Honesty – Zoom Talk with Gabriel Stille
Welcome to Week 19 of the Needs’ Year!
This week Joachim Berggren will have a conversation with Gabriel Stille about the need of Honesty.
Gabriel writes: “Honesty is just key to any wholesome self-developmental journey! Like many others, I was first drawn to NVC as what I saw as a practice fostering connection through the giving and receiving of empathy. But, again like many others, once engaged in it I found myself working equally with my honest self-expression. To be able to express what you want, loudly and clearly, is just as important for healthy relationships as being able to listen with empathy. And in order to commit to an earnest exploration of life, you will have to be honest with yourself about what you find to be true and important, and let it show in the way you live.”
Gabriel Stille offers workshops and courses based on five years of learning Nonviolent Communication (NVC). He also works as a teacher at different levels, and as a journalist, and holds a master’s degree in the History of Ideas.
To know about Gabriel’s upcoming workshops and courses, follow him on Facebook or LinkedIn, or look here.
Registration: To receive the access to the Zoom link, choose the free or the premium subscription of “The Needs’ Year” HERE!
If you have already subscribed, link to the Zoom will be sent to you by email. You can also find it on the online platform if you are a Premium subscriber.
Date of the Zoom Talk: 15 May 2022
Time: 18:00-18:45 (CEST/Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Recording: We plan to record this event and make it available to other people. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across a range of media. If you do not wish to be recorded, then switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
The recording will be available to the Premium subscribers few days after the meeting.
If you are interested in other Zoom Talks that will be organised in the frame of the Needs’ Year, read more and register HERE.
Besides, we invite you to read a blog post about honesty by Joachim Berggren – it is published on Monday the same week as this event on Empathic Way Europe’s website HERE.