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How to say what's on your mind and still remain friends

Tutor: David Weisz
Location: Brighton Buddhist Centre, Tichborne Street, BN1 1UR
Next start date: 11 January 2022, 6 weeks, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

What is the course about?

Some of our most difficult communication can be with our loved ones or work colleagues. What is unspoken often harms relationships. This course will explore how we can speak our mind in a kind and clear way.

It will also help us to listen well to another in order to understand them, and help to improve how we can communicate with them. This course is based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg, founder of "Non-Violent Communication" process.
 

About the tutor

Abhayakirti has worked and taught in the field of communication for 15 years, this includes the process of Non Violent Communication. He is also is an experienced teacher of Meditation and Buddhism. and helped to found the Nottingham Buddhist Centre. He describes himself as “Passionate about the power of communication to heal”.

He has also worked in within the world ethical business for the last thirty years including being Head of Retail at the chain of Evolution shops for 6 years - a chain of twenty gift and home-ware shops which traded ethically.  During this time a major focus of was the introduction of professional development for staff and managers focused on communication within the workplace.