Intro to empathic listening Magdalena Malinowska Time for Empathy 2019

Intro to empathic listening

Are you new to Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and would you like to learn the basics of empathic listening before we dive into the Time for Empathy week?
You are in a perfect place! Join this online ZOOM workshop today.


During this workshop you will:
– learn the definition of empathy according to NVC;
gain knowledge about possible barriers in communication and learn how to avoid them;
– make the first contact with your feelings and get a bit of empathy and support in naming your needs;
– learn how to fully listen to other people, without judging or criticizing;
– have an opportunity to practice attentive, empathic listening and naming feelings and needs of others;


When: 07.10.2019 at 19:00-20:00 CET
Where: ONLINE through ZOOM
Language: English
Cost: FREE
Join this Intro to empathic listening here:


About the trainer:
Magdalena Malinowska
Trainer of empathic communication, life-coach
I support people in creating satisfying life and relationships (personal and professional) through individual trainings and group workshops deepening communication skills. I help in implementing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in relationshipscompanies and non-governmental organisations. My work is based not only on Nonviolent Communication (NVC) created by Marshall B. Rosenberg, but also on non-formal learning methods and on Coaching for Transformation approach. I founded Empathic Way (, through which I promote NVC and teach honest and clear self-expression and listening to others with respect and empathy. Empathic Way Europe is a project that I started because I love working in English and want to reach people living in the whole Europe. I run the Warsaw Empathy Group, I offer training courses and individual support. I am the author of the online course “Four steps to a better relationship with others and myself” (at the moment only in Polish). I got to know NVC in 2010. I am on the path to CNVC certification.


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