Fundamentals of Compassionate Communication (Nov 17 near Vancouver, Canada)
Do you want to learn practical skills for creating more authenticity and ease in your relationships? To be able to look beyond challenging behaviours and connect with the humanity in each of us? To cultivate a calm, joyful centre from which to live life?
This one-day, experiential workshop provides you with the fundamentals of Compassionate Communication (Nonviolent Communication or NVC). Together we explore 4 core principles and the 4 part model of NVC with interactive activities allowing opportunity for practice and support. The workshop is appropriate for those who are new to Nonviolent Communication or for those with experience who seek a fresh perspective. You will learn and practice essential techniques for self-connection, empathy for self and others and invaluable communication tools that will benefit you at home, in your workplace and communities.
To register, please use the link on the right.
In this workshop you’ll learn how to:
Apply the basic concepts of NVC to real-world situations
Move beyond unhelpful stories and judgments of yourself and others
Communicate in ways that create more understanding and connection
Ask for what you want with clarity
Deepen your relationships through the power of empathy
This workshop is ideal for those who:
Are new to Nonviolent Communication (NVC)
Have NVC experience and would like a fresh perspective
Are open to transforming limiting habits or ways of communicating
Find themselves in the role of supporting others and would like more skills
Long for more fulfilling, authentic, compassionate connections
Date: Sunday, November 17, 2019
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Location: 1079B Roosevelt Crescent, North Vancouver, BC
Facilitator: Jenna Card, CNVC Trainer, see bio
Prerequisite: None, however, you may benefit from pre-reading Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg
Tuition: Regular: $140; Early Bird $100 available until Friday Oct 25
Registration: Use the link on the top right of this post.