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Listen & Be Heard: Techniques for Effective Communication & Teambuilding
This module introduces a compelling way to foster personal insight and authentic connection. You will enhance your communication and facilitation skills by participating in the circle of council, and bearing witness to a process that cultivates attentive listening, reflection, heart-felt dialogue and appreciation for diversity. Through lectures and experiential exercises, you will explore council-based practices to create safe learning spaces for cross-cultural conversations and to support skill-sets that advance emotional and social intelligence. Prerequisite: MINDB58 – Mindfulness-Based Social & Emotional Learning: Strategies and Application.NOV 2014 Register
Level Two: Mindful Educator Certification Training
Join MWB at University of Toronto to explore the ‘missing piece’ in education and learn essential social-emotional competencies and secular mindfulness practices as they relate to self-awareness, social awareness and responsible decision-making. This module will also focus on establishing a personal mindfulness practice in the flow of daily life.JAN/FEB 2015 Read More
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