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Online Circles of Connection
WCS Online Circles of Connection
In Milwaukee, across the country and around the world, people are crying out to be heard. Community Building Milwaukee (CBM) events endeavor to create a safe environment, free of judgment, so participants can speak freely and authentically. Our Facilitators guide using same Community Building concepts and principles that are used in our 3-Day Workshops.
This experience provides an opportunity to connect with people who may well look different than you and even think differently than you. This is a truly unique experience of self-care. You will leave with tools to listen with greater depth and empathy and be heard in this manner by others.
WCS Online 8 Tips to Enhance MI and TIC Skills through Community Building
Community Building aligns with the best practices of Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Informed Care. Our concepts and principles can take your skills in these areas to new levels. Compassion Fatigue is real. During these trying times, self-care is essential.
This series will offer 8 specific tips and tools on how to connect with other while social distancing. Part I, you will learn about tips 1-4, during the Part II, you will learn about tips 5-8. The tips are:
- The 4 stages. How to identify what stage one is in and how to not get stuck there.
- The “feedback formula” – a simple tool for how to communicate and resolve disagreements and conflicts.
- How to communicate effectively and connect more deeply with others.
- The power of “listening first”.
- Why “great” advice and “inspiring” messages may not always be what is helpful.
- What to do after someone is vulnerable or shares a personal message or problem – it may not be what you think!
- The experience of being “moved to speak” and “silence” in conversation.
- The biggest gift you can give others if you want more trust, better relationships, and real connection.
Community Building Online Training Experience
Please watch for more information. We are in the process of developing a 2-Day online Training Experience and are seeking approval to offer Continuing Education Units for this event.
If you or your organization are interested in participating, please contact Ken Ryback at 414-234-6246 or by EMAIL.