NVC Skill-Building Intensive at the Whidbey Institute
October 12-16, 2016
Gain communication skills necessary to create win-win outcomes in any situation. This 4-day intensive training will immerse you in the consciousness, skills and practice of Nonviolent CommunicationTM (NVC), a powerful methodology for interpersonal harmony and effectiveness, and for creating positive social change that includes compassion.
With a powerful focus on positive Social Change, this retreat will amplify your ability to contribute to the world by providing you with crucial communication skills. These tools and mindsets will develop your relationships and internal awareness. You will earn and practice how to connect and transform conversations into productive, efficient and mutually beneficial situations!
Gather with other like-minded people at one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier sustainability retreat centers, Whidbey Institute, October 12-16, 2016
This is a four-day, four-night immersion in NVC, community, compassion, and making a positive difference.
NVC is a world-famous, proven, time-tested set of tools and skills with which you can:
- Create exceptional personal and professional relationships
- Offer compassionate understanding to others and know when and how to ask for it yourself
- Prevent and resolve misunderstandings and conflicts
- Speak your truth in a way that is far more likely to lead to harmony than conflict
- Create mutual understanding without coercion
NVC was named by Marshall Rosenberg from a sense of alignment with Gandhi’s movement of truth-telling and compassion.
The term “Blackbelt” refers to Aikido — which is a martial art of peace — and also connotes the kind of mastery we want in high-stakes conversations and any time emotions are strong.
Center For Nonviolent Communication Presents:
INTERNATIONAL INTENSIVE TRAINING
Tepoztlán, México, September 1-10, 2016
This International Intensive Training (IIT) is a 9-day, Nonviolent Communication “immersion experience.” It is a residential workshop led by a team of experienced CNVC certified trainers.
The purpose of this IIT training is to offer people the opportunity to live the process of Nonviolent Communication in community over an extended period of time, in order to develop Nonviolent Communication knowledge, skills and consciousness.
Alan will join the CNVC along with 4 other trainers for this ALL SPANISH NVC immersion program.
For full program details please visit the event page: 2016 México IIT
NVC Skill-building Campout at Bodhi Creek Farm
July 14-17, 2016
Nonviolent Communication Skill-Building Weekend Camp-out at Bodhi Creek Farm, in The Great Northwest.
Arriving Thursday and leaving Sunday
Because it will be super fun as well as deepening.
How Much: US$450, includes simple catered meals (dinner on Thursday through breakfast on Sunday), 3 nights of camping, workshops, coaching, mentoring, and our bonus calls, April, May, & June.