Assessor Profiles

Assessor Team:
Germany Southeast
Region:
Austria and Germany
Spoken Languages

Maria Hechenberger, geb. 1973 in Salzburg, verheiratet mit Andreas und Mutter von Matilda *2002 und Gabriel *2004, Dipl. Physiotherapeutin, Zertifizierte Trainerin für Gewaltfreie Kommunikation, Dipl. Lebens- und Sozialberaterin (Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse)

2006 lernte ich die Gewaltfreie Kommunikation kennen und sie nahm mich mit auf eine Reise des inneren Wachstums, des Verstehens und der Selbstermächtigung – auf eine Reise, die noch immer nicht zu Ende ist. 
Seit 2012 bin ich zertifizierte GFK-Trainerin und staune nach wie vor, welch tiefe Kraft sich hinter dieser „Methode“ verbirgt. Seit 2013 leite ich Aus- und Weiterbildungen in Gewaltfreier Kommunikation und bin Mentorin für werdende TrainerInnen. Ich bin Mitglied im Netzwerk „Gewaltfreie Kommunikation Austria“  Am Institut für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse Salzburg habe ich 2017 meine Ausbildung zur Dipl. Lebens- und Sozialberaterin abgeschlossen.Seit März 2020 bin ich Assessorin im Team Deutschland / Österrceich

Assessor Team:
Germany Southwest
Region:
Africa
English-Speaking Europe
Germany
Spoken Languages
Assessor Team:
TCCP (Trainer Candidate Community Path)
Region:
North America
Spoken Languages

Kathleen works with CNVC trainer candidates through the Trainer Candidate Community Path (TCCP). In conjunction with the CNVC certification process, the TCCP program is for CNVC trainer candidates who would like to walk the certification path guided by and co-created with community. We are looking for candidates who are interested in the areas of building sustainable community and restorative justice. Each individual process will be designed by individual candidates, community members, mentors, and assessors and/or assessors in training (Kathleen- assessor; Roxy Manning, Mika Maniwa, Susana Warren and Martha Lassley- assessors in training). The certification path involves meeting one-four weekends a year as a community, exploring a variety of ways to share NVC including co-leading trainings candidates and/or certified trainers in a variety of venues to be mutually decided upon. For more information about TCCP, visit the website www.livinginterdependence.org. For more information about Kathleen visit her web site www.StrengthofConnection.com.

TCCP is  one of the prototypes for the new CNVC organization's Recognized Role weaves (a group supporting living and sharing of NVC in the role of Certified Trainer or soon to be NVC Ambassador).

To join the waiting list please follow this link.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfblSPUTa-x-IkA1GGhMoWvdGhtNBJI3H7ZvxNFZUF8MiJLvw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Assessor Team:
Canada: English-speaking
Canada: French-speaking
Region:
French-Speaking Canada
North America
Spoken Languages

For over 20 years, Valerie Lanctot-Bedard has been passionate about interpersonal communication, as it relates to individual paths of self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-responsibility and self-care. It was through her experience as an alternative health care practitioner that she discovered her awe for and faith in the human spirit and her ever-growing curiosity about the ways we relate to one another in different contexts. Co-founder of Spiralis consultants, she offers NVC and NVC-related trainings in public sessions and yearlong programs, as well as in-house trainings for various teams and organizations, according to a wide range of concerns and aspirations – from facing angry customers to creating cultures of learning through feedback and proactive conflict transformation. She also works with families and couples, supporting them in reaching better mutual understanding, renewing their relationships in truth and trust. She offers conflict transformation coaching and mediation services. She continuously explores new ways of bringing more awareness and truth to human encounters, fostering environments where these are possible, become desirable and even more and more exciting! Valerie was certified by the CNVC in 2007and trained as an assessor in 2010; she has a master’s degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution; she is a student of the Diamond Approach. Her website is spiralis.ca

