Don’t break up the act! Creativity is messy, but it doesn’t have to be needlessly stressful. We’re here to help you navigate the complex issues that can sidetrack working relationships and reduce productivity. With over 30 years’ combined experience in the creative arts industries and the field of conflict resolution, we’ve helped hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals work together better.

Whether you’re in film, television, music, advertising, or software development, let us help you reduce the anxiety and improve your creative collaborations. We offer conflict resolution, team building, leadership skills coaching, custom training programs, and lots of free self-help resources for the creative industries. Make sure your next gig isn’t your last.

Even the most successful creative and business teams can suffer from tension or dysfunction. If you’re feeling frustrated, help is just a phone call away. Our affordable services which include one-on-one consultations over the phone, or via your preferred online conference system.

We offer self-help tools like the Conflict Response Roles Inventory (CR²I)™ , a proprietary self-assessment instrument that has been trusted by hundreds of organizations and thousands of creative individuals for over a decade. We also have a range of free resources and downloads available on our site.

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Our books have helped hundreds of creatives learn, grow, and resolve their own issues cost-effectively, including our latest, Keep the Drama in Front of the Camera: Conflict Resolution for Film & TV.


Learn how you respond to conflict and how to manage yourself – and others – more effectively in conflict situations. Our proprietary self-assessment tool has been trusted by thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations for over a decade.



No money? no problem! Check out our free resources, including downloadable worksheets to keep you on track during difficult conversations, and powerful decision-making tools.


Visit our blog for many helpful articles on how to resolve or manage common interpersonal issues, and our links to other online resources.