You tend to urge moderation and meet people halfway. You feel that each party compromising and giving something up to agree with the other party makes conflict a democratic process.
The compromiser is like the fox, which gives in a little, but also stands its ground.
Compromising is when you trade some of your needs by making concessions but also expect the other side to give something up as well. It is often perceived that if everyone in the conflict wins some and loses some then you may get to an outcome that is ‘fair’.
This style is useful when both parties are:
It might not be a good option if: