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nonviolent communication for organizations and groups

The success of your organization depends on the ability of all members to communicate clearly, and in a way that supports collaboration rather than conflict. Bring Nonviolent Communication as developed by Marshall Rosenberg into your organization or group. Together you will learn how to use communication to support each member of your organization or community group to contribute positively and effectively to the organization.

restorative practices for organizations and community groups

Restorative practices is built on the principle that "people are happier, more cooperative and productive, and more likely to make positive changes when those in positions of authority do things with them, rather than to them or for them." (International Institute of Restorative Practices).  Bring Restorative Practices to your organization or community group and learn how to create processes and systems which build trust, collaboration, and community, empowering both the individual and the collaborative 

iirp licensed basics of restorative practices 4 day training

This training is licensed the International Institute of Restorative Practices. As described by the IIRP:

IIRP professional development imparts practical knowledge and skills that you can use immediately in your personal and professional life — whether you are involved in education, criminal justice, social services, counseling, leadership, the pastoral field, volunteer or other work.
Supported by extensive research, restorative practices has demonstrated positive outcomes in a wide variety of settings. We’ve consistently seen proactive circles improve behavior and decrease bullying and violence in schools, fair practice improve workplace morale and restorative conferences provide emotional healing for victims.
During this course, you will receive three books: The Restorative Practices HandbookRestorative Circles, and Restorative Justice Conferencing.   (International Institute of Restorative Practices)


Individual compassionate communication coaching

Experience deeper connection, greater life satisfaction, more fulfilling relationships and less conflict in your life by learning the language of compassion, Nonviolent Communication, as developed by Marshall Rosenberg.


Whether you are currently struggling in your relationship or simply want to experience deeper connection and intimacy, learning how to connect with compassion using Nonviolent Communication will support your desire to be heard, seen and known, to express your needs in a way that your partner can hear them with an open heart, and to see, hear and know your partner in a way that brings you closer than you have ever been before.