development.
Executive coaching is applied to maximize your personal impact in your team and your organization.
Executive coaching is therefore always tailored to your personal goals and topics to be developed.

Executive or one-to-one coaching is particularly important where you are a leader taking on a new challenge for yourself, your team or your organization.

Examples include:

  • preparation for your new role or career
  • Managing stress, change, conflict or crisis situations
  • support in taking on a new role
  • accelerating the personal development of people seen as high potential
  • An objectified and independent sounding board for senior leaders
  • tailored development to reward and retain employees key positions critical to your organization

The goal is to resolve conflicts in a sustainable manner without the intervention of the lawyer and/or legal proceedings. The agreements are legally valid and can be homologated by the court at the request of the parties, giving them the same enforceability as a court judgment.

Increasingly, we see family judges (recommending) that the parties first enter mediation in divorce cases. This is because faster and more sustainable agreements are possible through mediation.

With Divorce By Consent (EOT), the certified mediator can guide this entire process. The actual divorce, property division and parenting arrangement. These elements individually can also be themes of mediation.

Mediation finds its benefit — provided both parties are willing to cooperate constructively — in reaching a fully legally valid agreement faster, cheaper.
Mediation allows for solutions that are broader than the legislation. Matters of Public Order or Compelling Law must strictly follow legislation. This relates primarily to securing the rights and well-being of the child. So it gives more opportunities provided both parties .

The goal is to resolve conflicts in a sustainable manner without the intervention of the lawyer and/or legal proceedings. The agreements are legally valid and can be homologated by the court at the request of the parties, giving them the same enforceability as a court judgment.

The main advantage is the confidentiality of the mediation process. At the request of the parties, confidentiality may be maintained even after the conclusion of the agreement.

Conflict mediation in companies concerns all internal conflicts.
These are often labor-related conflicts ranging from conflicts between two employees in the workplace to socially related conflicts between union and management.
Examples of conflicts include sexually transgressive behavior, harassment, promotion related, resistance to organizational changes and so on.

Conflict mediation between companies concerns conflicts that are often of a commercial nature where agreements made are not carried out.
Examples include (family) conflicts in partnerships andtransfers in family enterprises.