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Dr. Marshall Rosenberg’s process of Nonviolent Communication has gained worldwide recognition as a tool for turning even the most volatile situations into a natural interchange of compassion, generosity, and mutual enrichment.

We all find ourselves in situations where too often we resort to the same old patterns of behavior—defending our need to be right, refusing to really listen, and speaking cruelly out of anger and frustration, or worse. Nonviolent Communication provides us with the essential tools, techniques and insight to be more empathic, be in touch with our emotions and needs and convey them in a manner that is respectful and assertive.

Date:2nd March, 19 (Saturday)

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm

Venue - Samsara, D 81, Lower Ground Floor, Saket, Delhi 17
(Close to Saket Metro Station
Exit at gate number 3 Saket D block exit)

Workshop Objectives:

After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the four steps of the Nonviolent Communication process.
  • Employ the four-step Nonviolent Communication process in every dialogue they engage in.
  • Utilize empathy to safely confront anger, fear and other powerful emotions.
  • Discover how to overcome the blocks to compassion and open to our natural desire to enrich the lives of those around us.
  • Explore options to use the tools and techniques learnt to enrich their personal and professional lives

Focus Areas:

  • An overview of the NVC process
  • Developing a language of compassion
  • Applying NVC within Ourselves
    • Transforming our language of violence
    • The pitfalls of self-judgment
    • Exercises to practice self-empathy
  • Learning how to identify our needs
  • The practice of making clear requests
  • Empathically Connecting with Others
    • Developing the skill to differentiate between receiving information empathically versus non-empathically
    • Behaviors that prevent us from being present to another person's needs and feelings
    • Understanding what to do when others judge your actions
  • Experiencing and Exercising Authority
    • Understanding different authority structures
    • Respect for authority versus fear of authority
  • Learning to say no
  • Building open communication channels
  • Living Compassionately with Celebration and Gratitude
    • Differentiating gratitude from praise and compliments
    • Celebrating the power we have to enrich life
    • Learning to whole-heartedly receive gratitude

Methodology:

Facilitator-led Discussions, Case-Studies, Role-Plays on simulated scenarios, Activities, Exercises, Group-work, Presentations, Self-assessment Quiz, Learning Videos, Learning Games

Registration:

This is a 'Gift Culture' workshop. The facilitator gifts the workshop to you. The facilitator does not charge anything for facilitation.

The 'Gift Culture' Workshops are open workshops conducted in association with Samsara so the participants need to pay only 500 for the venue, food, manual and certificate cost. 

You may pay the charges for the workshop ( 500) in the following manner:

Pay via PayTM: 9999598964

Pay via Instantmojo: Click here

Pay via EFT: Atul Sharma

Account Number: 002901548842

ICICI Bank, W-57, GK-1 Branch, ICIC0000029

Know more about your Facilitator: 

Atul has an overall experience of 20+ years and he is a certified ISTD Trainer, Counsellor and Coach. He has finished his Masters in Psychology and is trained in NLP (Neuro linguistic Programming), TA (Transactional Analysis), CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy), NVC (Non-violent Communication) & Instructional Design. He has facilitated workshops for organizations like Deloitte, NIIT and Jaquar. For his complete profile, you may click here.

Contact:

Please contact us at 9999598964 or 9999598464 for any queries.

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