Jeff Murphy has given numerous presentations on Mediation over the past few years.
His audiences have included Rotary groups, University Business Schools, Kiwanis, Lions, Optimist Clubs, Construction Financial Management Association, Michigan Osteopathic Association, Michigan Society of Professional Engineers and Michigan Society of Association Executives' ORGPRO Conference, and private companies. He also spoke to a Circuit Court Judge's Family Law class at Western Michigan University on the differences between mediation and arbitration. In addition, he was an Adjunct Professor at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, MI where he taught Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law.
Murphy's keynote presentation for Keystone Community Bank's Breakfast Series at Western Michigan University's Haworth College of Business was titled: "Mediation, not Litigation: You Mean, I Don't Have To Go To Court?"
His presentation topics include:
- Mediate, Don't Litigate. "You Mean I Don't Have to go to Court?"
- Successful Negotiation Strategies and Techniques
- Preserving Business Relationships
- Networking Strategies
A presentation can be tailored to your event's needs as a lecture with Q and A, a half day or full day seminar or an interactive workshop.
If you are interested in having Jeff Murphy present to your group, association or business, please e-mail BFMurphy@JeffMurphyMediator.com or call (269) 375-3200 for information regarding dates and fees.
"Jeff Murphy is an engaging and entertaining speaker about a subject many would expect to
find very boring. When Jeff talks about mediation, he immediately connects to his audience and keeps their attention throughout his talk. When he's finished, the audience really has an
appreciation for the benefits of mediating disputes. I would highly recommend Jeff Murphy as a speaker for any group that wants to enjoy learning about a subject that most people know nothing about, but which may affect them sometime in their life."
Richard Briscoe, Editor
"Jeff Murphy is an interesting speaker who makes complicated legal situations easy to understand."
"You did a great presentation …on "mediation". I will apply some of what you said to my "fund raising" activity with the local community. Appreciate your time and presence at Haworth College of Business."
Bernard T. Han, Professor and Chair
Department of Business Information Systems
Haworth College of Business
Western Michigan University