Meaningful Breakfast Conversation: Nonviolent Communication as an effective tool to improve personal and professional relationships
Are you passionate about your work? When you have a great plan and then something doesn’t turn out how you expected, how do you react? We’ve all experienced setbacks and challenging situations in the workplace which, despite our best intentions, we may struggle to resolve.
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a process developed by Marshall Rosenberg which can help manage through difficult scenarios, through compassionate self-awareness and empathic connection with others. From the bedroom to the boardroom, from the classroom to the war zone, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) provides easy to grasp, effective communication skills to get to the root of conflict, pain and violence peacefully.
This meaningful breakfast will consist of a brief introduction to Nonviolent Communication and a real-life demonstration of how it can lead to more authentic connection in the workplace, enabling conflict resolution and collaboration. We will then open up the conversation with the participants.
About the speakers – David Laou, Senovio Shish & Jay Last
David’s journey with NVC started in 2016 and since then he has contributed to build NVC Geneva, and runs the Geneva NVC weekly Practice Group. David holds an Engineering Degree in IT and Entrepreneurship from École Centrale Paris. He has broad interests, is an investment professional and business analyst (CFA L3 and CBAP candidate), passionate about development, sustainability and effective altruism. Now David wishes to bring together compassionate practice and communication, with impact in business and personal lives.
Senovio discovered NVC in 2018 while searching for ways to engage in productive dialogue on racism and politics in the U.S. Born and raised in North America, he traces his roots to the indigenous Maya in the area now known as Belize, as well as to Northern Europe. He holds a degree in Environmental Science from Harvard and an MBA from MIT and has worked in banking and management consulting for more than ten years. He is a regular practitioner and facilitator of NVC within NVC Geneva practice group and is committed to nurturing a culture of nonviolence and sustainability, in personal relationships and within communities and organizations.
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