Depuis plus de 20 ans, Valérie Lanctôt-Bédard vit une passion constante pour la communication interpersonnelle et son lien avec un cheminement individuel de conscience de soi, d’acceptation de soi, de responsabilité pour soi et de soin de soi. C’est à travers son expérience de praticienne en médecine alternative qu’elle a découvert son émerveillement pour et sa foi en l’esprit humain, ainsi que sa curiosité sans cesse croissante pour nos façons d’entrer en relation dans divers contextes. Co-fondatrice de Spiralis consultants, elle offre des formations en CNV et en lien à la CNV sous forme d’ateliers publics et de programmes de développement, ainsi qu’en formations internes pour toutes sortes d’équipes et d’organisations, en fonction d’un large éventail de préoccupations et d’aspirations – de faire face à des clients en colère à développer une culture d’apprentissage grâce à la rétroaction et la transformation des conflits. Elle travaille également auprès de familles et de couples, les soutenant à développer une meilleure compréhension mutuelle, renouvelant ainsi leur relation par la vérité et la confiance. Elle offre du coaching en transformation de conflits et des services de médiation. Elle explore toujours de nouvelles façons d’apporter davantage de conscience et de vérité au sein des rapports humains, créant des environnements où cela est possible, devient désirable et même de plus en plus excitant! Valérie a été certifiée par le CNVC en 2007 et formée comme certificatrice en 2010; elle détient une maitrise en Prévention et Règlement des Différends; elle est une élève de l’Approche Diamond. Son site web est à spiralis.ca

Assessor Team:
KILN (North America)
Region:
North America
South America
Spoken Languages

Angela Walkley accompanies people in North, Central and South America. She is passionate about increasing inclusion and access to people in South and Central America: “I commit to maintaining 50% of my Trainer Candidate list for people from Latin America and strive to include people from under-represented communities.” 

Angela has been a facilitator, mediator and activist for over 20 years and brought NVC into her work in 2004. 

She has led community-based processes and projects in India, Latin America and Canada’s far North, with a focus on bringing voices of under-served communities (such as Canada’s Indigenous communities and Ecuador’s marginalized communities) to the foreground. 

These projects included the development of national, provincial and municipal legislation/policies and practical projects in leadership development, capacity building, indigneous self governance and community-based planning and management.

Angela’s journey with NVC has also been deeply personal. At a pivotal point of crisis, Angela and her husband (CT Mitch Miyagawa) dove into NVC and completely rebuilt their way of being in relationship and parenting.

She approaches her role as Assessor with a deep sense of humility with this work of being human and turning again and again to self empathy. She is guided by the words of mentor and colleague Penny Wassman: ‘How can I reach out to others if I am unwilling to reach into myself, unwilling to honour and experience this place of inner knowing?” 

Angela takes a community-based approach to assessment and draws people in who have a passion for working together to make an impact in the lives of individuals and to our collective existence.

Assessor Team:
Independent Assessor
Region:
Asia
North America
Spoken Languages

Greetings Friends,

 

I’m happy to join the Educational Services Team as an Assessor. I am grateful for the support of Katherine, Sabine, Kathleen and Karl along this path. A deep bow of gratitude also to Rita, Sylvia, Michael and Alison who have helped me to regain my balance after stumbling along this path for the past three years. (Actually, my path began in 2007. With Rita’s assistance, I became and assessor for the first time just a few days before the certification stop of 2007, so for me it has been a 12 year journey!)

 

And of course, the deepest bow to our teacher, Marshall.

 

A major part of my mission since 2007 has been to support the next generation of trainers. Beginning in 2007, Jori, Rodger, and I (Along with the late Kathi Aichner) founded Compassionate Leadership. I became an assessor in training in 2015. If you care about the details of my efforts, I added them below the signature.

 

My intention can be summed up briefly: To live and radiate interdependence and compassion*.

 

As an assessor, I relish the opportunity to live this purpose, to the best of my ability with all of you, as well as candidates who enter into a relationship with our organization dreaming of service to our mission.

 

Every day, I wonder, who needs what right now, and how can I help.

 

I see one important aspect of my role as an assessor as supporting others in living into their dream of service to our shared mission. I want everyone's dreams to come true!

 

I see this next step in my service to CNVC as a continuation of my life’s work, to integrate NVC consciousness as fully as possible and to support others with the same goal.

