Don’t avoid conflict. Come to The Table.
Is your architecture firm growing so fast that it’s difficult to keep colleagues aligned?
Do you worry that your work environment could cause key employees to leave?
Are you fearful of losing valued clients, or worse, your firm’s reputation?
Over 30 years as an architect and design executive, I’ve seen all the mistakes business leaders make. I’ve made many of them myself. And I’ve learned that avoiding workplace conflict allows small problems to grow into roadblocks that impact productivity, morale, even profitability.
Now, as a conflict coach and certified mediator, I help architects, building professionals, and other business leaders communicate better, navigate obstacles, and get everyone back to work.
When you avoid conflict, muscle through it, or even back down to keep the peace, you miss out on important conversations that create openness, understanding, and strong work relationships.
But you can have those conversations at your firm. You can find common ground and move forward. You can manage conflict respectfully and effectively.
You have the ability. You just need an experienced guide to help show you the way.
- Executive Conflict Coaching
- Companywide Workshops
- Leadership Meetings & Retreats
- Formal Mediation
Beyond the Workplace
We all have lives outside of the office, of course—but family conflict often impacts work performance as well as personal relationships.
If you have employees who need support with difficult issues at home, or you’re here seeking separate family services, I can help.
- Divorce and Co-Parenting
- Elder Life Transitions
- Teen-Parent Conversations
Meet Nora Ludviksen
I’m an architect who became a mediator and conflict coach. That might sound unusual, but it’s the ideal combination for helping architecture firms understand and resolve workplace conflict.
I've been in your shoes. I’ve lived your pains and fears. I understand how you work. I’ll be your trusted advisor, someone who listens at a deep level, who sees the things you can't see.
When you learn how to handle conflict, you begin to welcome and engage it—and find solutions. There’s a clear path to those solutions. And with my calm, deliberate approach, I’ll show you a new way forward.
What Clients Say
"Nora's discerning judgment, inquisitive personality, and unwavering diligence added immense benefit to our company."
— Terry Halverson, Chairman, Metropolitan Market
"Nora helps everybody make changes in different ways, at a different pace, allowing for aches and pains along the way."
— Elder parent