NVC Intro #1 ZOOM VIDEO 4 Call Wednesday Series NOVEMBER 2020

Facilitators:

   Mair Alight (CNVC Certified Trainer)
Gustavo Castilho (Tech Support)

Location: ZOOM VIDEO CALL

   ZOOM VIDEO CALLS

Date and Time:

   Wed, Nov 4, 2020

WEDNESDAYS NOVEMBER 4,11,18,25 (4 calls) 5-6pmPT

Details

   NVC Intro #1 ZOOM VIDEO 4 Call Wednesday Series NOVEMBER 2020 (Mair Alight - CNVC Certified Trainer)
ZOOM VIDEO CALLS
Learn and practice the simple, practical, learnable, reliable tools of Nonviolent Communication.
Profoundly change your ability to listen with curiosity (instead of blame and criticism) and speak with compassion for others while remaining true to yourself.
Learn how to receive criticism without loss of self-esteem.
Mair will be sharing some of her "Tips 'N Tricks" and her 5-Point Overview Introduction to NVC (Provided to Print Out)
1 Purpose
2 Choices
3 Modes
4 Components (the "grammar" of NVC)
5 Principles
Practice the simple, practical, learnable, reliable tools (NOT "Rules") of Nonviolent Communication (NVC).
Learn how to say what’s true for you without criticizing others.

Learn how to receive criticism without loss of self-esteem.
Learn and practice with your own conflicts with difficult people and challenging situations..
Experience getting to the heart of the matter; increasing shared understanding & more harmony.
We share a google doc with links to resource documents and videos, call structures, call "takeaways" and links to the recorded calls.

 

TESTIMONIAL FROM Marshall B. Rosenberg:
"Mair Alight is one of sixty individuals from twenty-five countries selected by the Center for Nonviolent Communication to attend a Special Session on Social Change in July 2005 in Switzerland. The purpose of the session was to further the vision we have to create a world where all people are getting their needs met and resolving their conflicts peacefully.
Mair Alight is committed to the vision of creating and participating in building worldwide networks of life-serving systems including, but not limited to education, economics, justice, health care, peace keeeping.
It is my hope that you will support her in her efforts towards implementing social change." Warmly, Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D, Founder and Director of Educational Services, The Center for Nonviolent Communication (www.cnvc.org) July, 2005

 

TESTIMONIAL from Miki Kashtan:
"I have known Mair since 2002, when she attended the BayNVC Leadership Program. I appreciate, in particular, her deep passion for meaning, her dedication to authenticity and full human connection, and her humor and courage in responding to challenges. I trust her understanding of NVC and her continued immersion in learning and clarifying concepts and processes. I am impressed by what I see as her ability to see and reach human beings across a wide range of demographics and experiences and offer meaningful healing and learning to others." - Miki Kashtan, Lead Trainer, Strategic Vision, Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC) www.BayNVC.org

TESTIMONIAL FROM Ike Lasater: "I’ve known Mair for a decade as a friend, colleague and as a participant in some of my NVC Mediation workshops. I very much enjoy how she shows up in the world with humor, care and clarity. I like the way Mair relates to herself, and to me and others. I without reservation recommend that you work with her at every opportunity." – Ike Lasater, www.NVCMediation.com

What some people have told us about their experiences with us...

Rd: "I'm so grateful for NVC. It has given me courage and allowed me to create a space within myself so I know where I am; I'm in touch with my feelings and needs. That is so liberating for me; before I couldn't modulate. I'm  still learning to express myself compassionately. I'm moving forward feeling truly pleasurable because now I feel I can take anything in compassionately."

"It was helpful for me to access and name sadness. Usually, I get stuck in anger. Thank you. This was really helpful. I really liked the role play."

"My take away today is the role playing framework. Take a pause, say less, go with the flow."

"Role playing was very meaningful"

"Thank you! Today was very helpful. I really liked the Q & A and role play. Really valuable

"Role playing was very meaningful"

"Thank you! Today was very helpful. I really liked the Q & A and role play. Really valuable.

Points

  
  • Practice the simple, practical, learnable, reliable tools of Nonviolent Communication (NVC).
  • Learn how to say what’s true for you without criticizing others.
  • Learn how to receive criticism without loss of self-esteem.
  • Bring to class your own conflicts with difficult people.
  • Experience getting to the heart of the matter; increasing shared understanding & more harmony.
  • Use some tips to guess what possible needs might be alive for the other person (and for yourself).
  • Learn and practice some clues and cues to support your confidence and competence in needs-based connections

Who is it for?

  Those who want to learn ways to communicate that invite everyone to be heard and to experience that what they value matters without blame or shame.
Those who want to create less conflict and more harmony when relating to others in their lives.
You can benefit from this regardless of how many years you have (or have not) been practicing NVC in your daily life. We'll specifically learn/practice tips/tricks to increase your ACCESS to your tools when you most want them available, and it seems most challenging to remember them.
Those who want to find ways that create peace of mind and self acceptance when hearing their own "inner jackals".

What to bring:

  You are requested to bring your curiosity and openness to learn and practice.
Find a quiet place for the call, and have available your chosen method for note-taking.This is interactive practicing, not a lecture series!
Just like you play exercises on the piano to learn and grow increasingly proficient, we'll practice the learnable, reliable, practical, simple tools of NVC together on the calls, and with a sharing partner between calls, if you like (optional).

Tuition Details:

  

The tuition is between $80.00 and $120.00.

This training requires a two-step registration.

Step One: Register on this site.(Scroll to bottom of page to click on registration button)

Step Two: Pay using PayPal or sending a check.

See Details About Paying Next:
Paypal Payment to M a i r A l i g h t AT DOMAIN gmail~com
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Steps to take:
Go to PAYPAL.com.
Click on tab SEND
Click on button SEND MONEY
Enter email M a i r A l i g h t AT DOMAIN gmail~com
Enter the amount you are sending.
Continue per instructions.
Text or Call Mair 707-367-3432 for help.
If you prefer to send a check, send to Mair Alight, 12108 SW 148th St, Vashon, WA 98070
Creating a sliding scale supports the sustainability of the teachings and teacher. It also supports those without the financial capacity to participate. Please consider contributing on the higher end of the scale if you have the resources to do so.
Also, we invite you to consider contributing beyond the higher scale if you can do so with joy, ease and meaning - it will go towards a scholarship fund for those who do not have the financial means to contribute. You will be paying forward to future offerings and will be supporting those who could not otherwise financially afford participating.
If you don't have the resources and would like to be considered for a scholarship*, please contact Mair by text or call 707-367-3432 or email M a i r A l i g h t AT DOMAIN gmail~com
*as funds are made available


Cancellations and Refunds:

   100% Return if I cancel.
80% Return if you cancel before first call.

100% Money Back Guarantee.
If you are not satisfied with the value you receive, send email to m a i r AT DOMAIN mairalight~com within 24 hours of end of last call. Put in subject line: "Refund Requested for NVC NOV Intro #1". Let me know what didn't work for you for my own learning, and to support value for future participants in your email request.