Weekend workshop in 'Nonviolent Communication'
30 October - 01 November 2020
With Yoram Mosenzon
The Dilemma of honesty:
So often, in a situation with people, I find myself thinking: “Should I say it or should I not?”. Should I be honest or not? This dilemma represents a core challenge: How can I be fully me with people? It seems that if I share fully who I am, I will have tons of conflicts and pains. And if I hide parts of myself, I will not be there.
So shall I endanger the connection or shall I disappear from the connection? Neither!
So how can we be fully and radically honest, while caring for the relationships we have?
This is the core attraction that brought me into 'Nonviolent Communication (NVC)’. NVC showed me clear and practical ways to navigate this core dilemma in million of day to day situations.
During this weekend, we will practice:
❀ How to be fully honest in a way that creates connection, instead of distance
❀ How to initiate a ‘speaking the unspoken’ conversation, and navigate a challenging, scary, honest dialogue
❀ How to connect with my own authenticity, while being with others
❀ How to ask for what I want: How to 'play big', instead of ‘playing small’
❀ How to enjoy conflicts (instead of doing everything I can to avoid them)
❀ How to hear the true intention (honesty) of the other person, no matter how they express it
❀ How to move away from ‘who is right/wrong’ into ‘being fully ourselves and enjoy our differences’
❀ How to bring life back into boring and disconnected conversations. How to make relationship meaningful to us
❀ How to act out of our own spirituality/integrity and freedom, and move away from what Marshall Rosenberg called: “living in a society of nice dead polite people.”
'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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSGfqyhleUA
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.
Where: Zurich, Switzerland
When: 30 October-01 November 2020 (Friday 18:00-21:00, Saturday & Sunday 10:00-18:00)
Fee: Choice between 240 CHF - 480 CHF (€220 - €440) (Choice is depending on your income and free will- the idea behind a ‘scale' is that we all have a different current financial situation, and I like the flexibility in fitting the prices per situation).
Organizer: Sonja Wolfensberger, Livio Lunin, Barbara Wolfensberger, Tanja Walliser.
More information about Yoram: http://www.connecting2life.net/
With any question please contact Livio at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To book your place:
1. Read the Terms & Conditions (I never read 'Terms & Conditions'... and, I would recommend you to read this one to be sure we are together on the same page, feelings safe and comfortable with each other)
2. Please fill in the form below
3. Send us the non-refundable prepayment of 75 CHF (70€). To help us identifying your payment, when making the payment, please write your full name and course name.
Account name: connecting2life
The rest of the payment, you are asked to pay within a week after the very end of the course (we like people to pay when they know what they pay for, so that payment is more connected to gratitude and less to being a duty). If you prefer paying it earlier, this is welcome as well.
'The regret period': If you change your mind within 14 days after sending the prepayment and before the course has actually begun, you will receive your pre-payment back.