• Training

  • Learning new skill-sets, deepening existing ones and moving from theory to practice.

  • Fotolia / Copyright: Jürgen Fälchle

  • Here’s a selection of training topics:

    • NVC facilitators at work - 6 month course in German

       – from September 2021 onwards

    • Nonviolent Communication (NVC) – introduction, intermediary and advanced training
    • “Setting boundaries while staying open” (NVC and systemic conversation)
    • “Engaging at eye level despite hierarchy” (NVC and power)
    • Empathy as key in work environments
    • Health management for managers
    • Facilitation of team meetings
    • Systemic consensus and resistance in conversations
    • Meetings and consultation using NVC tools
    • Complaint management
    • Child protection and children’s rights
  • All offers can be booked for ½ day, 1 day or 2 days. If there are more than 12 participants during in-house training, I prefer to work in a team with an assistant from my network.


  • The NVC training “Arbeitswelt in 5 Modulen” (“work environment in 5 modules”) surprised me, because the impulses given there extended beyond the work environment into all aspects of life. Strengthened and inspired, I want to change how I communicate to incorporate what I’ve learned. Many thanks to both trainers, whose authenticity and professionalism I enjoyed in all modules.

    - B.O.

  • My expectations for the NVC training were definitely more than met. Every module was hugely enriching! Through the many varied learning methods, I really absorbed NVC. A very good connection was created within the learning group. Thank you, Tilman, for your strong and professional accompaniment, as well as my felt sense of ease and appreciation. Thank you, Lorna, for your incredibly deep empathy. To me you are a soul whisperer, the experience you’ve gained over the years was a powerful support throughout the entire growth process.

    – Tanja Mahel

  • The NVC training distinctly improved my communication skills. I am now much better at communicating what I really mean and identifying the needs of those involved in conflicts. How important it is to be empathic – not just with others, but also with oneself – was strikingly conveyed. Tilman and Lorna showed us that regardless of how old you are or what your background is – nonviolent communication can be used to create a supportive and growth-oriented learning atmosphere.

    - Annegret Engelke