 

 

I am inspired and hopeful by what I generally see amongst trainers who have followed me on this path. I deeply long for all of us to remember the purpose and intention of NVC as Marshall defined it. To remind myself, and all of us, I keep it posted on the bottom of most of my emails:

 

“The primary purpose of Nonviolent Communication is to connect with other people in a way that enables giving to take place: compassionate giving. It’s compassionate in that our giving comes willingly from the heart. We are giving service to others and ourselves –not out of duty or obligation, not out of fear of punishment or hope for a reward, not out of guilt or shame, but for what I consider part of our nature. It’s in our nature to enjoy giving to one another.”  -Marshall B Rosenberg, Ph.D.

 

I also long for me, and all of us, to continue a never-ending process of self-assessment, using the Matrix, Marshall’s books, the work of other CTs and candidates.

 

Finally, I long for feedback. I rely on each of you, my community and my team, to be honest with me. I invite you to catch me when I contribute to your wellbeing. Likewise, I long to know if there is anything I do (or don’t do) that contributes to your life being less than wonderful. I intend to keep the lines of communication wide open, in the service of mutual learning.

With warmth and inspiration,

Jim

*This is also the purpose statement of the NFP NVC Community.

 

Assessment Activities

First contact with Marshall in November 2000

Registered as candidate in 2002

Certified in May 2003 with Robert Gonzales as Assessor

Fall 2006 Became part of Leadership Team (LT) with Marshall and Valentina, focusing on GCC

Spring 2007. Along with Wes Taylor, invited to an assessor by Rita

Spring 2007 Assessment Paused

Spring 2007 Collected and collated feedback for Assessment team, wrote report and made recommendations about how to restart certification

2007 Began working on the Pathways to Liberation: Matrix of Self-Assessment with Jori, Jack Lehman and former CT Jake Gotwals

2011 Published the Matrix with Jake, Jack and Jori.

February 2008:  Started Compassionate Leadership with Rodger Sorrow, Jori Manske, and Kathi Aichner

During Compassionate Leadership period from 2008-2014 coached, mentored or supported the following candidates who became Certified Trainers:

Kathi Aichner

Faye Landey

Bren Hardt

Anne Walton (Participated in Final Assessment)

Yonmi Lee (Participated in Final Assessment)

Diane Diller

Ronnie Hausheer (Participated in Final Assessment 2017 with Katherine)

Carlene Robinson

Cynthia Moe

Jaqueline Muller

James Prieto

Leslie Ritter-Jenkins

Lora Kim Joyner

Roxy Manning (pre-assessment Matrix)

William Pohner

Jack Lehman (extensive mentoring before and after pre-assessment)

Jake Gotwals

 

Attended Group Final Assessment in Korea (2012) with Gina Lawrie and Katherine Singer

 

From 2014 to present supported the following with mentoring, coaching or trainer training

Andrea Pro (mentoring before Pre-Assessment)

Go Goto (Extensive mentoring before Pre-Assessment and Assessment)

Yuko Goto (Extensive mentoring before Pre-Assessment and Assessment)

Shigeko Suzuki (Registered, Attended Pre-Assessment/Final Assessment 2018

Haruno Olgaswara (Registered,Attended Pre-Assessment/Final Assessment 2018

Ken Anno (Registered, Attended Pre-Assessment/Final Assessment 2018

Marylyn Muller

River Dunavin

Rosanna Hung (mentoring before and after pre-assessment)

Aukye Byker

Elana Bernasconi-Tabellini

Maya Diaz (Final Assessment with Kathleen McFerren 2018)

Liu Yi (online pre-assessment with Kathleen McFerran is 2018)

 

