Communicating Nonviolently

Sergeant Paul Nixon, drill instructor, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, gives a poolee some added incentive to do what he’s told. Approximately 400 future Marines gathered May 7, 2005 at Fort Indian Town Gap, Pennsylvania, for Recruiting Station Harrisburg’s Annual Future Marine Challenge. The purpose of the event is to familiarize the future Marines with boot camp and to allow them to learn about teamwork and camaraderie. (original caption) Date07.05.2005 images AuthorStaff Sergeant J.L. Wright Jr. via Wikimedia Commons

Communicating nonviolently?

Communicating non-violently

Do you find it easy to express your feelings and thoughts?
How easy is it for you to discuss difficult or delicate topics?

This session will introduce the methodology of nonviolent communication (NVC), and invite reflection, practice and adaptation of NVC tools in ways that suit you.

The second Burning Gold public workshop will be led by nonviolence trainer Denise Drake on Sunday 9 February, 2pm-5pm, also at the Friends Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings.


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