As a communications professional, Birte Karalus has decades of experience in journalistic moderation at major international events and live in front of the camera – in her own TV formats.
Fit for conflict moderation, trained as a mediator and in negotiations, Schranner Institute Zurich and in peacemaking, Oxford.
Sovereign in high-profile rounds and on important social stages: the German church conference, VERDI/BDI or the United Nations.
Schooled by her intensive discussions with international top-class personalities: the Chief Prosecutor from The Hague, the German Chancellor, the German Federal President, the NATO Secretary General, the Syria negotiator and the director of the FBI.
Ambassador for Jane Goodall and the German Stroke Assistance Foundation.
She is a member of the German Society for the United Nations and a supporter of the Franziskustreff Frankfurt.
Leading roundtables and debates for business, industry, politics, society - internally and publicly - accompanying negotiations and mediation as a trusted advisor.
As a moderation expert, Birte Karalus specialises in (re-)establishing and maintaining the ability to communicate between the parties in complex discussions. By using her interdisciplinary expertise, she quickly succeeds in building transparency, understanding and trust. On this basis lasting decisions can be made.
"focus on the crucial points, moving away from set phrases and positions"
"transparency in finding a sustainable consensus"
"confident arguments for solid opinion making rather than manipulation"
"constructive thinking, bridge building, thinking through options"
"assertiveness in obtaining reliable results"
Büro Birte Karalus
60306 Frankfurt am Main
T +49 (0)69-667748-401