We have been engaged for more than 20 years in civil society action for a better world, in the areas of campaigning and communication, strategy setting and systemic change management.
We have contributed to organisations such as Greenpeace International, Greenpeace CEE, WWF Austria, Four Paws International, Red Noses International and worked with other effective actors of civil society. We can build on a vast global network and international best practice models.
We believe that more integrity, fairness, sustainability and democratic space will make our life more valuable and the world a better place. We support initiatives in business, politics and civil society which drive in this direction and are inspired by people who demonstrate civil courage and fight for these values.
We are interested in supporting internal change in your organisation and company. We use our experience and education in systemic change management for accurate assessments of the state of your organisation, vision and strategy processes, unleashing deadlocks and crisis situations.
We coach leaders to bring their organization to the next level and mentor high-potentials to take off and fly. We help to build up teams to perform better and run trainings based on best practices.
We are excessively curious and will always look for outside the boxes solutions, surprising partnerships and fresh ideas for your project. We provide strategic advice and practical support on all levels – from organisational improvement to enriching text and photography.
campaigninternational.org provides you with best practice campaign training Additionally, we offer you to develop world class campaigns which excite people and raise income. A campaign knows the relevant audiences and their concerns. A campaign builds on uniqueness and repetition of claims, powerful messages and visuals – and works both with mobilization of emotions and people. […]
We assist you in fixing problems and maneuvering through crisis situations. “Crisis is a productive state. Simply remove the after- taste of catastrophe.” (Max Frisch, Swiss author). Change hurts, as we know. These situations can be perceived as unbearable, especially when your people do not support this change. Very often leaders tend to act before they […]