Experience has taught us that the best way for people to develop negotiation, mediation and communication skills is through practice and interactive exercises, rather than lectures. Our workshops involve a combination of case studies, thought-provoking discussions, group exercises, lectures, demonstrations, and videos. Our training is focused, practical and immediately applicable.
Under the guidance of leading international negotiation and mediation trainers, you will hone your skills in an environment that offers the opportunity for intensive practice and self-analysis.
We provide University of Notre Dame Law School certificates to graduates of the ADR workshop.
Members of the Stitt Feld Handy Group are mediators, facilitators and trainers who offer training in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, Australia, and the Caribbean. Many members of the Stitt Feld Handy Group studied negotiation and mediation at Harvard. Learn more about our trainers.
Who should attend?
The Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) courses are designed for people who negotiate and deal with disputes, either their own or those of others. Managers, HR professionals, government employees, businesspeople, consultants, team leaders, educators, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants, union and management representatives, people who resolve employee issues or complaints, people who want to be professional mediators, and others who negotiate or deal with conflict can all benefit from attending. Please visit our participant experiences (link here) page to read about how our training has benefited others.
A 15% discount will apply if 5 or more people register from the same organization.
ADR (negotiation and mediation) Program
There are currently no dates scheduled for this workshop. Please contact us to learn more about upcoming dates and locations.