Jane Negovorova knows how important and difficult it can be to combine work and family.
Difficulties with relatives, differences in traditions between spouses, a lot of household chores, and high involvement in the lives of children may not leave time for anything else. She chose to help those who need to maintain a relationship with spouses and children and at the same time realize themselves.
Jane got acquainted with Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in 2014, and since then it has been the main topic of her articles, blog, and training programs. Together with her colleagues, she organizes live trainings with translations into Russian, inviting Certified Trainers to Russia to make the methodology more well-known. Since 2020, she has been training facilitators of empathy groups (they refer to themselves as “mentors”) and focuses on working with women and parents. She also published a book Connecting Communication in Russian, Соединяющее общение, СветЛо, 2021, dedicated to NVC.
Those who come to meetings with Jane especially note her systematic approach to both information and the organization of the group. Jane always cares about the comfort of the participants, both physically and emotionally, and her meetings help to make NVC accessible to those who find it difficult to get emotional. Jane helps logicians develop in this area, who usually consider emotions inaccessible to themselves.
Jane is often approached with requests to conduct classes on topics:
- Needs-based marketing
- Work with emotions for those who work for themselves
- NVC in the family: how to communicate naturally and effectively
- Emotional burnout for those who work with people
- Work-family balance
- Motivation and work with apathy or depression
- Personal boundaries
- Mediation in the family
Jane also shares NVC with other psychologists, teachers, and specialists in helping professions. Her program, Empathic Communication, was conducted at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Special Pedagogy and Psychology.
- Conflict Transformation
- Education (including schools and youth programs)
- Family and Interpersonal Relationships
- Leadership (including organizational culture and executive coaching)
- Spirituality and Inner Work