...to re-arrange the elements or settings; to change the shape or formation; remodel; restructure, re-assemble the parts, reconstitute, composing the pieces differently...
...understanding conflict, managing and solving conflicts, accepting different ways of seeing, explore possibilities, create consensus, reconfiguring thoughts, in order to improve processes and relationships—in families, at the workplace, in schools, communities, professional associations and organizations, among groups or nations.
...on an international group of associated professionals in psychology, organizational development, science, architecture, politics, medicine, art, technology, peacebuilding and conflict resolution/management/mediation.
...conflict. Everyday trivial conflicts or problems, dilemmas, disputes or disagreements, as well as seemingly unsolvable conflicts.
...makes a new way of seeing possible.
Consider a kaleidoscope: A new image appears with a slight touch. The re-arrangement of pieces allows a new image to come into view.