Mr. Paul Walters is an expert in coaching people in change and conflict management. Changes and conflicts often go hand in hand. For example, at work, at divorce, when frictions within partnerships or management teams or occur in mediation. As a counselor he act as a sparring partner for personal reorientation: "What I want to change, and how I go about it?" The aim is: to increase your personal effectiveness and achieve your personal goals. As a mediator he guide people to work together to solve their business or personal conflicts. He is an NMI Registered and ADR Certified Mediator and Conflict Coach work from a long and wide experience in the field of conflict resolution, mediation and counseling / coaching. His basic principles: respect and integrity. As a counselor / coach he work in general one-to-one. Since 2007 to present: he is an Independent practitioner on conflict management, coaching & counseling and mediation, from 1998 to 2007 he was Director of the Dutch Mediation Institute; from 1995 to 1998 he was Board Secretary of the Dutch Mediation Institute; in 1994 he was co-founder and builder of the Dutch Mediation Institute; in 1994 he was co-developer and founder of mediation (conflict resolution through professional mediation) in Netherlands; from 1993 to1998 he was an Independent legal practitioner in contract law, construction law, corporate law, quality management, conflict prevention and dispute resolution; from 1978 to 1993 he was Legal Counsel - Head of Legal Affairs. Specializations: contract law, construction law, quality assurance, dispute resolution and further; he has long experience in people management, coaching, coaching of young entrepreneurs and coaching effectiveness. He is parliamentary editor / author, including Time of Politics. He is co-initiator-author and editor of the Handbook Mediation (SDU, The Hague). Registrations and memberships: Dutch Mediation Institute; NMI; Dutch Mediators Association NMv; Rotterdam Mediators Association RMA; ADR International Register; NVJ Dutch Association of Journalists; International Press Centre Nieuwspoort.