A practical and welcoming introduction to Compassionate Communication, based on Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-violent Communication model.
Milly Carmichael is a trained facilitator and perpetual student of permaculture. She has undergone training in solution-focused practice and compassionate communication.
Format: Zoom online
This unique programme has been commissioned to offer tools and support relevant to groups working to make our world better in a wide variety of different ways.
This programme has the aim of expanding, empowering and upskilling groups working to meet local and global challenges and is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, distributed by Transition Network and is being organised by Transition Leicester and Think like a Tree.
Who is the programme for?
Anyone who would like to learn skills so that their group can be more effective, avoid challenges and cope with group issues when they arise. To be able to change the world, we need tools to be able to work together.
Am I eligible?
Places will be initially reserved for anyone in the Midlands, UK who is part of a voluntary group, or who works with voluntary groups. If you are outside these criteria please contact us to go on the waiting list if places become available.
When booking please state which group/organisation you are part of and where you are from in the comments section.
Prices are: £25 if you are a volunteer or £50 if you work for an organisation supporting groups
Please note that you must commit to attending all 5 sessions when booking. Why? Because sessions build on each other; because we will be working and getting to know each other as a group; and because we want to show funders that their money is doing what we said.
Come prepared to attend all sessions and to join in with the group activities. You will be practicing the techniques during the sessions.
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