compassionate communication

Wednesday, June 10
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Would you like: 

  • to communicate more easily with family members?
  • collaborate more productively with workmates?
  • to stay true to yourself and connected to others…even when you disagree?
  • to be able to calm yourself when you are experiencing strong reactions?

If so, perhaps this learning opportunity is for you!  Join us for this highly interactive workshop based in the work of Marshall Rosenberg, PhD.  We will explore a small taste of a large body of work and you will leave with some practical skills to put to use right away.

Register in advance to receive the link to the Zoom meeting.

Leah Boyd
Leah Boyd is a certified trainer with the International Center for Nonviolent Communication and holds a BS in Education.  She is a professional mediator, group facilitator and communication skills trainer. With a diverse background including special education, human resources and professional music, Leah brings wide personal experience to her work.

For 10 years Leah worked in the field of special education as a teacher of students grades 7 – 12 with emotional and behavioral challenges. For 15 years, Leah helped grow her family’s trucking company from 12 to 65 employees.  It was while immersed in this work she discovered and honed her skill and passion for assisting people to communicate effectively, work cooperatively, and manage conflict to tap collective wisdom. In addition to serving private clients, Leah has served as a mediator for the Maine Department of Education as well as the Maine District Court System in Family Matters cases. She has also served on the Board of Governors for the Maine Association of Mediators.

Leah enjoys offering facilitation and training for a wide range of groups and organizations including colleges, associations, boards and workplaces. Visit her website here.

Please join us by registering below!