We’re happy and grateful to announce the Mentoring and Assessment (M&A) Event this September in northern India, to support the community of people committed to learning, deepening, sharing, and living NVC in South Asia, and in service of a vision of people sharing NVC in some of the 200+ languages in the Indian subcontinent.
In addition to this, we will be supporting Sudha Shankar and Ranjitha Jeurkar from our community as they go through their Final Assessment for CNVC certification.
Shantigarbha, Annie, and Manasi (Organisers)
Katherine Singer (Assessor, Korea)
Sabine Geiger (Assessor, Germany and USA)
Shantigarbha (Assessor-in-training, UK).
23rd September, evening: Participants arrive
24th September, morning: Opening Circle
25 – 26th event continues
27th September, evening: Closing Circle
The hills of northern India. Venue TBC shortly.
Further information and booking
Save the date! Further information to be announced in the next few weeks. Get in touch with Annie or Manasi through their contact page.
What is the Mentoring and Assessment Event?
In the last decade, we have been witness to and part of the creation of a community of people committed to learning, deepening, and living NVC in South Asia. We’d like to offer the Mentoring and Assessment Event in support of this learning and our community.
The event is aimed towards creating a safe and creatively fulfilling space for a community of people who’d like to live and share NVC. We have a vision of supporting people sharing NVC in some of the 200+ languages on the Indian subcontinent.
In particular we want to support people who would like to develop their facilitation and training skills, including those who are in the certification process. In addition to this, this event is also intended to provide community and support for the people who are doing their Final Assessment for CNVC certification at the end.
Who is this Event For?
Our intention is to support the most experienced members of the South Asian NVC community, who would like to develop their facilitation and training skills, within the CNVC certification process or without.
To this end, we are asking for 20 days’ training with a certified NVC trainer as a minimum. If you have less than 20 and think you may benefit from this event, we are open to dialoguing with you and some others in the NVC community who know you.
Please note that we will not be teaching the basics or even the intermediate aspects of NVC. This is an advanced training for people who want to share NVC.
We anticipate that there will be 20-30 participants.
On the application form we will ask you for: number of days training, with whom, and how would you benefit from this event? How are you intending to use the skills you learn on this event?
Co-creating the Mentoring Event in the Spirit of Gift Culture or Giftivism
We anticipate that most of the participants on this Mentoring Event will have been coming to NVC events for years, and are the most likely to contribute to growth of NVC in India. Gift Culture has worked for us on conventions. In fact it has generated energy and growth in the community. For more information and inspiration, you could watch this video on Giftivism. This talk was one of the resources that inspired us to opt for gift culture for this event: “Ultimately, our inner transformation is tied to the outer manifestation… and that’s Giftivism.” We appreciate that this may be a new concept for some. Please get in touch with us if you need more information or want to talk it over.
Our Projected Costs To be announced.
How much shall I contribute To be announced.
How shall I make my contribution? To be announced.
Registration To be announced.
Get in touch
Get in touch with Annie or Manasi through their contact page.