The transformative way to deal with mediation doesn't look for the goal of the quick issue, but instead, looks for the strengthening and shared acknowledgment of the gatherings in question. Empowerment, as indicated by Bush and Folger, implies empowering the gatherings to characterize their own issues and to look for arrangements all alone. Recognition implies empowering the gatherings to see and comprehend the other individual's perspective - to see how they characterize the issue and why they look for the arrangement that they do. Often, empowerment and recognition prepare for a commonly pleasing settlement, yet that is just an optional impact. The essential objective of the transformative intervention is to encourage the gatherings' empowerment and recognition, empowering them to move toward their present issue, just as later issues, with a more grounded, increasingly open view. It ought to be noted also that accomplishing strengthening and acknowledgment is evaluated autonomously of a specific result of the mediation. This methodology, as per Bush and Folger, dodges the issue of the mediator’s directiveness, which so frequently happens in critical thinking intervention. Transformative mediation rather puts duty regarding all results unequivocally on the disputants.
Empowerment is utilized by Bush and Folger such that varies from regular use. It doesn't mean force adjusting or redistribution, yet rather, expanding the abilities of the two sides to settle on better choices. In particular, Bush and Folger characterize the expression "strengthening" as: "The reclamation to people of their very own feeling worth and quality and their own ability to deal with life's problems." They clarify that through empowerment, disputants increase "more noteworthy clearness about their objectives, assets, alternatives, and inclinations" and that they utilize this data to make their own "unmistakable and purposeful decisions." Clearness about objectives implies that gatherings will increase a superior comprehension of what they need and why, and that their objectives are authentic and ought to be considered genuinely. Clearness about assets implies that the gatherings will better comprehend what assets are accessible to them and what assets they have to settle on an educated decision. Moreover, parties need to discover that they hold something that is of incentive to the next gathering, that they can discuss adequately with the other party, and that they can use their assets to seek after their objectives. Clearness about choices implies that the gatherings become mindful of the scope of choices accessible to them, they comprehend the relative expenses and advantages of every choice, and that they comprehend that the selection of choices is theirs alone to make. Lucidity about inclinations implies that the gatherings will ponder and think their own, settling on a cognizant choice about what they need to do, in light of the qualities and shortcomings of the two sides' contentions and the focal points and impediments of every alternative. Creating clearness in these territories will fortify gatherings' own capacity to determine the contention wherein they are included. This kind of empowerment might be called aptitude based strengthening, implying that gatherings are enabled by improving their own compromise abilities. Gatherings are enabled when they figure out how to tune in, convey, examine issues, assess choices, and settle on choices more adequately than they could before. Empowerment happens in transformative mediation whenever they go between looks for chances to build the gatherings' clearness about or abilities in these territories. The transformative arbiter means to cultivate gatherings' clearness and abilities in a manner that permits the gatherings to keep up control of both the procedure and the substance of the conversations. Dissimilar to critical thinking middle people, transformative go-betweens are mindful to play an optional job, instead of the main job all the while. It is said that they "follow the gatherings" around, and let the gatherings take the procedure where they need it to go.
By recognition, Bush and Folger mean thinking about the point of view, perspectives, and encounters of the other. Recognition, they state, "signifies the inspiration in people of affirmation and compassion for the circumstance and issues of others". Similarly, as with strengthening, the impact of recognition in transformative mediation is intended to stretch out past a specific clash and into the gatherings' regular day to day existence. In the long haul, accomplishing recognition in transformative mediation should help grow gatherings' capacity and ability to identify with others in an all the more understanding and thoughtful way. Recognition is something one gives, not simply something one gets. It is a procedure of recognizing one's foe as an individual with their genuine circumstance and concerns. As per Bush and Folger, recognition must be founded on strengthening in that gatherings must be certain about their opportunity to settle on choices in regards to the course of the dispute.Given the significance of empowerment, transformative mediators permit the gatherings to pick the amount they need to perceive the perspectives on the adversary. It is conceivable that recognition will prompt a total compromise between disputants. Then again, gatherings may perceive each other to a lot lesser degree and might be happy to suspend personal responsibility just immediately, or not in the least, so as to perceive the other.