Jorge Rubio

Nonviolent Communication Workshop
“To Live for NOW ~ Vivencia”  (Sorry! Already Full)

Date: November 23, 2011 (Wed. National Holiday)
Place: Bunkyo-Academy Meidai (The same building as Meidai Jr. High School)

Time: 9:30 Door Open   
          10:00 Workshop Starts   
          18:00 Workshop Ends
          There will be 60~90minutes lunch break (Lunch not included in the fee)
Fee:  JPY15,000 (JPY13,000 for early birds)
Trainer: Jorge Rubio, a CNVC certified trainer from Colombia
Language: English, with Japanese translation
Theme: To Live for NOW ~ Vivencia


Note: Your place will be booked after both registration and payment are done.

[1] Postal Bank Transfer
Comprehensive Account (Sogokoza)
Account Holders Name: NVC wa-kushoppu unei iinkai
Kigo: 10130  Bango: 1986431

[2] Bank Transfer from other Bank
Bank Name and Code: Japan Post Bank (Yucho-Ginko) 9900
Branch Namezeroichihachi 018
Account Holders Name: NVC wa-kushoppu unei iinkai
Account Type: Regular (普通)
Account Number: 198643

* Acquire NVC skills to stay connected with your needs with sensitivity to the needs of others even in the most difficult situations.
* Stop being nice and start living truthful life being aware of what’s alive in you in each moment.
* For more information about “Vivencia”, please refer to Jorge’s HP:

Jorge Rubio has been a certified trainer of nonviolent communication for eleven years. He has worked intensively in his country of origin, Colombia, as founder and executive director of The Foundation for Nonviolent Communication Center and participated in the Presidential program "Haz Paz", with the intention to create a culture of peace in a country of war.
He also directed three Community Peace pilot projects with the Colombian Institute for the Welfare of the Family, and worked at the INEM School (Instituto Nacional de Educacion Media), a public school in Ibague that serves the poorest economic strata. He travels internationally to conduct workshops, and to consult and mediate with businesses, schools, organizations, police, families and individuals. He is currently working in the U.S., Spain, and Latin America trying to support the creation of living empathic networks. Recent extensive work in several regions of Bolivia has included workshops with government agencies at the national level, with child protective agencies, and with community and human rights organizations.
*This is a quote from this URL      http://www.vivenciawork.com/jorgerubio.html

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We hope to see you at the workshop!

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