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  • Four Steps to Effective Feedback: A Roadmap for Success A Two Day Immersion in Collaborative Communication Mann Library, Room 102, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday 01/09/2017 – Tuesday 01/10/2017“I have been through many feedback-type classes before this one, and this technique goes way beyond reflective listening, or recapping … finally, it’s something that I can really use, instead of being just a feel good class that dissipates quickly when back at work.”– Roadmap to Success student, Cornell 2016REGISTRATION – Only 30 spots available!For the general public, register online here.For Cornell faculty or staff, register here.Have you ever seen things differently or reached an impasse with colleagues, staff or a supervisor? Would you like to find solutions that ...
    Posted Dec 20, 2016, 2:19 PM by Mike Pitzrick
  • Parenting Without Power Struggles Sponsored by The Center for Transformative Action A Cornell Affiliate Nonviolent Communication (NVC), founded by Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., has been used around the world to mediate conflicts, nurture relationships, and promote peace.  For further information on NVC, see www.cnvc.org. Judy Burrill has a Master’s degree in Education from Cornell and has completed the Center for Nonviolent Communication’s Parent Peer Leadership Program, a part of the Peaceful Families, Peaceful World Project. She has also completed hundreds of hours of NVC workshop trainings, has led numerous classes and workshops, and has been a mediator for CDRC since 2006. Dates: 8 weeks, Choose either      Wed. 7 - 9 pm beginning Oct 12        OR                                                                Thurs 10 - 12 pm ...
    Posted Oct 1, 2016, 11:07 AM by Mike Pitzrick
  • Compassionate Communication (NVC) for Couples or two people (throughout the year) Customized class series to teach two people these skills in any kind of important shared relationship.  While learning, both participants get to work on their real life issues and situations, especially within their particular kind of relationship.   NVC fosters much greater mutual understanding, connection, support, closeness and collaboration.  With enough skill, both people also get more of their needs met more often.   Number of 1 & ½ hour sessions depend on what both people want.  Minimum of 6 suggested. Sliding scale: $35 – 50 per class session per two people.   Becca Harber has been teaching NVC since 2004 and has had over 450 hours of training with numerous certified NVC trainers, including Marshall Rosenberg. Becca applies her many years of role-playing training ...
    Posted Nov 2, 2013, 10:02 AM by Mike Pitzrick
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