Assessor Team:
KILN (North America)
Region:
North America

An original founder of the BC Network for Compassionate Communication in British Columbia, Canada, Penny has offered trainings in the Nonviolent Communication process to people, organizations and corporate and government groups in North America since 1999. She has offered her services as a CNVC assessor since 2005. She writes, “The practice of NVC is, in my experience, the development of an ongoing, evolving, life-long consciousness of compassionate interplay and outreach in which personal authenticity plays a key role. For without deep personal authenticity, ongoing inner awareness and accountability, empathic presence for others is certainly limited. How can I reach out to others if I am unwilling to reach into myself, unwilling to honour and experience this place of inner knowingness and intuition where life just somehow fits?” Penny views the assessor/certification candidate relationship as a mutual collaboration to support the evolution of NVC consciousness in the world. Her web site is www.pennywassman.ca

Assessor Team:
TCCP (Trainer Candidate Community Path)
Region:
North America

Karl's current work as an Assessor is focused exclusively on serving as a consultant and supporter for the Trainer Candidate Community Path (TCCP), facilitated by Kathleen Macferran.  To join the waiting list for TCCP please follow this link:
https://goo.gl/forms/zzJ7jlbOQizc7hQ73.

Assessor Team:
Germany Northeast
Spanish-speaking Candidates Team
Region:
Germany
Spoken Languages

Assessor team North-East Germany

During our assessor activities in recent years, we have developed the concept of the TKP (Trainer Candidate Community Program), based on the certification process as described in the CPP, the detailed certification documents. It gives greater importance and scope to the personal work between us assessors and candidates, as well as between the candidates themselves. In the personal encounters, especially at the mentoring and assessment days or mentoring theme days, we have repeatedly experienced that valuable development incentives could be provided through fine, clear and strengthening feedback. In addition, the candidates* were able to strengthen themselves and continue their process with many suggestions. In addition, we want to make the certification process more tangible as a community process in which the candidates support each other in their growth process by working independently in groups.

More information: https://gfk-trainer-werden.de/assessorinnen-teams/team-nord-ost/

Assessor Team Espana:
Marianne Sikor with support of Sylvie Hörning (Assessor in training)

Since 2015 I´m serving as assessor and coordinator for Spain to enable certification in Spanish. My vision is to build up a Spanish assessor team. In the process I´m cooperating with Sylvie Hörning, other assessors and regional and international  certified trainers. We are holding yearly pre-assessment events and mentoring and assessment days.

For more information please visit http://www.marianne-sikor.de/zertifizierung-gewaltfreie-kommunikation/certificacion-como-entrenador-certificad-de-ccnv/ .

Assessor Team LATAM:
Angela Walkley, Sylvie Hörning (Assessor in training), Marianne Sikor with community building support of Kathleem MacFerran

Since 2019 we are evolving and cocreating possibilities of certification for candidates in Latin America in Spanish. We have been starting in Mexico, holding the first mexican mentoring and assessment event in October 2019. We are cooperating with Spanish-speaking Certified Trainers who serve as mentors for the candidates to enable a closer accompaniment. We are also inviting regional certified trainers to support the mentoring and assessment events, in 2019 Fabiola Fuentes has been part of the team during these days. Our vision is to build up thriving assessor and candidate communities in the Latinamerican countries.

Assessor*innen-Team Nordost Deutschland

Während unserer Assessor*innentätigkeit in den letzten Jahren haben wir das Konzept des TKP (Trainerkandidaten-Gemeinschats-Programm) entwickelt, basierend auf dem Zertifizierungsprozess, wie er im CPP, den ausführlichen Zertifizierungsunterlagen, beschrieben ist. Darin geben wir der persönlichen Arbeit zwischen uns Assessor*innen und den Kandidat*innen, sowie den Kandidat*innen untereinander einen größeren Stellenwert und Umfang. In den persönlichen Begegnungen, insbesondere auf den Mentoring- und Assessmenttagen bzw. Mentoring-Thementagen haben wir immer wieder erlebt, dass durch feines, klares und stärkendes Feedback wertvolle Entwicklungsanreize gegeben werden konnten. Zudem konnten die Kandidat*innen gestärkt und mit vielen Anregungen in ihrem Prozess weitergehen. Zudem wollen wir den Zertifizierungsprozess stärker als Gemeinschaftsprozess erlebbar gestalten, in dem sich die Kandidat*innen durch die selbstverantwortliche Arbeit in Gruppen gegenseitig in ihrem Wachstumsprozess unterstützen.

