20800 N John Wayne Pkwy, Suite 108 zip: 85139, Maricopa, AZ
EVERYTHING IN MEDIATION
Our Guest Presenter, Marty Chadwick is a professional mediator (with a sense of humor), has extensive corporate experience in executive management, primarily within the information technology and healthcare industries. His experiences with a variety of companies and cultures involved actively negotiated mutually agreeable solutions for a variety of interpersonal and business conflicts.
Tonight Marty will bring a great message and fun through organized chaos activities.
More about Marty:
He has participated in numerous team-building and sensitivity training programs and has completed over 100 hours of formal mediation training, including: Basic mediation skills, ACR Certified training for family law issues, High Conflict Resolution Training, Certified Professional in Managing Workplace Conflict, Advanced training, including mediating across cultures and impasse resolution.
He is a cum laude graduate of Western New England School of Law, where he received a J.D. degree, and has a bachelor’s degree in political science. During law school and as a practicing attorney, Marty focused on negotiating for juveniles and the disabled, as well as assisting clients with uncontested divorces, including separation agreements, child support and parenting plans. Marty is licensed to practice law in Arizona, Massachusetts and Virginia.
For many years, as a healthcare and technology executive or consultant, it was clear that the success of future harmony and productivity depended on conflicts being resolved so that the result worked for all involved. He spent significant time negotiating and resolving employment and ADA issues, as well as building teams, resolving the inevitable interpersonal conflicts that arise as teams mature.
Teaching college students and business professionals has given him great satisfaction as he transfers the concepts and experience of mediation into fun learning - on one's feet, often humorous activities highlighting cultural differences, mediation role plays, and ineffective face-to-face communication while students are learning to understand what people are really telling them.
A former mediator for the Pinal Family Services Conciliation Court, he currently, in addition to mediating for Mediation Path, LLC, also participates or participated in facilitating for many local, county and state organizations