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NVC FOUNDATION THREE: Dialogue for What Matters - Online

By: Henry Wai

AUDIENCE: beginner

Sunday, Jul 21, 2024 1:00 PM —
Sunday, Jul 21, 2024 5:30 PM
Timezone: America/Toronto

FOUNDATION THREE - Dialogue for What Matters - Hybrid Training

True dialogue is based on connecting to what matters to us and offering empathic listening for what’s important to another. Let’s explore how “connection before solution” applies to your real life examples. We’ll use the NVC Dance Floors for dialogue to support you in getting more understanding, connection, and collaboration in your relationships.

Get the learning and practice you require for applying Nonviolent Communication™ in everyday life. With an emphasis on active learning, you will be challenged, moved and receive support. 

Training is 20% presentation and 80% activities for learning and practice.

Prerequisite: Foundation 1 & 2 (or equivalent in discussion with Henry)    

Tuition: $145

If cost is an issue, a payment plan or tuition reduction is possible. Contact Henry to discuss options.

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Henry Wai has 28 years of experience leading trainings and delivering programs in Canada, England and the United States. Henry offers coaching and training for corporate, government, healthcare and community organization employees as well as public trainings.

Henry was introduced to Nonviolent Communication™ by Marshall Rosenberg in 2000 and completed several trainings with Marshall. Henry’s early mentors were Gina Lawrie and Bridget Belgrave who developed the NVC Dance Floors. He has been a certified NVC trainer since 2004 and particularly delights in sharing NVC fundamentals with beginners.

Prior to NVC certification, Henry worked as a trainer and service provider in various sectors — housing, food co-ops, volunteer management, adult education, social enterprise and youth employment.

Henry’s capacity for presence has been supported through a variety of experiences:

- Zen Hospice Project volunteer,
- insight meditation practitioner,
- studying Psychology in university,
- growing up as a person of color in Canada,
and - contact improvisation dance.

Nonviolent Communication™ is a very powerful addition to his approach which emphasizes self-awareness, choice, relational skills and ways to build co-operation.


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