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Many conflicts in businesses and in personal lives escalate resulting in a lot of grief, frustration, and unnecessary costs. Mediation is a way to prevent this escalation and frustration and to guide the parties towards a solution that provides justice to everyone's interests.

In my belief and passion for the mediation profession, I would like to contribute to sustainable resolutions of conflicts. As a mediator, I have the knowledge and skills to organize the mediation process between parties in such a way that parties can (re) enter into a dialogue with each other, focus on their ultimate interests, and reach a solution through negotiations. A solution that is preferably not just a compromise between two (starting) positions, but one that looks to enlarge the cake and then divide it. It is often possible to achieve a win-win situation in these negotiations.

Other important advantages of mediation lie in a faster solution than in court and in lower costs for both parties.


As a mediator, I focus in particular on conflicts in the business sphere. For example, conflicts within a company or institution (such as between or with members of the management team, management board, the supervisory board,  shareholders, partners, and in a broader sense, conflicts within business relationships or in the event of stalled negotiations.


About mediation

Mediation is a form of conflict resolution, in which a neutral mediator, guides the communication and negotiations between the parties in order to arrive at a jointly supported decision-making for each of them based on their real interests.

Mediation is based on cooperation (win-win) and makes it possible to focus on the process between parties in order to gain a better understanding of their situation, better communication, and move from destructive to constructive action. When a conflict is resolved in a mediation process, this generally ensures an improved and more sustainable relationship between the parties. If the parties have a reasonable or good relationship, they can come to better and easier joint decision-making and in many cases, it ensures that the parties can live better with the outcome of the mediation in the future and can also more easily resolve their future points of dispute. This is in contrast to court proceedings where the relationship is often permanently disrupted.


Mediation always takes place on a voluntary basis, so all parties must be prepared to go into mediation. Another important condition for meditation is confidentiality; what comes up in the mediation remains confidential and, if mediation does not lead to a solution, may not be used in subsequent proceedings in court.​

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