Weitere Informationen: https://gfk-trainer-werden.de/assessorinnen-teams/team-nord-ost/

Assessor*innen-Team Spanien:
Marianne Sikor mit Unterstützung von Sylvie Hörning (Assessor in training)

Nähere Infos siehe englischer Text

Assessor*innen-Team LATAM:
Angela Walkley, Sylvie Hörning (Assessor in training), Marianne Sikor with Unterstützung für Gemeinschaftsbildung durch Kathleem MacFerran

Nähere Infos siehe englischer Text

Assessor Team:
Independent Assessor
TCCP (Trainer Candidate Community Path)
Region:
English-Speaking Europe
Germany
Spoken Languages
Assessor Team:
Francophone Region
Region:
French-Speaking Europe

Clinical psychologist and hippotherapeute since 1979, Vinciane works in the area of individual counseling and group inspired by Rogerian approach. Certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg in 1996, Vinciane is involved in psychiatric settings and personal assistance.

The accompaniment that sets Vinciane's practice, to help people get closer to their "being in the making", is based on fundamental values such as confidence in life, the power to choose, the strength of love, the power of intention and the art of presence. Vinciane has collaborated on many international and intercontinental projects with CNV since 1995 - in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Burundi, Quebec. She loves working with several projects and joined the French certification team in 2013.

Psychologue clinicienne et hippotherapeute depuis 1979, Vinciane travaille dans le domaine de  l'accompagnement individuel et de groupe, inspiree par l'approche Rogerienne. Formatrice certifiee en Communication NonViolente par Marshall Rosenberg, en 1996, Vinciane intervient dans le milieu psychiatrique et de l'aide a la personne.

L'accompagnement que met en pratique Vinciane, afin d'aider les personnes a se rapprocher de leur "etre de deviner", s'appuie sur des valeurs fondamentales telle que la confiance dans la Vie, le pouvoir de Choisir, la force de l'Amour, la puissance de l'Intention et l'art de la Presence.

Vinciane a collabore a de nombreux projets internationaux et intercontinentaux en CNV, depuis 1995 - Belgique, France, Suisse, Burundi, Quebec. Elle aime travailler "a plusieurs" et a rejoint l'equipe de certification francophone en 2013.

Assessor Team:
Switzerland: German-speaking
Region:
Switzerland

I see myself as a sounding board and catalyst in supporting individuals to self-reflect and gain clarity and growth through this, as I believe in external inspiration triggering overcoming personal limitations in core believes, which is liberating.

More than twenty years in technical projects made me deeply realise, that no project ever failed or will fail out of technology reasons but always because how people deal with each other, how they behave under pressure.

Having done investigations and research for over 15 years, I found in NVC an approach how to honestly and fearlessly staying connected under pressure, being able to establish sustainable solutions that serve all involved parties – way beyond compromise.

Afters years of studies and respective degrees in adult education, training design and delivery, psychology, neuroscience and coaching, I am a full-time trainer, facilitator and coach since 2012. I work with individuals, teams and organisations in settings of one-to-one to one-to-hundreds, mainly across Europe.

All my trainings are about so called “soft skills” to unleash locked potentials.

All we experience as “being stuck” can be unblocked from within ourselves. No matter if it is in the business or private context. All this by targeting radical self-enablement and fostering relationship at the same time.

It is all about experience and reflection, allowing time to try again, experience once more and recognise differences through reflection and feedback etc.

Small and with confidence doable steps provide a positive experience where out subconscious mind is primed with this new habit and experience, unconscious blockages starting to fade away.

For this, I am applying the “holistic, integrative process approach”:

  • taking into account and concideration the whole human with and in her contexts,

  • finding the crack in the circle to become round and complete again,

  • the client is following her own and unique process which I do support, coach but never determine.

