Nonviolent Communication Foundation Training ( NVC)

Nonviolent Communication Foundation Training ( NVC)

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Learn NVC with a Certified Trainer. A Live, online event. 2x Sundays in October 2022

About this event

Are you looking to improve your relationships? Either with your partners, children, in the workplace ...or with yourself?

Social agility and interpersonal skills are arguably the most important things to learn for happy and healthy relationships. Yet it doesn’t necessarily come easy or naturally, because we have not been taught how to do it.

The good news is it can be learned!

This training will support you to :

✅ Hone your empathy skills when listening to family, friends, and workmates

✅ Discover simple tools to defuse conflict and inspire collaboration instead

✅ Transform your habits of blame, anger, or defensiveness

✅ Speak authentically and confidently without being authoritarian ( or a pushover)

✅ Stand up for yourself whilst maintaining connection with the other person.

✅ Hear 'hard to hear' messages through a filter of compassion

✅ Get clarity about what you want and how to ask for it

✅ Develop your all round skills as an effective communicator.

This Foundational course covers all the basic principles and practices of the Nonviolent Communication model (NVC) by Dr.Marshall Rosensberg.

2x Sundays in November. 16th & 23rd. 9:30am- 5pm. (with 3 breaks )

The course content combines theory, group discussion, and exercises in a relaxed group setting.

You will receive a 38 -page workshop manual and have the opportunity to work through your own examples.

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'Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom'

— Viktor E. Frankl, neurologist, psychologist and Holocaust survivor

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