Peter Kuklis

Language of Report: 
English
Year of Report: 
2013
Share My Report With: 
General Public (Including Certified Trainers and Certification Candidates)
A. Approximately how many training days did you have this year?: 
45
B. Briefly list the groups and organizations you worked with this year as a trainer.: 
open groups, doctors, managers/ team members in businesses
C. Approximately how many people did you offer NVC training to this year?: 
450
D. What are you celebrating about your training experiences this year? What was significant for you? What touched your heart?: 
I got going with teaching NVC in my homeland slovakia, czech rep and poland. My improved ability to teach and teach NVC. The warm heart-felt responses of the participants.
E. Would you share some difficult experiences you had while training this year and how you handled them?: 
Struggling with my own energy and enthusiasm when I don't sleep well and don't feel fit and happy (I just keep on keeping on). Finding more structure and clarity after a request/ feedback from a participant. ...
F. How do you teach the spiritual basis of Nonviolent Communication in your workshops and training programs? : 
by stealth, I don't talk about the spiritual basis, it doesn tend to come up from time to time, yet I focus on change from within and connetion with others.
G. Please describe your social change goals...: 
I hope and wish that my contribution to positive changes in individuals and their interaction will amount to a larger social change. I try my best to make the teaching available to people, yet I don't have any specific social-wide change goals.
J. Please describe your efforts to create, or join, an NVC circle or organization.: 
I led an NVC group here in Bratislava, I've been in regular touch with a NVC group from Brno, I run several tasters and presentations.
K. Summarize participants’ evaluations, and how their feedback resulted in new learning or growth for you this past year.: 
My feedback ranged from very good to good. Usually people appreciated my style of leading and role-modeling in the group. I learned how to be more clear in instructing the exercises, presenting and facilitating the group. I keep on reflecting and asking my friends aboout points raised from the groups.
L. What are your current growing edges or challenges as a trainer that you will be working on in the future?: 
applicability of NVC at workplace, in colloquial language, being able to articulate myself using NVC through the demos
M. If you found opportunities to work with other trainers this year, please share the most meaningful experiences for you.: 
Locana - over the week in Scotland teaching Eva Rambala - during her stay/ training in Slovakia several trainers on the NVC summer camp in the UK
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