TRAININGS & SEMINARS
How to Have Meaningful Conversations
Introduction to Nonviolent Communication (Online)
Join us for this live 2-hour online class on Saturday, May 23, 2020 (11am - 1pm ET), to learn how to initiate real, authentic conversations about things that matter the most to you...at home, at work, and with people in your community.
Most of us want to talk about what's meaningful to us, yet we often shy away from the most important conversations because we fear being rejected, blamed, or alienated.
Join this overview of Nonviolent Communication to learn some tips for how you can prepare for difficult conversations and how you can initiate them in a way that leads to real progress in the relationship... including more trust, more cooperation, and ultimately more mutuality.
This introductory class will be led by Lisa Gottlieb, MSW, SSW from Ann Arbor, MI (pictured below), a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication. To include as many people as possible in these trying times, you choose the amount that you pay.
WHEN: Saturday, May 23, 2020 (11:00 am - 1:00 pm ET)
WHERE: Your home or office -- you can join on any computer, tablet, or smartphone with an internet connection!
COST: Sliding fee scale: $10 - 50 (you choose the amount)
QUESTIONS: Email the Registrar (Jeff Brown)
Choose an amount below and enter your first and last name and email address. PLEASE NOTE: Your valid email address is required -- this is how we send you instructions for joining the class!
If you enjoy this introductory class and you would like to bring more trust, connection, and togetherness in your relationship with your partner, also join Lisa for a 4-week online class starting June 6, 2020, "Creating Trust and Connection with your Partner."