Jim Manske

Certified Trainer and Assessor
http://radicalcompassion.com/

53 Palulu Way
53 Palulu Way, HI 96708
United States

Areas of Interest
Distance Learning
Emotional Intelligence
Healing
Healthcare
Leadership
Mediation/Resolution
Parenting
Prisons
Relationships
Restorative Justice
Schools/Education
Social Change
Spiritual Growth
Violence Prevention
Spoken Languages
English
Training Countries
United States
China
Taiwan
Japan
Singapore
India
Sri Lanka
Public Message

Please contact us with your interests and requests for conflict resolution and learning for yourself, relationships, group, or organization. radicalcompassion@gmail.com

Aim

We offer our work locally in Hawaii, by telephone and teleconference, nationally and internationally.   We travel by request to support developing communities where no certified trainer is currently living, especially in Asia.   Additionally, we offer training in Compassionate Leadership, Conflict Transformation, and Trainer development.  Our social change focus is on transforming systems involved with education, conflict resolution and creating life-affirming networks. We base our work in Haiku, HI on the beautiful island of Maui.

Mission

We refer to our experience of Nonviolent Communication as Radical Compassion. Through offering the various tools and practices of Radical Compassion, we help participants to connect more fully with themselves and others.  We design our training to stimulate creativity and build resources with a focus on experiential learning; we help communities to develop ongoing systems to support one another in integrating Nonviolent Communication into the everyday fabric of their lives.  We offer training, facilitating, conflict transformation, mentoring and coaching.  Our focus is on building community by creating healthy relationships, and fostering relationship by attending to personal liberation.

Vision

We envision creating a world where everyone wants to belong, one peace at a time; a world where people are contributing to the well-being of each other in mutually satisfying ways.   Using authentic expression and empathic listening we can inform ourselves and make choices that consider and address the experience and needs of all.