Event: 2-Day Retreat: Transforming Your Communication Challenges,
A Nonviolent Communication Foundation Training Course.

Facilitator: Roz Adams.
Venue: Walpole Hall, (next to St Mary’s Cathedral), Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5AW.
Dates: Saturday 16 - Sunday 17 February 2019.
Time: Registration: 9.30am-10am. Day Workshop: 10am-5pm.

Event Description: Do you long for more collaboration and shared understanding in your family or team?
Does your self-talk restrict you?
Do you avoid verbal conflict?
Do you find yourself saying yes to things you don’t want to do?
These 2 days will offer you:
A new lens through which to explore communication
Awareness and skills to liberate yourself from your habits and social conditioning
Simple, practical tools to find inner clarity and express yourself with care.
 
“Roz was a great facilitator and teacher. She was clear about what we were learning in each section of the day. She used our material/ stories which helped us engage with the sometimes difficult techniques. She combined good humour and calm. Thank you.” - Workshop participant January 2018
 
Roz Adams: I want all systems to be life support systems

I was first introduced to NVC in 2006 and have been fascinated and learning ever since. I became a certified trainer (CNVC) in 2017. I am actively involved in creating the NVC community in Scotland by delivering training, organising community events and collaborations and supporting individuals, couples and practice groups.

Originally from England, I have lived in Scotland since 1989. I am married, with 3 children all now grown up. For over 15 years I have worked part-time as a Community Development Worker in Gorbals, Glasgow and before that with families experiencing poverty at Braendam Family House.

I see NVC as having huge potential to bring about social change. I am drawn to be part of that; longing for a more equal, power-with, life-serving society. For me and others the capacity to create change depends on inner clarity and inner resources; I believe we cannot achieve one without the other. I have 15 years of experience of using NVC in a community which experiences structural powerlessness and have learned the importance of ‘empathising before you educate’ and trying to find the delicate balance between the two. I also see how NVC can be used to alter the structures that impact people, like creating a culture of feedback and of speaking truth with care in organisations, in the way meetings are run, and in supporting people to liberate themselves from the effect of the systems they have grown up within. I see every time we enter a conversation as an opportunity for social change.

I aim to be an example by how I live; a minimum of loving lightness to all those I interact with, to have a constant curiosity and a willingness to speak my truth with care.

For more information about me and what I offer visit my website at www.rozadamsnvc.com

Nonviolent Communication

NB: There will be no refund if you cancel your booking.

Cost: £100/£80 (Concessions). £150 if booking as a 3rd Sector organisation, £180 for public or private sector organisations. For a Registration Form:
Contact: Neill Walker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 0131 331 4469.

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