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Yoram Mosenzon

Yoram Mosenzon

CNVC Certified Trainer from Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Yoram Mosenzon is a CNVC Certified Trainer, Coach, and Mediator.

When he first discovered NVC over 20 years ago, Yoram was a dancer / choreographer. Eight years after discovering NVC, he decided to stop all his artistic activities and dedicate his time and energy to sharing NVC.

Yoram now teaches NVC to the general public as well as to teachers, universities, parents, businesses, and teams. He travels internationally, teaching  in The Netherlands, France, Israel/Palestine, Belgium, Poland, the USA, and elsewhere.

Yoram is one of four founders of the NVC (Giraffe) school in Amsterdam for children aged 0-21.

  • Understand the destructive dynamics that keep love from blossoming
  • Learn how to deal with expectations, disappointments, and judgment
  • Transform guilt, shame, and obligations into a flow of creativity
  • Find out what tiny details are preventing natural love to flow!
  • Discover how to figure out what you really want, then how to ask for it
  • Learn how to make requests with ease and how to guess the requests of others
  • Practice strategies for turning ‘demand energy’ into ‘request energy’
  • Be able to stand firmly for your needs and assertively ask for what you want

So many conversations get stuck when there are differences in opinions. Most people tend to try to convince the other person or withdraw from the conversation entirely. In this clip, Yoram discusses how you can go behind the opinions in order to see the needs of the human being. 

  • Welcome unpleasant feelings and meet their flow in and around the body
  • Discover how you can enjoy Anger as a beautiful life force
  • Realize insecurity and depression as a door to the core of your humanity
  • Know how to use fear to firmly connect to your life and strength

What do you do when both people engaging in dialogue are in pain at the same time? Since we cannot listen when we are in pain, we need tools to navigate these moments. Listen to Yoram share two strategies for accessing self-connection and empathy when both people are hurting. 

Yoram shares about the importance of honesty (what is actually going on in you) and the dilemma of honesty (should I say it or should I not). Watch Yoram demonstrate the difference between expressing our honest judgments (I will be really honest with you, you are...) and expressing radical authenticity (describing our own authenticity). Peeling back the layers of authenticity leads to a message of care for self or for another.

How do you solve a conflict? By not trying to solve it! Yoram suggests building your conflict resolution muscles by practicing connecting to the needs behind the conflict instead.

  • Understand the destructive dynamics that keep love from blossoming
  • Learn how to deal with expectations, disappointments, and judgment
  • Transform guilt, shame, and obligations into a flow of creativity
  • Find out what tiny details are preventing natural love to flow!
  • Discover how mediation is a fundamental social skill that everyone can learn
  • Gain the skills to stay centered when a conflict becomes heated
  • Learn how to lead a dialogue toward sustainable agreements
  • Help facilitate connection and creativity to discover and meet everyone’s needs
  • Discern what is preventing your communication style from being effective
  • Create a communication style that works
  • Resolve everyday conflicts and misunderstandings
  • Create a deeper sense of connection, trust, and cooperation
  • Heal old wounds between you and others, as well as within yourself
  • Be the leader and contributor you want to be in any situation
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