Conflict Resolution with Nonviolent Communication [Workshop]
September 9, 2021
September 9th | 12:00-2:00pm Eastern
Conflict Resolution with Nonviolent Communication
Conflict is inevitable, but it can serve as a powerful catalyst for mutual goodwill, empathy and self-owning within a community.
In this 2-hour interactive workshop, we’ll be covering how Nonviolent Communication can help you and your community move through it, to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
Alan Rafael Seid brings a lively and engaging style to his trainings, combining humor, exercises for practice, a deep understanding of the theory behind the process, and a keen sensitivity to individual and group needs. This workshop will cover a re-cap of Dr. Marshall Rosenberg’s process called Nonviolent Communication, or NVC, which emerged out of a sense of alignment with Gandhi’s social movement of Nonviolence. We will then look at how NVC is used to support conflict toward mutually beneficial outcomes.
Key outcomes of this workshop:
- Become acquainted with a process for enriching personal and professional relationships
- Understand the role of an NVC-informed mediator or facilitator, and the basic structure for getting through tough conversations
- Gain insights into why past mediation attempts have failed
- Learn the most overlooked insight to preventing and resolving conflicts
Meet Your Presenter
Alan Rafael Seid
Alan works with positive change agents who struggle with making a bigger difference and knowing how to manifest their vision. He is known globally as an engaging speaker, presenter, facilitator and coach.
Alan is a Certified Trainer in Marshal Rosenberg’s process called NVC, and has worked both with individuals, couples, and families, as well as with clients in the academic, nonprofit, government, and business sectors. Alan’s former clients include Antioch University Seattle, University of Washington Business School, and the US Environmental Protection Agency. Pre-pandemic he spoke at the United Nations conference titled “Unblocking your Emotions to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals”.
Alan also holds a certificate in Permaculture Design, which he practices on the 25 acres in the foothills of Washington State’s North Cascade Mountains, where he lives in community.
Workshop — Conflict Resolution with Nonviolent Communication
Starting From $10.00
Date: September 9th
Time: 12-2:00pm ET (see your local time)
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