Friday, November 29, 2013

Hi Everyone,  I'm excited about this Saturday's conference with Janet Summit. I had to talk to her last week and she truly knows how to talk without offending.  

The map to my home is at the bottom. You can call me at 801-602-5836.  Notice the 3 followup phone conference calls in 2014. This will be a great blessing as we learn and work these tools.

Date: November 30th 2013
Time: 8:00 am to Noon
Place: Provo Utah, home of Nickie Allen
Cost: $25 per person with three followup conference calls in 2014! RSVP: veronnicaallen@gmail.com or call 801-850-6554
Pay: cash or check,
Communication Matters!

Parents, Teachers, and Moms running community schools, this class is for you!
Author Marshall Rosenberg is a man whose passion is teaching people to communicate so that both sides of an issue can be heard, honored, and respected. He literally travels the world dealing with high-conflict situations. As he helps people communicate using Nonviolent Communication principles, they understand how to work together to solve problems and resolve relationship issues. He is the founder of Nonviolent Communication (see cnvc.org).
Janet Summit is offering a 4-hour seminar that will show how she applies the principles of NVC in her own home and in her community and family relationships. Janet has used these principles successfully with her own 10 children and family members. In addition, she uses these communication skills to run a local community school, a business, and has taught community education classes . “I know from first-hand experience that these ideas will revolutionalize our ability to deal with conflict, stress, and help us resolve problems. Learning NVC skills has changed my life, and that of my family. I want to share that with others in this beginning seminar.”
There are many books available that the Center for Nonviolent Communication publishes, and they are all excellent. My favorite beginning book is Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. The book is not necessary for the seminar, but most people find that after the seminar they are interested in several of the books or videos produced by this organization.

There are still a few seats left so RSVP today and come learn better ways to interact with those you serve and work with every day.

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