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Language of Report: 
English
Year of Report: 
2016
Share My Report With: 
General Public (Including Certified Trainers and Certification Candidates)
A. Approximately how many training days did you have this year?: 
36
B. Briefly list the groups and organizations you worked with this year as a trainer.: 
multinational corporate, parents, primary schools, university students
C. Approximately how many people did you offer NVC training to this year?: 
400
D. What are you celebrating about your training experiences this year? What was significant for you? What touched your heart?: 
My strength growing and self-confidence. It is due thanks to supervision that year I had - individual and in group. I celebrate also working in team of trainers. It gives me a lot of support and connection.
E. Would you share some difficult experiences you had while training this year and how you handled them?: 
The most difficult was the expectation of "wow effect" made by one leader who ordered the workshops. He wanted that everybody goes out enthusiast about the NVC after the workshops. How I handled it? I received a lot of empathy from some NVC trainers who helped me to see which part is my responsibility and which belongs to the participants and the leader. Huge learning.
F. How do you teach the spiritual basis of Nonviolent Communication in your workshops and training programs? : 
I underline that this is not a method. That this is a path to grow itself and the world.
G. Please describe your social change goals...: 
I would like to see organisations (family, NGO, school, firm) open to see that the relations goes first. The results go after.
K. Summarize participants’ evaluations, and how their feedback resulted in new learning or growth for you this past year.: 
Do less, and do it slower.
L. What are your current growing edges or challenges as a trainer that you will be working on in the future?: 
Integrate more the body in the NVC practice.
M. If you found opportunities to work with other trainers this year, please share the most meaningful experiences for you.: 
I co-led few workshops with one trainer. Two different energies, two different styles. Thanks to this experience I can appreciate better the diversity and to have more openness for myself as there is a lot of way to do the same thing.
N. Is there anything else you would enjoy sharing with the CNVC network?: 
I would like to be more engaged in the international network (mailing list, Skype meeting, etc) and in the same time I know that I need more time for that, it means bigger children who can take care more themselves.
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