Introduction to honesty and empathy Magdalena Malinowska Time for Honesty Empathic Way Europe

[In English] Introduction to honesty and empathy

This event is for total beginners in Nonviolent Communication!
I will explain you:
– what is honesty and empathy according to Nonviolent Communcation (NVC)
– how can you listen with empathy
– what “kills” empathy
– what are observations, feelings, needs and requests
– how to use four steps of NVC in self-empathy and self-expression process.
Join this online group training for people who are just starting their adventure with empathic communication.
There will be a bit of theory, but also time for short practice and your questions.
Number of participants: maximum 20
When: 30 March 2019, 18:00-19:00 (CET)
Where: ONLINE on ZOOM (we will send the link to the meeting to every registered participant at least one day before the event)
Language: English
Cost: FREE
Register here: 
About the trainer:
Magdalena Malinowska
Life-coach and trainer
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 relationships, companies 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 Nonviolent Communication and teach honest and clear self-expression and listening to others with respect and empathy. Empathic Way Europe is my new project aiming at reaching 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 Nonviolent Communication in 2010. At the moment I am on the path to CNVC certification.

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