Assessor Team:
Europe: English-speaking
Region:
English-Speaking Europe

Gina Lawrie is based in Dorset, UK and has been a certified trainer with CNVC since 1997, integrating NVC into her practice as an independent consultant, trainer, and coach in the field of personal and organizational development. Gina has traveled extensively with her NVC work and introduced the process in Australia, New Zealand where she has just handed over the assessor role to Cate Crombie. Gina is well known in the NVC community for her co-creation of the NVC Dance Floors and as an associate trainer with the NVC Training Institute.

Gina has been as assessor since 2004 and loves the challenge of assessment in the partnership paradigm as part of The English Speaking European Assessor Team- ESEAT. We work to build community at our final assessment events and we use our website to share how we do this www.nvcassessment.eu. The assessor team consists of Towe Widstrand, Gina Lawrie, Deborah Bellamy, Shona Cameron, Thera Balvers and Dionne Verbeet (Assessor in Training)

Assessor Team:
Germany Southeast
Region:
Germany
Spoken Languages
Assessor Team:
CALF (Candidates Active Learning Forum)
Region:
North America
Spoken Languages

Sylvia Haskvitz lives in Tucson, Arizona, USA and has been a certified trainer since 1989 and one of the original 20 certified trainers. She completed her masters degree in Speech and Communication studies with a focus on interpersonal and intercultural communication. As a communication consultant, coach and trainer, she has brought NVC consciousness to workplaces across the US, coached couples, families and individuals and has worked on many diverse projects including co-facilitating a 9 day NVC training in Israel/Palestine in 2011. She began the first year course in Nonviolent Communication in 1998, recognizing the need for regular practice in community. She co-created the group Compassionate Communication for the Jewish Soul as a way to support healing in the Jewish community. She was the co-founder of CALF (Candidates/Community Active Learning Forum) - an online and in person learning community for NVC practitioners and CNVC Certification Candidates. As a nutritionist, she wrote Eat by Choice, Not by Habit, an NVC application to our relationship with food and our bodies. It is because of her deep desire to support the integrity of the NVC process and its sustainability that she has taken on this role of assessor. Her website is nvccalf.com and nvcarizona.org.

Assessor Team:
Germany Southeast
Region:
Germany
Spoken Languages
Assessor Team:
Germany Southwest
Region:
Southwest Germany
Spoken Languages

We have been working together since Winter 2009. We met during the Assessor’s Training in Stuttgart with Marshall in Summer 2008. There we developed, together with all participants, the first ideas about group assessments and mentoring as one effective strategy to support each other and to realize power with. We understand our work as our contribution to social change. We feel connected with the worldwide trainer group and enjoy working together in the Education Service Team.

All three of us are self-employed and have our own business. We have different fields we are working in beside our work as trainers in NVC: Rita is working in companies as a consultant, Doris is a counsellor and Edith is working as an undertaker.

We speak German and English. Candidates from other countries are heartily welcome. We will offer once a year a group assessment in German and English. For more information please contact one of us.

Assessor Team:
Germany Southeast
Independent Assessor
South Asia
Region:
Asia
Austria and Germany
Middle East
Spoken Languages
Assessor Team:
Germany Southeast
Region:
Austria and Germany
English-Speaking Europe
Germany
Switzerland
Spoken Languages

My main focus is NVC with parents, teachers and everybody living and working with children. I am an NVC trainer since 2005, an assessor for the CNVC certification process, mediator and coach. i am co-founding member of the German-speaking network, D-A-CH, and member of the Munich network. I developed the “Giraffentraum” programme with Gundi, my wife, which introduces NVC in kindergartens and schools. This programme runs now in countries all over the world. In addition, I have experiences of NVC family camps in Germany, Austria and the USA. my passion is to experience NVC off the beaten track -away from the limitations of words and languages. I focuse on intuition, empathic presence, body language and theater technics. I love to play and enjoy miracles. I live with my family near Munich, Germany.

Assessor Team:
CALF (Candidates Active Learning Forum)
Switzerland: German-speaking
Region:
Switzerland
Assessor Team:
Canada: French-speaking
Region:
French-Speaking Canada

Gina Cenciose has been practicing and learning Nonviolence and healing in different forms for over 30 years. She has had a private practice incorporating different healing modalities for 15 years. She has specialized in sharing Nonviolent Communication, as her profession, sharing NVC in prisons, faith communities, non profits, and in 7 yearly 17-day programs she offers with others to incorporate NVC practices and principles into their lives. She has co led and co created 22 such programs of 1-3 year length., some with themes such as NVC and Social Change, NVC and Transformation of Consciousness, etc. She has been training trainers in NVC  in 3 year long programs, and in Scott peck's method of Community building and has incorporated Dominic Barter’s Restorative Circles  process into her life and her work. She is an Inner Relationship Focusing facilitator as well, and combines Inquiry and IR focusing in some of her programs. Gina speaks French and English. Her web site is www.embodyingempathy.com

Assessor Team:
Europe: English-speaking
Region:
English-Speaking Europe
Spoken Languages

I first heard about NVC in the summer of 2003. By the end of February 2004 I had spent 10 days with Marshall at the top of a mountain in Switzerland and I determined in myself to be like one of those NVC Trainers he was working with. I loved the ease of connection between them all, the fun and the depth- a delicious combination for me. I immediately found the NVC community in the UK and spent as much time as possible learning with them and other trainers around Europe and also the US. I became a Certified Trainer in 2006 and have since that time have shared NVC both publicly and within my role as an Educational Psychologist. I moved into working with the English Speaking European Assessor Team in the summer of 2015 and found a space to learn, live and share NVC with integrity and in collaboration. I love to support people to grow and develop their skills as practitioners, trainers and human beings doing their best.

The English Speaking European Assessor Team- ESEAT, work to build community at our assessment events and we use our website to share how we do this www.nvcassessment.eu. The assessor team consists of Towe Widstrand, Gina Lawrie, Deborah Bellamy, Shona Cameron, Thera Balvers and Dionne Verbeet (Assessor in Training)

 

Assessor Team:
Europe: French-speaking
Francophone Region
Region:
French-Speaking Europe

Laurence Bruschweiler est française d'origine mais vit en Suisse depuis son mariage en 1977, elle a 58 ans et fait partie de l'équipe des formateurs et formatrices de la Suisse Romande. Elle est certificatrice du CNVC pour les pays francophones depuis 2010. Elle a fait à Paris des études de Sciences Politiques puis à Genève une formation de professeur de yoga. C'est à cet endroit qu'elle a rencontré Marshall Rosenberg en 1986 lors d'un de ses premiers voyages en Europe. Elle venait d'avoir son troisième enfant et a fait sa formation avec Marshall tout en essayant de vivre le processus dans sa famille. Elle a été certifiée en 1992 et a souvent accompagné Marshall en France. Elle a fondé alors l'Association Française et en a été la Présidente jusqu'en 2001. En Suisse elle a également  participé à la fondation de l'Association des formateurs avec Hélène Domergue Tappolet et Anne Bourrit. Au niveau francophone, elle s'est investie pendant 3 ans pour essayer de mettre sur pied une organisation reposant sur les principes de la sociocratie. Ce cadre  a permis de tisser des liens et donc de soutenir toutes sortes de projets en particulier en Afrique. Elle travaille au quotidien  principalement dans les domaines de l'enseignement (formation continue des enseignants depuis 15 ans) et dans le domaine de la santé (hôpitaux etc..). Elle a participé dans sa ville Neuchâtel à la fondation de l'Association de Médiation et en fait toujours partie. Elle a commencé la fonction de certificatrice en 2005 avec Hélène Domergue pour assister Anne Bourrit qui était seule à ce moment-là en francophonie. Pendant l'interruption des certifications elle a participé à la création d'un groupe de 4 personnes autour de la certification et de la formation des candidats (voir plus haut). Ce groupe travaille à plein régime depuis 3 ans et est très satisfait de toutes les formations,  pré- évaluations et évaluations de groupe qui se mettent en place.

Assessor Team:
Independent Assessor
Region:
Italian Speaking Europe
North America
Spoken Languages

Stephanie Bachmann Mattei was born and raised in Florence, Italy, where she earned the equivalent of a Bachelor in Languages and the Laurea cum Laude in Philosophy. In 1993, she and her husband relocated from Italy to the USA. They currently reside in Florida, Tampa Bay area with their 3 children.

