International Online Project

Time for Empathy

7-13 March 2022 (5th Edition)

 

 

One week of online workshops promoting empathic listening and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) offered for free by trainers from all over the world!

Learn empathic communication with us, look at empathy from different perspectives and become part of the NVC community which inspires and supports each other!

 

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Our invitation

Our goal is to support people in developing their empathic listening skills and to spread Nonviolent Communication (NVC) as wide as possible by offering this free online event.

To do it on a bigger scale every year we invite trainers willing to join this project and offer online events for free. Meet them and discover different angels of empathy!

How?

The next “Time for Empathy” will take place on 7-13 March 2022!

All people interested in developing their communication skills and curious about NVC, can join our week and take part in as many events as possible

Check the events’ list from the last edition HEREIf you would like to take part in the next edition and stay up-to-date, join the waiting list or go to Empathic Way Europe fanpage and click LIKE button. You can also join Facebook Group and subscribe to our Newsletter.

Trainers that joined us in 2021!

Deborah Bellamy

Deborah Bellamy

Frédéric Cotman

Frédéric Cotman

Robert Maoz Kržišnik Time for Empathy

Robert Maoz Kržišnik

Kirsten Kristensen NVC trainer

Kirsten Kristensen

Marta Kułaga Leance Empathic Way Europe

Marta Kułaga

Marta Jankowska

Marta Jankowska

Annabel Lemétais

Annabel Lemétais

Dan Rona

Dan Rona

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About the organisers

Cori Liebhart

Cori Liebhart

Peace and Conflict Researcher, Soulpreneur, Singer-Songwriter

I got to know NVC in 2008 and since then I am on the path of practicing, sharing, creating and co-creating. After building an online community (it is more a Gang actually) for 6 years, working in the field of conflict facilitation and as a coach. I was also working for the Civil Peace Service in Nepal.

NVC for me is peacework, knowledge and wisdom combined, a language of all senses, consciousness-training. It is a tool for me to stay on my path, be open for the challenges of life and be present in every encounter I experience. I am mother of two boys. Being part of the Empathic Way Europe fulfills many needs like co-creation, contribution, adventure, community, peace.

Magdalena Malinowska

Magdalena Malinowska

CNVC Certified Trainer

I am an NVC trainer supporting people in creating satisfying life and relations (personal and professional) through individual trainings and group workshops deepening communication skills. I help in implementing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in a private life, 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 and Empathic Way Europe, 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. Besides, 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 and has been delivering workshops since 2013 for example for: WTW Services, Stanley Black & Decker, Netguru, Interdisciplinary Division for Energy Analyses, McCormick, Fundacja Konsumentów, Empowering Children Foundation, Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH), EY Foundation, etc. 
Paulina Orbitowska-Fernandez

Paulina Orbitowska-Fernandez

CNVC Certified Trainer, Coach, eduScrum Trainer, an academic teacher

I am an NVC trainer supporting families, schools, business and organizations, through workshops, lectures or individually. The way we communicate has an impact on our personal and professional relations. I support people in leveraging the quality of them so they can enjoy more honesty and empathy. I also facilitate systemic transformation through Nonviolent Communication, neurobiology, and 3d-mapping inspired by and following the teachings of Sarah Peyton being in a constant awe how much healing her work brings. The first time I heard the words of Marshall Rosenberg “Connect before correct” I imagined how the world would look like if we could remember them more often. What I do is rooted in that dream. I have finished postgraduate studies in Leadership in Education, Nonviolent Communication according to Marshall Rosenberg and Train the Trainer of Nonviolent Communication studies, at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland. I have also finished Business and Life Coaching at the School of Empathic Trainers in Warsaw. I am a mother of a teenage boy who is my source of love and wisdom.
Joachim Berggren

Joachim Berggren

Certified CNVC Trainer and communication consultant

 

I work with groups and individuals who want to be able to communicate better and build sustainable connections in their family, with their friends, at their workplace and in the bigger community. I am offering lectures, workshops, mediation and individual training online and in person. I came into contact with NVC in 2005 and in 2009/2010 I participated in my first annual program with Friare Liv (Liv Larsson and Kay Rung). I have participated in a wide range of NVC workshops both in Sweden and abroad. Since 2010, I have been sharing and teaching NVC myself. In 2017, I became a certified NVC trainer by CNVC. My main focus within NVC has been to teach the NVC fundamentals, community building and to organize major events, such as the European and the Swedish NVC festivals. What captivates my interest lately is how we humans develop both as individuals and groups and how this evolutionary drive affects our ability to learn and integrate NVC into our lives.

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