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Nonviolent Communication: Connecting in Conflict


Nonviolent Communication: Connecting in Conflict

Registration and information:
Gina Seilern <gseilern>
Anna Beckmann <amanabeckmann>

How can conflict become an opportunity for deeper closeness, understanding, collaboration, love and knowing each other?

In school we gained knowledge, but very few skills in how to deal with people...This weekend will be dedicated to learning skills in human relationship, conflict resolution and communication, through the Art of Dialogue.

"I travel around many countries; I have met hundreds and thousands of people. And what seems to unite us all is that we all have conflicts. Some have their conflicts well hidden under the carpet, some express them out loud, but everyone I meet experiences challenges with other people.
We all deal with irritations, disappointments, hurts, fears, struggles and communication challenges: with our families, children, partner, friends, neighbours and colleagues."
Yoram Mosenzon

We will explore:

❀ How to connect in conflict and transform conflicts into deeper trust
❀ How to deal with misunderstandings and differences in opinion between people
❀ The power of Empathy and how it transforms situations and relationships
❀ How to be fully honest but not judgmental
❀ How to deal with inner conflicts (fights between different parts of ourselves)
❀ How to ask (and stand) for what I want
❀ And more…

About NVC:

'Nonviolent Communication (NVC)' (Phd. Marshall Rosenberg) is a practical communication tool that radically transforms your relationship with yourself and others. NVC cultivates assertive honesty mixed with a deep quality of Empathy.

NVC transforms conflicts into love and clarity.

About Yoram Mosenzon:

CNVC certified trainer, Coach and a Mediator, Yoram was a dancer/choreographer when he came across NVC 17 years ago. 10 years ago, he decided to stop all his artistic activities in order to dedicate his time and energy fully to sharing NVC. Yoram is now teaching NVC internationally to the general public, teachers in schools, universities, parents, businesses and teams. He is teaching in The Netherlands, France, Israel/Palestine, Belgium, Poland, the USA, and more.

Yoram is one of 4 founders of the NVC (Giraffe) school in Amsterdam for children aged 0-21.
Yoram’s TED talk:
Youtube Video


In an interactive and safe learning environment, we will be invited to work on examples from our own life. We will practice “Nonviolent Communication” through demonstrations, role-playing and exercises in order to integrate the NVC values and language more in our own daily lives.

Fee: Choice between £160-£320 (choice is depending on your income and free will)

More information about Yoram: http://www.connecting2life.net/</amanabeckmann></gseilern>

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