CCDI Community of Practice events are designed to be highly interactive sessions of two and ½ hours, to foster an intimate environment in which participants feel secure to learn and explore a specific diversity and inclusion topic.
No matter your level of experience with diversity and inclusion, human rights, or human resources, CCDI Community of Practice events will provide you with a unique learning experience.
We are glad to announce that we will be offering both in-person and virtual sessions this spring, which will take place May and June of 2023. We will host the in-person events in five cities across Canada, including Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax.
Practical tools for compassionate communication
An integral part of DEI work involves navigating difficult conversations. How do we create psychologically safe spaces where everyone can share their perspectives, challenge ideas, and use conflict as an opportunity to connect and collaborate? In CCDI's spring 2023 Community of Practice event, we'll explore using non-violent communication as a tool to foster healthy dialogue and use conflict as an opportunity to deepen connection and collaboration.
This workshop takes an experiential approach to applying the principles of non-violent communication to transform workplace conflicts into opportunities for compassion and connection. Nonviolent communication (NVC) is a tool that allows us to express our feelings and needs with clarity and self-responsibility, listen to others' feelings and needs with empathy and compassion, and facilitate mutually beneficial outcomes for all parties involved.
Who should attend?
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Registrations will open April 2023.
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