The Riskin Grid: Mediator Orientations

The classic definition of a mediator is one who, without decision-making authority, assists in the resolution of a dispute between two or more others,  Mediation is everywhere; moms do it for their kids, kids do it for their friends, bosses do it for their workers, and so on. Have you tried to calm an argument between friends? You’ve mediated. Over time, this normal human response to conflict has evolved into a profession.

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