I love my spiritual home!"
Monday, February 27, 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
A seminar facilitated by Leeza Steindorf - 8 Mondays beginning 1/30/2017 (skipping Presidents' Day 2/20)
Every day we experience words that hurt - either others or ourselves. Even when we do our best, communication can go south. But it doesn't have to. The four simple steps of Connected/Nonviolent Communication can dissolve tension, bring understanding and open the possibility of connecting to others in any interaction. This form of communication enables us to be clear, stand strong, feel safe, and sincerely say what we mean with the highest chances of the listener actually hearing us! Imagine if we all practiced that? Even so, each of us on our own can make a powerful and peaceful impact by starting with our own words and practice of Connected Communication. Come learn how.
Mondays for 8 weeks (skipping Presidents' Day Feb 20)
Dates: January 30 - March 27, 2017
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Textbook: Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD
Registration: Begins in Fellowship Hall January 15, 2017
As an international speaker, trainer and consultant, Leeza Steindorf provides practical methodology and inspires transformational change for individuals and in organizations around the globe. She is an expert in communication, conflict resolution, personal transformation, peace education, strategic planning, parenting skills and paradigm shift. She has been teaching Connected/Nonviolent Communication for over 21 years.
Leeza is the award winning author of Connected Parent, Empowered Child: Five Keys to Raising Happy, Confident, Responsible Kids, CORE Success ™ for Schools (titled in German as Frieden lernen) and the upcoming The Unhappiness Solution - Tapping the Genius of NonJudgment.
Leeza holds professional certifications as a Trainer and Group Facilitator, Mediator, Business and Life Coach, a degree in Business Management and is an accredited Trainer for the Department of Education Hessen Germany. Her work CORE Success™ - Clarity Ownership Resolution Excellence - for businesses, educational institutions and parents is internationally acclaimed and accredited.
Cassandra Rae, MA, LSP is the Director of Community Engagement at New Thought Center for Spiritual Living. She is a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner and a ministerial student at the School for Spiritual Leadership. In addition, she has degrees in Business Administration and Counseling Psychology. She believes that your humanity is the path of your Divinity. As a speaker, teacher, and writer she provides a unique blend of peaceful yet powerful guidance sharing spiritual principles and practices that enable you to live your most authentic, purposeful, and creative life. As a social media enthusiast, you can often find her on Facebook and writing for the NTCSL Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/NewThoughtCSL