Communicate Compassionately NVC Workshop Dec 7 in San Jose, CA
50.00 - 300.00
Are you wanting...
• fulfilling, sustainable relationships?
• an easier time communicating authentically?
• to develop skills for compassionate connection?

Join us for a foundations of Compassionate (nonviolent) Communication!

This experiential workshop is for beginners/ intermediate practitioners of NVC, will include:

* Empathetic Listening
* Compassionate Honesty
* Responses to Hearing “No”
* Transforming Judgments
* How to respond in real situations

Please give what you can joyfully; this work contributes to a more compassionate world.
(more workshop information below)
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Date/Time: Saturday December 7, 2019 from 9:30am to 5:30pm
Location: Mindful Ways Eco Village, 815 W San Fernando St, San Jose, CA
Are you also wanting?
* to model “Agile” consciousness in all your interactions through empathy and compassionate honesty?
* to navigate crucial conversations in ways that build trust?
* to contribute collaborative communication skills to your organizations?
Most of us are hungry for skills that can improve the quality of our relationships, to deepen our sense of personal empowerment or simply help us communicate more effectively. Unfortunately, most of us have been educated from birth to compete, judge, demand and diagnose; to think and communicate in terms of what is “right“ and “wrong“ with people. At best, the habitual ways we think and speak hinder communication and create misunderstanding and frustration. And still worse, they can cause anger and pain, and may lead to violence. Without wanting to, even people with the best of intentions generate needless conflict.
The Challenge: In our culture, we are taught to stuff emotions, to “suck it up” and “be tough”. We are often driven to be “selfless” in our giving, to give even when we don’t have resources available, and that our needs don’t matter. Our own “inner critic” has a tremendous impact on our mood, and we aren’t taught tools for dealing with them. At work especially we are encouraged to wear a mask to pretend everything is okay even when it’s not. Conflict arises when different positions are expressed, people’s emotions get triggered and usually blame others for them. The loudest voices and bigger titles usually win. It isn’t safe to be real; instead we are encouraged to be “nice.”
A New Paradigm: The intention behind NVC is authentic connection, to get to a “symphony of mutual understanding.” Through NVC, we get to take off the mask, to fully express what’s true for us in the moment, while allowing others the same privilege. NVC encourages valuing dialogue over any particular outcome; to listen for what’s real and alive for everyone participating. Giving a framework for compassionate communication, we learn the importance of separating fact from opinion, to fully acknowledge and take personal responsibility for our feelings and to make clear doable requests. Beyond having a model, NVC can be practiced as a way of life.
Workshop Intention: to create a safe space for learning and practicing NVC. To model NVC as we learn NVC. Of course we also want to experiment and have fun together as we use our new skills.
Four Agreements: 1. Confidentiality (don’t share other people’s experiences), 2. Consent (we stick to agenda until we change it with consent, you may pass at any time), 3. Compassion (we are all doing our best to meet our needs in every moment - this is a “no judgment zone”), 4. Connection (this is the intention behind NVC)
Beginners and intermediate practitioners of NVC will benefit. This workshop is for anyone with an interest in improving their communication skills in all contexts (relationships, parenting, leadership, coaching, organizations, etc). The workshop is highly interactive, with a focus on experiential learning. 
Learning Objectives:
* Experience the power of vulnerably expressing your personal truth and how it’s connecting
* Learn about our “intrinsic motivation” motivates all human behavior and is essential to communication 
* Learn to navigate a map of feelings and universal human needs through the Heart-Canvas
* Learn to express yourself fully and authentically in a way that contributes to trust and connection
* Learn empathic listening, how sensing and reflecting the experience of another is supportive and essential to connection
* Learn to identify strategies to meet your needs and to make clear and doable requests
* Experience a world of abundance of strategies when connected to needs
* Find freedom and clarity by accepting and translating judgments into the heart of what’s behind them
* Learn to identify and choose how to respond to hearing “no”
Cost: This workshop is priceless! Please give what you can joyfully in the spirit of a gift economy, as this work contributes to a more compassionate world. Scholarships available upon request. No one turned away for lack of funds. You may also send money through PayPal to james.prieto@gmail.com (as friend), or thru Venmo Jaime-Prieto-8 to register.
Lunch: Please bring a healthy potluck food item to share.
About the facilitator:  James enjoys facilitating dynamic interactive workshops with experiential learning. He has been practicing NVC since 2001, and has been facilitating NVC since 2005. He received his CNVC trainer certification in 2014, which took about 3 years to complete. He’s had over 100 days training with Marshall Rosenberg (creator of NVC) along with NVC Trainers Mary Mackenzie, Robert Gonzales, Jim & Jori Manske, and others as part of his growth journey. NVC is his passion and way of life. He’s dedicated full time to bringing NVC to individuals and organizations in Silicon Valley. For more information on his offerings, go to CompassionateConnecting.com
About NVC:  NVC is a non-judgmental paradigm of relating that includes introspection, deep listening with empathy, and honest expression. NVC was started by Marshall Rosenberg, PhD in the 1960s. Today, NVC is taught around the world, and has been applied in a wide variety of contexts, including business and nonprofit settings. Formal studies have begun to document the benefits of NVC, which include organizational effectiveness, increased efficiency, and support for individual well-being. For more information, go to CNVC.org
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