OUR GOAL IS YOUR RESOLUTION
Conflict can be complicated. At RRG Resolutions, we take a multi-faceted approach to navigating through conflict. Our goal is to be your one source for resolution, and we do this through our conflict house approach. Whether you are looking for mediation, arbitration, training, or a combination of services, let RRG get to work for you today.
Mediation is a confidential process where the disputing parties meet in a safe environment with a neutral third party, an impartial mediator. The mediator facilitates communication between the parties to work towards a solution by settlement, a mutual understanding, or reconciliation. The goal is to reach a mutually satisfactory resolution of the issues without the added cost and time associated with prolonged litigation. While the mediator can introduce possible avenues towards resolution, mediation keeps control of the results in the hands of the parties.
Arbitration is a method of alternative dispute resolution where the disputing parties meet with a neutral third party, the arbitrator, or a neutral panel, two to three arbitrators. The arbitrator will review the evidence submitted by both parties, listen to each side’s presentation, and then make a decision. Arbitration is less formal than a courtroom hearing or trial but more formal than mediation.
RRG offers conflict resolution trainings for schools, businesses, hospitals, and churches. Many of the trainings count for continuing education for professionals in their industry. RRG also offers basic and family mediation trainings that meet the standards of TMTR. Those who complete the trainings will have met all requirements to mediate in Texas and several additional states.
To assist, equip, encourage, and support both individuals and groups to be at peace in personal, business, family, church, professional, and community relationships.
An agreement reached by parties in dispute is most sustainable when the agreement is developed by the parties based on what is best for both and not by leverage or coercion. As mediators it is our purpose to encourage dialogue that leads the disputants to explore their basis of dispute (the underlying interests of the parties); to reasonably evaluate the equitable basis of an agreement; and to arrive at a practical and realistic agreement that serves the interest of each party as best possible.