PJALS is delighted to offer this workshop on the fundamentals of Nonviolent Communication and how NVC principles can help us build respectful relationships for collaboration, communicate clearly to work together, and deal well with disagreement or conflict. We’ve identified that Nonviolent Communication skills are key skills for leaders of our organization and our movement, so offering this workshop is a way of supporting the wonderful people of our PJALS community in developing and sharpening these important tools.
Saturday February 10, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane, 4340 W. Ft. Wright Drive
As we practice NonViolent Communication, we bring awareness to our needs and the needs of others, enabling us to move from blame to understanding.
We will look at:
- Clearer Communication – helping us in working together, helping us in other relationships, and helping us with people we don’t know.
- Respectful Relationships – using shared values for collaboration, especially across differences.
- Resolving Conflicts – especially within groups, cultures, and organizations.
Registration: We have limited space — only 35 spots! Please click on the button to reserve your seat!
There is no charge for this workshop. We request donations for sustainability of our programs.
Facilitation provided by: The Language of Connection – nvcspokane.org
Sponsored by: Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane (PJALS)