Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and the Enneagram
A two-day workshop
April 25 & 26, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day
Our Family Services, 3830 E Bellevue St
Come experience a unique integration of two powerful tools for self-discovery…
Whether you are new to NVC or the Enneagram, or have knowledge of either or both, you will come away with new insights.
• Increase your EQ (emotional intelligence) by learning which of the nine points of view you tend to use and how they impact your perceptions of the world
• Identify, understand and address the underlying needs present in every interaction you have
• Understand how the wisdom of the Enneagram and the practice of NVC can transform relationships that are tense and frustrating into relationships that are respectful and productive
These skills are important to…
• Managers and co-workers in the workplace
• Teachers, faculty and administrators in education
• Volunteer leadership on boards of directors, in church communities, HOA’s and neighborhood organizations
• Social service professionals supporting their clients
• Mediators and negotiators supporting their clients through interest-based alternative dispute resolution
Sylvia Haskvitz is a certified trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication. She has offered seminars and workshops on NVC worldwide during the past 25 years, including the highly rated NVC workshops here at the Center for Community Dialogue. She lives in Tucson, Arizona. Catherine Tornbom is the manager of the Center for Community Dialogue and has been a certified Enneagram instructor for over 20 years. She is a mediator, consultant, and coach. The Center helps Southern Arizonans have meaningful conversations in a skilled, civil and respectful way.
To register please go to the Our Family Services website: ourfamilyservices.org/training and scroll to the Enneagram-NVC listing. For more information call 520.323.1708 x121.