Mediation services are generally voluntary for participants, and most efficient with cost and time due to the intention of those involved to reach agreement. By encouraging parties to focus on the problem, mediation helps them achieve mutual understanding to create satisfactory outcomes in the resolution of their differences.
Because mediation empowers groups to manage their own disputes and regain control of their lives, it extends far beyond a quick-fix by strengthening relationships for future mutual recognition and gain.
Our alternative dispute resolution services and mediation processes include:
Founder and Director of the Tremblay Leadership Center
Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School,
Advanced Mediation, June 2015
Teacher of Adults Program, 1993