This weekend is dedicated to exploring how we can live in ways that support a world that works for all on personal, interpersonal and systemic levels.
Explore on the Personal Level:
o What is your life purpose?
o What daily practices do you have in place to support embodiment of the NVC process?
o What does embodied NVC with post-conventional fluidity look like? (“post-conventional” as used here indicates an understanding and integration of the essence of NVC that allows the form to be fluid, responsive and emergent depending on context.)
o Understand the qualities outlined in the Pathways to Liberation matrix and the Core Commitments
Explore on the Interpersonal Level:
o How do you fully live your values in ways that inspire and encourage others to live their values?
o Do you love the quality of relationships in your personal support network? Can you share what you are most afraid to say?
o What can you give and request in your transformational learning community that would make your life more wonderful?
o Leaning into the dance of empathy and honesty for support, feedback, growth and connection
Explore on the Systemic Level:
o How do we support the flow of interdependence and create spaces where all people matter and belong?
o What systems, processes and skills can we cultivate and share to breathe life into our communities?
o Does sharing NVC support your life purpose?
o How can we share our understanding of NVC with others in ways that model and articulate integration?
o How do we apply or sharing NVC principles in diverse contexts while understanding the impacts of power and privilege?
Kathleen holds a vision for a peaceful, just and sustainable world. She has worked as a Certified Trainer for the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) since 2003, is an assessor for CNVC certification candidates, and served on the Integration Council for the restructuring of this international organization. Community system building and conflict transformation exploration are passions of hers.
Kathleen has worked with organizations and individuals including businesses, schools, colleges, community groups, faith-based communities, hospitals, families, prison inmates, and correctional and law enforcement employees. She serves as a lead trainer for the Freedom Project of Seattle, an organization that strengthens community safety by supporting the transformation of prisoners into peacemakers.
Kathleen offers trainings, facilitation, system building and mediation using concrete, practical skills that lead to reconciliation with ourselves, our loved ones and our communities. For over 30 years Kathleen has explored ways to restore harmony to communities including two decades as a music conductor and leader of a nonprofit organization, and seven years as a public school teacher. Her website is www.StrengthofConnection.com.
Date: 17-19 March 2017 (Friday from 17:00-20:30, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-18:00)
Where: Nobelweg 9hs, 1097AP, Amsterdam
Fee: Choice between 190-380€ (choice is depending on income and free will)