Numerous studies, books, and articles show that companies and organizations are experiencing a crisis.
Survey after survey shows that the majority of employees feel disengaged from their companies.
The epidemic of organizational disillusionment goes way beyond corporations – teachers, doctors, and nurses are leaving their professions in record numbers because the way we run schools and hospitals kills their vocation. Government agencies and non-profits have a noble purpose, but working for these entities often feels soulless and lifeless just the same.
All these organizations suffer from power games played at the top and powerlessness at lower levels, from infighting and bureaucracy, from endless meetings and a seemingly never-ending succession of change and cost-cutting programs.
Staff are disillusioned, de-motivated, burned out, and disengaged – both in the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Old management models are becoming increasingly ineffective and irrelevant in our highly interactive, high-tech age.
What can be done to help repair and heal this deeply challenging schism?
The practice of Collaborative (Compassionate) Communication offers a clear pathway for moving through this crisis. It provides specific skills for fostering intrinsic motivation, appreciation, openness, creativity, collaboration, and engagement – creating new systems at work and changing society as a whole.
Sharing NVC with people in organizations can be deeply satisfying and effective for a variety of reasons. First of all, you’re working with a built-in community (teams of employees) who’re spending a significant amount of time together – and they’re already motivated to communicate more effectively. Second, once the staff learns to practice NVC, they bring these skills home, impacting the community as a whole. And third – for NVC trainers in particular – sharing NVC with organizations can play a key role in our sustainability, supporting us in continuing to share these life-changing skills with the world.
In this videoconference, you’ll receive inside information and support from a coach and trainer with over 10 years experience working with a range of organizations, from small nonprofits to major NGOs and Fortune 100 companies. You’ll benefit by gaining “Know-How” and clarity about your goals for bringing NVC into the world… confidence in how to approach clients… how to design and deliver effective workplace trainings… and how to retain those clients and build your NVC business.
Participants will learn – and practice – how to:
- Talk about NVC in a way that has meaning and relevance for companies and organizations, showing a clear ROI (return on investment).
- Draw on different applications of NVC for the workplace: addressing change in management, management issues / styles, morale / teamwork, employee retention, etc.
- Create a value-based training proposal (with different service and product options) based on the needs of each specific client.
- Structure meetings with potential clients to move agreements forward.
- Custom design any materials, activities and languaging for each client.
- Develop your own marketing materials to increase your outreach and build your business of sharing NVC.
Course bonuses include:
- Exclusive access to the following materials:
- List of key books and other resources for building your NVC business;
- Sample training, design, and marketing materials; and
- Sample contracts and agreements that seal the deal.
Plus you’ll receive an invitation to register for advanced coaching open only to those in this program: graduates will be invited to join a working support / coaching group focused on bringing NVC into the world while being self-sustaining.
Everyone who registers by September 7th will also receive a special “connect the dots” sheet listing trending business terms, how they apply to NVC, and how they apply to promoting your trainings.
Collect your energy, skills, and strength. Join Dian Killian this coming fall and learn how you can more easily share NVC with organizations, impact cultural structures, and build your long-term sustainability as a trainer…
Together we’ll “crack the code” on bringing NVC into the workplace.
Who Will Find this Videoconference Program of Interest?
This program will be of special interest to NVC trainers – both new and those wanting to develop their business; Candidates for CNVC Certification who want to be successful as trainers; and to anyone feeling passionate about bringing NVC into organizations.
What People Are Saying About This Course
For years, I've been interested in offering NVC to the business world, but I've known of only one or two people doing this kind of work. And, they've seemed private about how they approached it – meaning that they've seemed unwilling to describe how they went about it in detail. That all changed when I heard Dian speak. I'm very grateful for the clarity and insights you've given me. —L.R., USA
Purchase Course Recordings
25% off original course fee of $348.00
Dates & Times
|September 14: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
|September 21: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
|September 28: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
|October 5: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
|October 12: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
|October 19: 12:00-1:30pm Pacific (California) Time
All registrants will receive access to all course recordings.
What Happens After I Purchase Recordings?
When you register, you will receive an email with complete instructions on how to access the recordings.
About Dian Killian
Dian Killian, PhD, is a Certified Trainer with the international Center for Nonviolent Communication, a certified life coach (a graduate of the Coaching for Transformation program) and author of two books,Urban Empathy: True Life Adventures of Compassion on the Streets of NY, and Connecting across Differences: How to Connect with Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere (now in its third edition, and in German). Founder and former director of the Center for Collaborative Communication, she now offers coaching and training via her company, Work Collaboratively, to diverse organizations from small and large NGOs to multinational and Fortune 100 companies. She also leads the annual East Coast Women’s Retreat and has regularly offered public programming at Kripalu, the 92nd St Y, Omega, the NY Open Center, NVC Academy, and in the Bahamas and Europe. Learn more and join her blog post and mailing list at www.workcollaboratively.com.