Listening to Connect

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Listen without judgement
Listen to be changed
Listen to the other not you
Hear the emotion as well as the words spoken

Are you finding yourself lost in your own thoughts while in a social situation? Can't wait to talk when having an argument or ever had feedback that you just don’t listen? Do you want to get beyond the superficial and create authentic connections with others? Or perhaps you want to deepen further your ability to listen?

In this workshop you will identify and work with your strengths and your barriers in listening. We will explore and share ways you listen well, and look at ways to improve your ability to listen on a number of levels. As playback performers we are used to listening both to what is said and what is not said and during this one day workshop we will explore the techniques we use to support us in hearing what is at ‘the heart of the story’. In a safe, supportive yet playful environment we will look at how these skills can transform the way we listen in the everyday.

Authentic connection with others depends on an ability to listen in a way that ensures the ‘other’ is heard and feels acknowledged. This workshop is for anyone who wants to deepen the way they connect with others.

Special offers
Enrol in more than one workshop and save! We offer three different workshops in the first half of 2018. You can find our combo offers here.

On Saturday 14 April 2018 at 10:00am

Location

Inner West Cultural Services
35 Dickson Street, Newtown, NSW 2042

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Contact name: Johann De Ruyter

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