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Taking the War Out of Our Words

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The Art of Powerful Non-Defensive Communication, Taking the War Out of Our Words


On Saturday, November 10, 2012, Sharon Strand Ellison (http://www.pndc.com) will conduct a one-day workshop in the Mid-Atlantic for all persons interested in practical ways to communicate Peace. The workshop’s focus will demonstrate communicative disarmament: moving from the common communication model that is built on defensiveness and power struggle to a new paradigm that has a completely non-defensive base. Ellison’s approach introduces a uniquely powerful blend of vulnerability and honesty based on curiosity and authenticity.


“I worked with and taught conflict resolution and mediation for much of my career as a School Psychologist. Sharon Ellison presents things in a way that is both easy to use and effective. I am going to this conference on Saturday even though I've read the book and listened to the book on CD. The more practice I get the more this will help me become part of the peaceful person I want to be.”                                                                                                            --Judy Bezon, Brethren Disaster Ministries and Children’s Disaster Services


Sharon Strand Ellison, M.S. is an internationally recognized communication consultant, an award winning speaker and the author of Taking the War Out Of Our Words. She is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Powerful Non-Defensive Communication and has dedicated her life to developing a method of communication that can disarm defensiveness and diffuse power struggle. Ms. Strand Ellison is committed to helping individuals and groups learn communication techniques that will aid in nurturing strong community-building relationships.


Register online at http://www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment or by phone at 410-386-8100 to attend the workshop or view as a Webinar.

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