NVC BASIC INTRO Mon 5pmPT (UTC -8) MARCH
ZOOM VIDEO 4 March Calls Monday Series
- Starts Mar 5Starts Mar 5
- ZOOM CALL
To donate, please copy and paste: https://gofund.me/7e505d20 Thank you for financially supporting me with my passion purpose to share NVC without charging for it at my go fund me campaign for 2024! I am buoyed and encouraged by your support! Learn how to receive criticism without loss of self-esteem. Learn a tool - and then practice using it with your own conflicts with difficult people and in challenging situations.. Experience getting to the heart of the matter; increasing shared understanding & more harmony. We share a folder with links to ❤️our recorded calls ❤️resource documents and videos ❤️call agendas ❤️ call "takeaways" from chats Points: ❤️Practice the simple, practical, learnable, reliable tools of Nonviolent -Communication (NVC). ❤️ Learn how to say what’s true for you without criticizing others. ❤️ Learn how to receive criticism without loss of self-esteem. ❤️Bring to class your own conflicts with difficult people. ❤️Experience getting to the heart of the matter; increasing shared understanding & more harmony. ❤️Use some tips to guess what possible needs might be alive for the other person (and for yourself). ❤️Learn and practice some clues and cues to support your confidence and competence in needs-based conversations Who is it for? ❤️ Those who want to learn ways to communicate that invite everyone to be heard and to experience that what they value matters without blame or shame. ❤️We'll specifically learn/practice tips/tricks to increase your ACCESS to your tools when you most want them available, and it seems most challenging to remember them. ❤️Those who want to find ways that create peace of mind and self acceptance when hearing their own "inner jackals". Past Participants Say: "It was helpful for me to access and name sadness. Usually, I get stuck in anger. Thank you. This was really helpful. I really liked the role play." "My take away today is the role playing framework. Take a pause, say less, go with the flow." "Role playing was very meaningful" "Thank you! Today was very helpful. I really liked the Q & A and role play. Really valuable.