12/7-8/2015 (Germany) NVC at Work: Transforming Organizations with Nonviolent Communication

December 7th and 8th, 2015, Frankfurt, Germany
with Dian Killian, PhD (and Francois Beausoleil, assisting)

In this two day intensive, get crucial inside information from a trainer with extensive experience and hands-on experience via role play and actual development of marketing materials, objectives, and program/training design. “Crack the code” on bringing NVC into the workplace! Share NVC widely, impact cultural structures, and foster your sustainability as a trainer!

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Sharing NVC with organizations is deeply satisfying and effective because there is a built-in community – teams of employees – already spending a significant amount of time together and who are motivated to communicate more effectively. Once staff learn to practice NVC, they bring these skills home, impacting the community as a whole. And for NVC trainers, sharing NVC with organizations can also play a key role in our sustainability, supporting us in continuing to share these life-changing skills in the world.

“Survey after survey shows that the majority of employees feel disengaged from their companies. The epidemic of organizational disillusionment goes way beyond corporations—teachers, doctors, and nurses are leaving their professions in record numbers because the way we run schools and hospitals kills their vocation. Government agencies and nonprofits have a noble purpose, but working for these entities often feels soulless and lifeless just the same. All these organizations suffer from power games played at the top and powerlessness at lower levels, from infighting and bureaucracy, from endless meetings and a seemingly never-ending succession of change and cost-cutting programs.”
– from Reinventing Organizations by Frédéric Laloux

Numerous studies, books and articles are showing a crisis in companies and organizations: Staff are disillusioned, demotivated, burned-out and disengaged, in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. In our highly interactive, high-tech age, old models of management are simply no longer effective.  The practices of Collaborative (Compassionate) Communication offers a clear way forward, with specific skills that give tangible ways to foster intrinsic motivation, appreciation, openness, creativity, collaboration and engagement – creating new systems at work and, through doing so, changing society as a whole.

Topics will include both how to approach your client to effectively market and sell NVC training as well as how to design and deliver effective trainings in the work place.

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In particular, we 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, and retention, among others

  • Create a value-based training program and proposal

  • Strategically structure meetings with potential clients to close the deal

  • Create repeat business so NVC is fully integrated and practiced

  • Custom-design materials, activities and languaging for your client

  • Develop marketing materials to increase your outreach

  • Create clear and effective agreements with clients

Who will this program interest?

  • NVC trainers

  • Candidates for CNVC Certification

  • HR professionals, managers and other business leaders wanting to bring NVC into the workplace

  • Anyone passionate about bringing NVC into organizations

What you can expect to gain:

  • New insight, skills and confidence in bringing NVC into the workplace

  • Clear plan and vision for bringing NVC “to work” and developing your NVC business

  • Sample training, design and marketing materials

  • The “business” side (sales, negotiations, and contracts) of NVC with clients

  • Connections and support with others passionate about bringing NVC into the workplace

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“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.”  Participant, past program on this topic

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