NVC processes in coaching
23 April @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This is a workshop for both NVC practitioners and coaches (or all those who want to use NVC processes in one-on-one conversations)
As practitioners of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), we utilize a range of exercises and processes that are highly effective in practising and integrating Nonviolent Communication. The NVC DanceFloors®, roleplays, the four chairs and deep empathy are all aimed at strengthening the awareness of feelings and needs and preparing individuals for conversations and actions.
Our primary intervention in coaching involves asking open-ended questions that stimulate clients to explore themselves and their situation. NVC processes can be helpful in a coaching context.
During this workshop, we will:
- explore how NVC and coaching intersect,
- showcase the effectiveness of these processes through live demos,
- provide you with the opportunity to practice your favourite NVC processes in a coaching format.
If you are a coach without former experience in NVC, this is your opportunity to expand your toolbox.
The ultimate outcome of NVC processes in Coaching is a deeper understanding of how you can support your clients while recognizing their unique resourcefulness. This includes clients who may not have an awareness of or vocabulary for their feelings and needs. As experienced NVC trainers and coaches, we utilize a range of exercises and processes that are highly effective in practising and integrating Nonviolent Communication while staying in integrity with the basic assumption in coaching that our client is resourceful.
Pernille Plantener: Certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication, coach at PCC level, seasoned coach educator, Resonant Healing Practitioner, eco-therapist, and workshop organizer. She founded BusinessByHeart in 2013 and has been self-employed since then.
Originally trained in organic farming and agricultural engineering, she has been part of the organic agriculture movement since the 1980’ies. She was born and lives in Denmark, now in a women’s community with livestock, permaculture demonstration, and workshop activities. Part of her personal story is of leaving the prisons of an eating disorder and an abusive marriage. Today, she loves deepening her relationships with her wife, adult children, and grandchildren.
Organizer & Assistant:
Anna Banas (www.annabanas.co.nz)
If you have any questions – please get in touch!
Times & dates:
April 23, 5pm-9pm NZT & April 30 5pm-9pm NZT
Full payment: NZD340
Early bird: if registered and paid by March 8th: NZD299