Conflict resolution in schools by consent and NVC consciousness (Magdalena Sendor)


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Description: If you say school you can say conflicts. It is life, it is normal. Since NVC and sociocracy have crossed my way, in this order, I am in the point of not being afraid of conflict even when the group is involved. With NVC which prioritizes connection and sociocracy who takes care about effectiveness for the group I find myself well equipped in front of tension and quarrels.

Bio: I have been learning and practising NVC since 2008. In 2014 I became certified trainer by CNVC.org. I work with individuals, schools and organisation through workshops, coaching and mediation. I am an author of two books based on NVC principles for parents and teachers.I speak Polish, French and English. You can learn more at: www.strefaporozumienia.pl

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