DATE: Saturday, March 30, 2019
TIME: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
LOCATION: Freedom Project, 918 S Horton Street, Suite 1015, Seattle, WA 98134
How we receive feedback has a history in our past. We will explore the beliefs we have around what feedback means, and our relationship to hearing it. We will also work through some steps that can be used when you are wanting to offer feedback, to get clarity and to deliver feedback in a way it can be received, and in ways that are equitable and caring. We will partner with other’s to support our processing, and enjoy connection, empathy and learning.
This workshop is for anyone who has ever taken messages of “wrongness” or “badness” when receiving feedback, been afraid to give feedback, or need to give feedback at work.
If you love Freedom Project and want to support the mission — “To support healing connection and restorative communities both inside and outside prison through the strategies of Nonviolent Communication, mindfulness, racial equity and anti-oppression” — please join us!
Please bring a drink of your choice and lunch. We will take a break for lunch, There is a dining area where we will relax together. Coffee, tea and snacks will be provided.
Suggested tuition: $75
Sliding scale: $15 to $150
Free for current and new prison volunteers. Freedom Project operates on a gift economy. Gift economy asks participants to receive the gift and to contribute an amount of their choice that honors and reflects the value they received and their capacity to give. Your contributions towards this event are greatly appreciated. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Pam Orbach (A Center for Restorative Solutions) is a Restorative Justice practitioner, mediator, circle keeper, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) consultant and trainer. In addition, she also is an executive empathic self leadership coach, an independent mediator. She is moved to support the accessibility of restorative compassionate consciousness and practice in the world – a paradigm shift – involving increased self-awareness, authentic communication, and integrity in action and decision-making. Pam’s practice is grounded in Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication and Dominic Barter’s model of Restorative Circles. Her ongoing engagement and learning in peacemaking, talking circle, equity consciousness and a compassionate practice of active nonviolence deepens her particular approach to community building and conflict transformation. Her work is informed by her previous experience teaching both middle and high school, and her years supporting conflict between parents and teens/youth for the City of Bellevue, where she supervised a parent teen mediation program. Pam designs and delivers trainings and dialogue for organizations and communities with a commitment to peaceful compassionate change in the world. Her method augments an alignment of organizational direction with
To see more of who Pam is, what she brings to the work, current clients and testimonials,please follow the link: CenterForRestorativeResolutionsSeattle.com |
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