Building the future of human collaboration.


  • About Possibility Mediation

    Possibility Mediation takes a different approach. Rather than remaining in the limited assumptions of the current problem space, a Possibility Mediator takes all stakeholders and the current circumstances into a space originating within a different context. (http://setcontext.mystrikingly.com) This can change everything.


    What one encounters in the new space is a refined set of distinctions opening up new clarity and new possibility so that new offers can be made, more complete communications can occur, and a richer outcome can be generated for all parties concerned.


    Possibility Mediation uses tools, maps, distinctions, and processes from Possibility Psychology (http://possibilitypsychology.org), Possibility Coaching (http://possibilitycoaching.org), and Possibility Management (http://possibilitymanagement.org).


    Traditional Mediation is generally understood to include 6 essential steps. These are:

    1. The Introduction.
    2. The statement of the problem.
    3. Information gathering.
    4. Identification of the problems.
    5. Bargaining.
    6. Settlement.
    • establishment of ground rules framing the boundaries of mediation
    • parties detail their stories
    • identification of issues
    • identify options
    • discuss and analyze solutions
    • adjust and refine proposed solutions
    • record agreement in writing


    From the standard, linear, and logical perspective, these seem to be all that is needed or wanted.

    But think about when Traditional Mediation procedure was developed.


  • Demonstration

    Possibility Mediation


    it is all about negotiating relationships and possibilities