The Stitt Feld Handy Group conducts four-day public workshops on negotiation, mediation and dispute resolution (ADR) and three-day workshops on dealing with difficult people. We use an interactive approach, as participants learn by doing rather than by listening to lectures. We strive to give our workshop participants the skills and confidence to Expect Success.
We have trained over 29,000 people in mediation, negotiation and communication skills. Our workshops are conducted in North America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
Upon completion of our public workshops, participants earn a Certificate from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law (Canada).
We design and conduct customised workshops for clients in both the private and public sectors. We work closely with our clients to develop a curriculum that works for them. We offer a broad range of customised professional development programmes, including negotiation, mediation, and dealing with difficult people.
The members of the Stitt Feld Handy Group are alternative dispute resolution trainers, mediators, arbitrators, and negotiation consultants.
ADR ServicesThe SFHgroup offers a variety of conflict resolution services in Bahamas, including mediation, arbitration, negotiation consultation, and ADR system design. Paul Godin is the Stitt Feld Handy Group’s lead ADR associate in The Bahamas. Paul is a Toronto-based mediator, negotiator and trainer. He has facilitated ADR training in both the private and public sectors in Canada, the Caribbean, Ireland, Australia and the United States.
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