I would try to mediate his feuds with other teachers or the more authoritarian vice principal before they blew up.
I know for a fact that in my own case Oman was asked to mediate on our behalf directly by the US government.
As a popular king ages, his ability and willingness to mediate these disputes is diminished.
The fight was so harsh that Jiang Zemin [the former president] had to mediate.
The deputy offered by Leung to mediate, Carrie Lam, is also hated by many.
Then King Inge came a second time, and pacified them; and both agreed that he should mediate between them.
At the same time, offer to mediate between Germany and Japan.
It is a form of indirect or mediate comparison, whereas, the ordinary Judgment is a form of immediate or direct comparison.
Shall I try to mediate—as a neutral, as a benevolent neutral?
How, then, can we frame principles of mediate reasoning, about such things?
mediate me·di·ate (mē'dē-āt')
v. me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing, me·di·ates
To effect or convey as an intermediate agent or mechanism. adj. (-ĭt)
Being in a middle position.