(Taiwan) NVC at Work [Feb. 25-26, 2020]

Nonviolent Communication at Work:

How to Sell, Design, and Lead Transformational Trainings in the Workplace

Would you like to…

  • promote Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in workplaces?
  • sell and design NVC trainings for companies?
  • bring NVC into companies to create long-term culture change, both within the company and in the world?

By attending this workshop, you will get inside information and support from a coach and trainer with 15 years of experience working with a range of organizations, from small nonprofits to major NGOs and Fortune 100 companies.

Learn how to talk with business leads about NVC and its impact, design trainings to address various workplace needs and objectives, and deliver high-impact programs in the workplace.


Dates: Wednesday, February 25 & Thursday, February 26, 2020

Times: 9:00 – 12:00 and 13:30 – 16:30 (both days)

TrainerDian Killian, Ph.D.

Host: Taiwan Nonviolent Communication Studio

Location: No. 378, Jilin Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 104, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Catholic Dominican Mission Center

Fees in Taiwan:

  • NTD $13,000 (early bird – by 31 December)
  • NTD $15,000 (standard – after 31 December)

Fees outside of Taiwan:

  • RMB 3,000¥ or USD $427 (early bird)
  • RMB 3,500¥ or USD $487 (standard)

Registration and Questions: Lisa Kuangemail (nthu9575511@gmail.com), Line ID (lisakuang), or WeChat (lisakuang03)


  • This event has simultaneous English translation.
  • Fees do not include accommodation or meals.
  • Registration is open until 20 February 2020 or until the event is full.
  • Those who apply for withdrawal 10 days before the start of the workshop must deduct 15% of the fee. The rest is non-refundable.
  • This workshop will include sample handouts and reference materials.

What You Will Learn:

In this workshop, you will learn (and practice!) how to:

  • Talk about NVC in a way that has meaning and relevance for companies and organizations, showing a clear ROI (return on investment).
  • Draw on different applications of NVC for the workplace–addressing change management, management issues/style, morale/teamwork, and retention.
  • Create a value-based training proposal (with different services/product options) based on the needs of your client.
  • Structure meetings with potential clients to move agreements forward.
  • Custom-design training programs and curriculum to achieve objectives.
  • Fine-tune the language, pace, and presentation of NVC for a work setting.

Who will this Workshop Interest?

This program will interest:

  • NVC trainers who want to develop their business.
  • Candidates for CNVC Certification who want to become successful as trainers.
  • Anyone passionate about bringing NVC into organizations.

What People are Saying about this Program:

“For years, I’ve been interested in offering NVC to the business world, but I’ve known of only one or two people doing this kind of work. And, they’ve seemed private about how they approached it, meaning that they’ve seemed unwilling to describe how they went about it in detail. That all changed when I heard you speak — I learned more from you about using NVC in the business world than I ever expected. And, I’m very grateful for the clarity and insights you’ve given me.”

~Workshop Participant

About the Trainer:

Dian Killian, Ph.D.
Dian Killian, Ph.D.

Dian Killian, Ph.D., is a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication, Certified Life coach (graduate of the Coaching for Transformation program) and the founder and director of Work Collaboratively.

She shares Collaborative Communication (as she calls Nonviolent Communication) with organizations, groups, and individuals in the U.S., Europe, and Asia and has designed and led trainings for diverse organizations from large NGOs and Fortune 100 companies to non-profits and startups.

Her clients have included the U.N. Development Program, New York University, Merck Inc., Johnson and Johnson, HCL Technologies (India), Americorps, and Maryknoll Missionaries, among many others. In addition to her work with organizations, Dian designs and leads workshops and retreats for the general public, including the International NVC Women’s Retreat, which she founded, as well as programs at the New York Open Center, Kripalu, Life Labs, the Omega Institute, and the 92nd Street Y, among others.

Dian is also on the faculty of the NVC Academy. She is the co-author of two books, Connecting Across Differences: A Guide to Compassionate, Nonviolent Communication (in English and German), and Urban Empathy: True Life Adventures of Compassion on the Streets of NY. Dian is known for her down-to-earth and engaging way of sharing NVC.

Related Events:

In addition to this training, Dian is leading these events in Taiwan:

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