Making the World a More Compassionate Place:Cancelled and rescheduled for August 4

June 2nd

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  • $75
Room: East

People across the globe are using Nonviolent Communications skills to transform the world without the use of coercion or violence and to build a world with harmony and relationships where everyone's needs are honored.

All human beings have the capacity for compassion and only resort to violence and behavior that harms themselves or others when they don't recognize more effective strategies for meeting their needs.

In this experiential workshop, we'll learn about the foundations of the practice of Non-Violent Communication. And we'll explore some powerful tools for peacefully resolving differences at personal, professional, and political differences/levels.


Jennifer Warnick is a Certified Trainer with the International Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), and a founding director of the Wisconsin Empathy Guild. She is a graduate of the North American NVC Parent Peer Leadership Program, a joint project of CNVC’s Peaceful Families, Peaceful World Project and Bay NVC.

Jennifer works with individuals, families, community groups and organizations who want to make conscious choices about how they live and learn together, and how they manage conflict. She is passionate about creating nurturing, restorative communities where individuals have the support they need to live in alignment with their deepest values.