Mediation Frankfurt - effective for acute problem solving
Mediation Frankfurt – Mediation refers to conflict resolution between two or more parties with reference neutral third party. The mediator supports the parties involved in finding an amicable, out-of-court solution to the conflict if possible.
In contrast to court proceedings, arbitration or a court settlement, the participants in mediation determine and shape the results themselves. Furthermore, a mediation process offers the opportunity to reflect on one's own conflict behavior and to actively shape the relationship with the other participants. The basic attitude, methods and techniques of mediation are practical aids to discussion, negotiation and reflection for the people involved. Mediation should lead to the pacification of the parties, which goes beyond the mere satisfaction of interests. Mediation can be used in many ways. It can help when those affected resolve a conflict, when negotiations stagnate or understanding and communication are blocked. Mediation always strives for the optimal solution to the conflict.
As a neutral mediator, we guide the parties through the discussion and negotiation process. This is confidential. Mediation is not about winning or losing or who is right or wrong. The mediation process helps to prevent a (further) escalation of the conflict. Deadlocked negotiations or discussions can be revived. Mediation is a cheap and quick process. The aim is to work out a solution that is accepted by all, taking into account all the important interests of the parties.