[In English] f**** Feedback! why it just doesn’t work!
Imagine this situation: You offer some valuable, in your eyes, feedback. You stand there “openhearted” and share about feelings and needs and even add observations and a request. You really do the NVC thing here. And still – the conversation just goes ot shit. The connection you have been waiting for is not flourishing, on the contrary, you find yourselves screaming at each other and feeling equally heard for not beeing seen, valued in this moment, taken seriously, met empathically… there are many options.
I know this situation very well and replayed it again and again. Not that I wanted this. I just didn’t know how else to do it and already thought that the world is just not ready for feedback. Because – hey, I am doing my best here and even with NVC it doesn’t work.
A sad belief, given that we as humans need feedback so desperately from our peer human beings in order to find ways to contribute to each other’s lives.
I am happy to say – I found a different way. I found a Differentiation that really got mixed up for me and by detangling these two – Feedback can flow.
Please join our call – I am eager to share my insights and offer a possibility to really create a change in your life on a personal and professional level.
Requirements: previous NVC experience like introduction seminar or similar learning experience will increase the value of this workshop.
When: 26.03.2019 at 20:00-22:00 (CET)
Where: ONLINE through ZOOM
Register to this webinar here: https://timeforhonesty.eventbrite.com (we will send the link to the meeting to every registered participant at least one day before the event)
About the trainer:
Kersten Kloser-Pitcher is a certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication based in Vienna, actively living (she has two kids + 1 husband!!) and bringing NVC to the world. As initiator and founder of the Platform “Gesprächskultur” – Training and Hosting Nonviolent Communication (www.gespraechskultur.org) she offers and opens various spaces to learn and grow NVC counciouseness, skills and communites, from large Festivals, Trainings Seminars, to small Workshops and practise groups. Whenever possible, she finds ways to balance her family und work-life with dance, art, garden and music.