We resolve more than 90% of disputes through professional mediation.
A quick result, which leaves both parties satisfied.

“Disputes are best resolved as fast as possible.

Speed is one of the biggest advantages of mediation.”

Jan Goossens

“It's very rewarding to solve complex,

virtually hopeless disputes in constructive ways.”

Felix Merks

“Getting people to talk to each other again,

even in difficult situations.

That’s the power of mediation, I think.”

Elsbeth Snieders

“What makes mediation great in my view

is that it aims to achieve

a win-win situation.”

Connie Witjens

“I consider a mediation successful

when after its conclusion both parties

focus on their own future again.”

Leon Hoornweg

Employment mediation

Success rate: 91%

With an eye to all the interests and obligations (including those relating to working conditions).
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Business disputes

Specialists in each industry

Specialists in each industry. More effective than litigation; you’re the one ‘in control’.
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Boardroom Evaluations

Boordroom Evaluations

Get a neutrals perspective to optimise your collaboration
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Our mediators

Focus on results

Focus on people and results. Client satisfaction score: 4.3 (out of 5) stars.
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Mediation is a profession.

Mediation is a profession, and you don’t really get good at it until you’ve done it a lot. Our mediators are very experienced, with specialisations in particular conflict areas. They’re among the Netherlands’ top mediators. We proudly present a mediation success rate of 91%.

Mediation success rate: 91%


To obtain customised advice or a no-cost feasibility assessment by one of our specialised mediators, call (+31) (0)20-2050239 or fill in the application form.

Conflict Competency program for International Organizations

International organizations operate in a complex environment with a multiple of cultures, characters and individuals. Keeping people motivated and productive depends greatly on the ability of the organizations to manage conflict which is a natural consequence of the international and intercultural workspace.

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Boardroom evaluations

Getting to the heart of the matter quickly

Supervisory boards are required to review their performance each year. Guided by Result Mediation, these boards evaluate themselves. Our very experienced ‘board’ professionals get to the heart of the matter quickly during ‘boardroom evaluations’, while ensuring the utmost degree of security and trustworthiness.

New insights

Our method often produces new insights, with various aspects being examined at a deeper level than usual. Because these aspects are also brought to light, the board’s self‑evaluation is more effective. In addition, we help to find proper solutions to sensitive issues which become evident during the boardroom evaluation or which were already identified earlier.

Mediation. Now more than ever.

Incomprehension, impatience, uncertainty, powerlessness. In today’s society, this seems to increasingly be leading to uncompromising positions and conflicts. Many people have an opinion about everything, but hardly listen to each other any more. Take, for instance, the many discussions raging on social media. If you can even call these discussions. We believe in resolving (and, where possible, avoiding) disputes by talking to each other. Everyone’s a winner with mediation.

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Business disputes handled by top-level conflict solvers

Shareholders, managing directors and managers are increasingly opting to resolve business disputes out of court, as this is often much more efficient than litigating. Our ‘conflict solvers’, mediators and arbitrators, have years of top-level experience in the business world, judiciary and legal profession. This includes handling such matters as:

  • conflicts within companies, say, between shareholders, supervisory boards and managing directors, or between management boards and works councils, and conflicts within medical and other partnerships;
  • conflicts between companies, for example, with consortiums or joint ventures, long-term partnerships, contractual obligations and competitive conditions;
  • conflicts between companies, government authorities and societal organisations;
  • evaluation of management board and supervisory board performance;
  • liability issues and insurance cases.