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Training Details

NonViolent Communication: A Deep Dive

Level(s)

Introductions
Basic

Topic

General NVC

Format

In Person

Language

English

Trainers

Walkley, Angela
Myriam Verzat

Date and Time

Thu, Mar 28, 2019 to Tue, Apr 2, 2019

Location

The Haven, Gabriola Island
British Columbia, Canada

Details

This offering is a deep immersion into principles and practice that will have a dramatic impact on you, those closest to you and those you collaborate with.

While open to all individuals interested in NVC, this workshop will make a significant contribution to the work and personal lives of:

  • Non profit board members;

  • Managers and team leaders;

  • Facilitators, planners and change-agents;

  • Coaches; and

  • Individuals stepping into personal leadership

Whether you are overcoming a team challenge, leading a major decision-making process or navigating a family dinner, the challenge facing you is:

How do you encourage all voices to be heard (including your own), get to the heart of what matters to people and create something that works for everyone?

In this intensive workshop you will develop skills and approaches to:

  • Decode what is going on for others even when they speak through judgments, blame and expectations.

  • Express yourself clearly in ways that build understanding and trust

  • Embody leadership presence: self-connected, curious, open to possibility and responding with clarity on what is important to you

  • Transform your own judgment, blame and expectations into self-responsibility.

  • Reach agreements and use them as foundation to collaborate

  • Transform conflicts by supporting others to be heard by each other

  • Harness conflict for learning, growth and innovation

  • Co-create solutions based on what really matters to others

Angela Walkley and Myriam Verzat will guide you with a mix of interactive exercises, practical examples, self study and group processes. Their approach is dynamic, practical and applied, supported by a framework of principles and theory.

Angela and Myriam have interwoven NVC into all aspects of their lives and share through concrete examples of how it has transformed their closest relationships, their collaborations, and their work as change makers and entrepreneurs.

Program Prerequisite: This program is for those who have read Marshall Rosenberg's book, Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life or have participated in prior NVC workshops.

Angela Walkley

Angela Walkley, MA in Leadership, CNVC Trainer, is the co-founder of Farthest Shore Workshops and the Salish Sea Empathy Society, and the founder of the social change facilitation firm, Cambio Consulting.


Myriam Verzat

Myriam Verzat, CNVC Trainer Candidate, is a creative facilitator at ReCONNECT, an arts-based environmental educator and an experienced compassionate communication trainer.  She integrates Nonviolent Communication principles in all dimensions of her work. 

Who is it for

* Non profit board members
* Managers and team leaders
* Facilitators, planners and change-agents
* Coaches
* Individuals stepping into personal leadership

Points

  • Decode what is going on for others even when they speak through judgments, blame and expectations.
  • Express yourself clearly in ways that build understanding and trust
  • Embody leadership presence: self-connected, curious, open to possibility and responding with clarity on what is important to you
  • Transform your own judgment, blame and expectations into self-responsibility.
  • Reach agreements and use them as foundation to collaborate
  • Transform conflicts by supporting others to be heard by each other
  • Harness conflict for learning, growth and innovation
  • Co-create solutions based on what really matters to others

Registration Investment

Regular: CDN $1,500.00 (aprox USD $1,115)
Early-bird: CDN $1,400.00 (aprox USD $1,040) before February 27, 2019
* Tuition fees do not include meals or accommodation.

Registration, payment and deposit info.

Registration and payment are done through The Haven's website using the "Register Now" link below. Minimum deposit is CDN $150 to reserve your spot. To receive early bird pricing, the full amount must be paid 30 days prior to the start date of your program.

Links

Full program information
Register Now

The Center for Nonviolent Communication
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