We identified more than a dozen crucial skills, housed within five core competencies (Patience, Engagement, Appreciation, Curiosity, and Empowerment), which lead to three core pillars of organizational peace: Trust, Inclusion, and Psychological Safety. This model became the Theory of Peaceful Leadership. When leaders practiced these skills, embodied these competencies, and established these pillars in their organizations, peace was a natural result. When they did not, conflict inevitably emerged. So, we built a robust training program to teach these skills and competencies to leaders all around the world.