Time: June 30, 2012 from 9:30am to 5:45pm
Location: Annunciation Cathedral, 245 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Helen D. Vandeman
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2012
Become a More Powerful Peacemaker in Your Family,
Community and Workplace
Explore the Five Core Practices of Compassionate Listening and learn the skills necessary to bring this powerful technique into your daily life. It is a practice that reaches deep into the heart of discord or disconnection, teaching people to listen with a different "ear" to those around them. Its powerful tools help transform the energy of conflict into opportunities for understanding, intimacy at home, healthy relations, productive teamwork, and positive action. It is a practice that provides a roadmap to what sages from all ages and cultures have taught: cultivating the wisdom of the heart is the key to real peace "from the inside out."
This 1-day non-residential workshop provides a basic introduction; participants can attend the second day of the 2-day basic intensive.
Sr. Trainer with The Compassionate Listening Project, your facilitator, Susan Partnow is co-founder of Conversation Cafes, Let’s Talk America and Global Citizen Journey. She has brought this project around the world, from Cuba to Liberia, Ghana to Nazareth. She is a certified mediator and organizational development consultant/trainer with over 20 years experience.
This session is co-sponsored by the San Francisco Interfaith Coalition on Immigration.
Cost: Total cost for the one-day workshop is $75 - $175, with a special group rate for the Interfaith Community of $50. Pre-registration of $50 is required. The remainder of the fee is due at the end of the workshop. Please bring your checkbook or cash, as we're unable to accept any credit cards at the workshop!
**Partial scholarships may be available for those unable to pay the full fee, so please don't let cost be a barrier.**
If you'd like to know more about this workshop or partial scholarships, contact Susan at (206) 310-1203 or email@example.com
For more about The Compassionate Listening Project, go to http://www.compassionatelistening.org/