The Transformative Power Of Communicating With Compassion - Englewood

Contact Person: 

David Steele Send E-mail.


Englewood Public Library; 1000 Englewood Pkwy, Englewood, CO 80110

Event Begins: 
Monday, October 14 5:30 pm


The Transformative Power Of Communicating With Compassion

An Introduction To Compassionate Communication

With David Steele

Monday, October 14th 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Often, RMCCC facilitators lead an exploration into the many facets of Compassionate Communication. Each workshop is unique, focusing on different aspects of Compassionate Communication, accessable to the novice, yet providing opportunity for more experienced students to deepen their practice.

Based on the Non-Violent Communication (NVC) work of Marshall Rosenberg and grounded in compassion and the universality of human needs, NVC helps transform patterns of communication that often lead to conflict or disconnection from ourselves and others. Please join our RMCCC facilitators and discover the many ways Compassionate Communication can contribute to and transform your life.

Sewing Peace Amid Discord
Shifting Criticism To Connection.

Develop Rich Meaningful Relationships

  • Express yourself authentically.
  • Discover the joy of natural giving.
  • Deeply understand others.
  • Expose the strength in vulnerability.
  • Listen deeply to yourself and others.

Cultivate Peace And Prosperity

  • Transform enemies into allies.
  • Inspire cooperative endeavors.
  • Uncover the abundance within you.
  • Find freedom in creative interaction.
  • Experience peaceful presence.

Investment: $FREE $FREE $FREE

We occasionally put on these presentations at no charge to help spread compassionate understanding without any monitory considerations. If you feel so moved, we will gladly accept donations. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and contributions are tax deductible. Your contribution helps us spread the word about compassionate ways to interact with one another.

Registration: Please let us know you are coming by phoning the Englewood library at 303-762-2560 or sending an email using the form below.