Ribert Culture & Communication is characterized by…


  • Understanding that we are a product of evolution and of previous generations’ choices and actions
  • Accepting that different peoples and groups behave and react differently from each other, and that there is always something to learn from this
  • Insight and understanding into human relations, knowing that there almost always is something beneath the surface, and that things are rarely what they seem in any human relationship
  • Respecting that when there are two or more persons present, there will be conflict, and the conflicts will be perceived differently by each person involved
  • The knowledge that conflicts can be solved, that they are solved through dialogue, and that figuring out who is at fault rarely or never contributes to the constructive resolution of a conflict
  • Acknowledging that there are many obstacles in enabling each individual, each group and each organisation to actually do what is «right»
  • The skill to assist others in speaking their minds in an appreciative manner, and in seeing the other parties through listening to their interests and needs, while also identifying what responsibility belongs to which party and assisting them in taking that responsibility – or help them to deal with the consequences of not taking it
  • Assisting leaders of organisations in making decisions and taking the necessary actions when persons in the organisation don’t take responsibility for their actions in a conflict
  • Humbleness towards the idea of how far we can make it as a society, through the conscious development of knowledge, ability, communication and coexistence
  • Through this philosophy Ribert Culture & Communication has assisted in laying the foundations for growth in individuals, groups and organisations for many years. The ambition is to continue with this work for many years to come


The Ribert Culture & Communication Approach


How does Ribert Culture & Communication work towards the ambition of a progressive and constructive society?

  • By clearly formulating what the company offers, and what we can assist with
  • By seeking supervision, and using my own doubts and insecurities to grow
  • By taking responsibility for my own shortcomings through studying them and getting to know them, and making sure to compensate for them
  • By using strengths and weaknesses – both my own and my customers’ – to move forward, create joy and constructive growth