Training

John offers trainings and programs around the world in mediating conflict with NVC, and other aspects. The trainings emphasize relating to conflict as a life practice of returning to presence, connection and acting from giving and receiving.

  • Immersion Programs, Retreats, Workshops, Teleclasses
  • • Gain powerful skills for peacemaking and helping others resolve conflicts
  • • Successfully mediate your own conflicts with others
  • • Create peace between “warring parties” within you

Mediating Conflict with NVC Training MediateYourLife.com
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Online Telecourses and Products www.nvcacademy.com
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At the heart of the training is a set of learnable practices that are part of an integral framework of “maps” for navigating all types and aspects of conflict—internal and external, personal and professional.

 

IMMERSION PROGRAMS, Intensives & Workshops

 

TELECLASSES

I came to your training to learn NVC mediation, but I didn’t realize how much I would grow personally, and how much this would deepen my NVC skills. This training has offered me the steepest learning curve I have found for incorporating these skills into my life.
—workshop participant

 

If there is an answer to the enormous problems before us, it is to seek solutions that meet the needs of all concerned. This is not utopian idealism. I have seen such solutions created over and over again around the world.
—Marshall Rosenberg, author of
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life


Now people do feel in their organizations often that they have to fight for survival constantly, but that's not how it is in the natural world. It's a very system-seeking, highly symbiotic partnering relationship that characterizes the way life develops itself.
—Margaret Wheatley, author of Leadership in the New Science: Learning about Organization from an Orderly Universe

Modern managers might be better dropping the title of 'manager' itself and, following the dynamics of complexity, discover in the process that natural systems tend to move toward, and find their most vital form at, the boundary between order and chaos.
—David Whyte, author of The Heart Aroused: Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America


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