Would you like to get what you want in a way that doesn’t upset others but instead builds trust and connection? Nonviolent Communication is a process that is taught around the world. Check out this workshop offered by Gandhi Institute staff.
This workshop fulfills a Medallion Program Level 2 requirement for Interpersonal Competence. The workshop is hosted by Kit Miller. Read more.
The Medallion Program, an initiative of the Office of the Dean of Students, is a flexible three-tiered program that provides workshops, interactive activities, and personal reflection to assist UR students in developing leadership capabilities. The Medallion Program provides a balance between structure and creativity. There are specific requirements that need to be completed, but as a participant, you will have the freedom to choose programs and workshops that meet your individual needs.
Students from all majors, class levels, and degrees of leadership experience are welcome. Participants have the freedom to choose events and programs that reflect their preferences.
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Frederick Douglass Commons, 401
500 Wilson Blvd Rochester, NY 14627