SCD - the why and what

* Our aim: professional conflict solutions and overall task management.

* Our way: progressive concepts without distructive coping strategies.

* Our extra: specific health training (Qi-Gong = Chi-Kung)
and realistic self-defence (Wing Tsun = WT).

SCD training is aimed at bringing about awareness in pre-conflict situations and a different understanding for own(ing) solutions available.

What is the main issue of CoreMunication?

Through recognition of behaviour, verbal and non-verbal, the trainee gets to understand the arena that is entered. Man being a social animal we evolved to using a complex set of rules in our social and intercultural interaction.

Except for some areas most people live in proximity of their work and large groups of people are often close together for most part of these days.

Meanwhile we want freedom of choice, privacy and happiness. In order to flow from the complex collective to the individual we need to use scripts. Scripts are the schemata of events and social interactions.

We trust these with our lives, with law and order guarding the borders. Cross-cultural perspectives enriches and complicate matters. Newspapers show many instances of “border incidents”:

Instants where law simply could not produce order and the victim was overwhelmed by someone operating outside the moral script or the 'social expectations'.

Many service companies have their frontline personal attacked by frustrated and angry customers. Frustrated and Angry because,
first: their needs where clearly somehow not met and
second: the response of the personnel inflames their sense of 'injustice'.

It is this vicious circle and cruel process that we want to escape. Nobody gets used to being victimized. That takes a single or even continuous toll and will reflect negatively and counterproductive on ones health and ability to operate under these circumstances.

Companies suffer from this effect as well as these affects find their way into production losses and a clinched working atmosphere.

Being an aggressor has it’s own problems. Less obvious than being battered of course. Though still one enters a process which needs to be justified by whatever means as it is clear that it is 'unusual' to use violent acts against a fellow human being.

In these border incidents frustrations surface that likely have their origin somewhere else. In stopping the aggression there, one protects one physical and mental integrity. Most of the time this can be accomplished verbally.

In a sense one 'freezes the situation' as one is unable to solve the origin aggression. The immediate concern is:
safety there and then. Buying time and supplying your own safety appropriate to the circumstances is what is taught to the trainees.

As some aggressors clearly lack the ability to communicate other than by deed, one need to be able to reach out and communicate by all available means.
This is an acquired skill that will be addressed and trained in the SCD stages.

The 'primary effect' of the first contact puts possibilities in the hands of the client trainee by avoiding the ‘prey behaviour’. Without searching for the top dog position one learns to be able to handle the many different situations that make up our complex living and interactions.

Knowing when to escape, confronts, last ditch or empathize is what you should want to learn. Using your responsibility to interact without resorting to negative and repressing effects of power is a relief, it gives you and the other a safe way out, it does not need to be violent. If it is, we also prepare our clients to deal with that in the safest way possible.

Our communication concept is called

Our backup self-defence strategy is called

This is what SCD stands for.