For the most part 2022 has been a year without major lockdowns, but readjusting back into a social Melbourne isn’t necessarily a swift, simple step (or several!). Many of us have been left a little under-confident in our social skills. But even once the conversation is flowing, how do we have meaningful conversations with others? And how do we connect across differences?
This hands-on workshop creates a space to learn and practice skills that help to better connect and communicate with others. It does this through fun yet eye-opening activities and games, so to learn from your in-class experiences.
What will we cover?
– Activities that give you an opportunity to exercise your listening skills
– Games that allow you to observe verbal and nonverbal communication in others
– Exploring the importance of emotional openness in communication
Wheelchair Accessible Venue
Gender Neutral Bathrooms
Discounted Early Bird Tickets
Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
Who will be Teaching?
Dan was born and raised in the United States, and was once a heavy hitter on Wall Street, but has spent the last thirty years in Melbourne, Australia. He is the co-founder of the social enterprise Project Jambo ( www.projectjambo.com ). Project Jambo believes that we can no longer take social harmony for granted but to instead take responsibility for it by having courageous conversations with those holding different views relative to our own. They teach the skills needed to communicate with those people to improve relationships and promote social harmony.
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