Time: April 3, 2015 to July 5, 2015
Location: Pavillion at Seminar-und Trainingszentrum Zürichberg
Street: Tobelhofstrasse 21
City/Town: 8044 Zurich, Switzerland
Website or Map: http://www.iicp.ch/content/de…
Phone: +41 79 279 10 28
Event Type: training
Organized By: ICP
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2015
A practice-oriented training in mindfulness, empathy and creativity in dealing with conflicts.
Professionals dealing with conflicts as a daily business, being a supportive force for individuals or groups in their attempt to solve conflicts, know that change and transformation sometimes require decisions that differ from the norm. Such decisions clear the way for new visions.
During the training participants will not only consolidate theoretical knowledge of communication, mindfulness and dialogue, but also experience their own personal truths and learn how to put one‘s knowledge into practice, even if somebody pushes your red button. Specific tools and models give rise to an increased quality of presence, while the training facilitates one‘s ability to deal with contradictions by activating creative forces.
The training includes the following three modules:
Module 1: Communication techniques and empathy: Contradiction or mutually benficial entity?
Date: 3 and 4 of April 2015
Speaker: Brigitte Kehrer, International Mediator and Peace Negotiator
Know-how is essential but not sufficient to shape communication processes successfully. Reflecting the techniques of Non-Violent-Communication (NVC) and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), the interaction between feeling and cognition will emerge clearly and dinstinctly.
Module 2: The inner dialogue: Mindfulness and Self-leadership competencies
Date: 29 and 30 of May 2015
Speaker: Fred van Welsem (NL), Transformative Mediator & Trainer
Mindfulness includes body, speech and mind. We only experience the capacity and limits of our mind by a sound link between these levels of consciousness. Concentration techniques and various forms of movement that have proven their effectiveness will be combined with methods of self-leadership and dialogue work, in order experience inner peace, clarity and steadfastness – in all our actions.
Module 3: Where lies the potential of change?
Date: 4 and 5 of July 2015
Speaker: Andreas Sarasin, Dr. phil. Psychologe, FSP Psychotherapist
Change is often connected to uncertainity. Change is inevitable and contradictions belong to that process. Thus, to actively help to shape change and growth the recognition of different opinions and contradiction is crucial. Principles of dialogue offer a basis for decision-making, which is not only accurate to the situation in terms of commitment but also the well-being of the affected people.