Do you want to communicate with compassion, resilience and results?
When you get triggered: When something triggers you into anger or frustration, do you lash out at the world, saying (or thinking): “You always….!, Can’t you get it right!!, S/he’s such a …!”. Or maybe you attack yourself: “Failed again!, I’m so hopeless!”. Do you bury it all not feeling anything, or jump into trying to “fix people”? You want to communicate with respect and compassion in the moment, but it all seems too hard, there’s not enough time, and the damage is done.
You're not alone: These are very common reactions – and most likely hidden within them are precious needs that are not being met. How do we move beyond our conditioning, to a place of conscious, nimble communication where compassion, respect, resilience and results are nurtured?
Turn "don't care" into self care and surviving into thriving
Take time to become aware: Aware with Words training programs support you to communicate with compassion and respect while staying fully present to your own needs and authenticity. When you attend one of our programs, you become aware of what's getting in the way of creating satisfying relationships in all areas of your life.
Our programs are informed by the work of Marshall B. Rosenberg and the Center for Nonviolent Communication, and C-IQ (Conversational Intelligence). These approaches provide very practical tools and mindsets and help us to work effectively with the way our brains are structured.
Practice playfully: Changing long term behaviours in the moment can be challenging, so Aware with Words provides rich and playful opportunities, to grow your awareness of what works for you in communication and where you get hijacked. We offer training programs in organisations across Australia and in the community (in Burwood in Sydney's Inner West, or at your chosen location).
Live consciously: Compassionate communication is about a conscious way of living – one that springs from a desire to act in ways that are life affirming for ourselves and those we engage with. It is a powerful approach for turning “don’t care” into self care, disconnection into connection, and surviving into thriving.
Aware with Words Communication Training programs are offered in organisations and in the wider community.