Stephanie first met Marshall in 2002 and, soon after, CNVC Certified Trainer Inbal Kashtan, who wholeheartedly shared with Stephanie the heart and soul of NVC in parenting and family life. It was with the intention of more fully supporting Inbal’s vision of sharing NVC with parents and people working with children that Stephanie decided to pursue CNVC certification. The journey was a delightful experience, nourished by consistent encouragement to stretch and expand her NVC awareness under the loving guidance of Penny Wassman, who served as her assessor. Her journey with Penny still serves as an experiential reference of how partnership may be embodied on the certification path in the relationship between assessor and candidate. Stephanie has continued to bring forth Inbal’s legacy, and together with CNVC Certified Trainer Ingrid Bauer, Stephanie has been co-leading the Parent Peer Leadership Program since 2009.

Stephanie also worked for over 5 years with the NVC Academy collaborating with various CNVC Trainers and being exposed to the richness of different facilitation styles. These connections continue to serve and influence Stephanie's growth and development. Her connection with Sylvia Haskvitz resulted in an invitation to join the CALF Program (Candidates Active Learning Forum) and, a few years later, to consider serving as an assessor. Stephanie enthusiastically embraced this proposal as an opportunity to touch more lives and create more of a ripple effect in her sharing of NVC with the world. Dr. Bruce Perry states that "Being born a human being does not ensure a child will become humane. Humans become humane. The capacity to care, to share, to listen, value and be empathic – to be compassionate – develops from being cared for, shared with, listened to, valued and nurtured.” Stephanie holds NVC as a path to support the very journey from human to human.

Stephanie Bachmann Mattei e' nata e cresciuta, in Italia, a Firenze, dove ha studiato lingue e si e' laureata Cum Laude in Filosofia. Nel 1993 si e’ trasferita negli Stati Uniti. Attualmente risiede in Florida, assieme a suo marito, anch’egli italiano, ed ai loro tre figli. Stephanie ha incontrato Marshall nel 2002 e, qualche mese dopo, la formatrice certificata Inbal Kashtan, la quale le ha trasmesso con tutto il cuore l’arte di vivere secondo i principi fondamentali della Comunicazione Nonviolenta (CNV) e le relative applicazioni pratiche, sia nell'ambito delle relazioni familiari che nei rapporti con i bambini. Al fine di offrire il supporto più' completo alla visione di Inbal di diffondere la CNV in famiglie e con operatori che lavorano con i bambini, Stephanie decise di iniziare il percorso di certificazione per Formatori CNV con il Centro Internazionale per la Comunicazione Nonviolenta (CNVC). Tale cammino e' stata un’esperienza estremamente significativa, un'opportunità’ per acquisire nuovi livelli di consapevolezza basata sulla CNV, sotto la calorosa guida di Penny Wassman la quale rivestiva il ruolo di assessor per Stephanie. Ancora oggi, tale percorso offre a Stephanie un'esperienza tangibile di come si possa instaurare una collaborazione paritaria nel rapporto assessor/candidato. Stephanie continua a diffondere il messaggio di Inbal, in qualità’ di formatrice del Parent Peer Leadership Program assieme alla formatrice certificata Ingrid Bauer. Stephanie ha anche lavorato per oltre cinque anni con la NVC Academy, collaborando con svariati formatori certificati e venendo esposta a stili di facilitazione ed insegnamento variegati. Sylvia Haskvitz ha invitato Stephanie a far parte del CALF Program (Candidates Active Learning Forum) un programma specificatamente per candidati iscritti al percorso di certificazione per Formatori CNV con il Centro Internazionale per la Comunicazione Nonviolenta. Nel 2015 Sylvia ha invitato Stephanie a considerare la possibilità di diventare un assessor. Stephanie ha entusiasticamente accolto questo nuovo percorso al fine di dare il suo contributo nella diffusione dei principi della CNV nel mondo in integrita’ con gli insegnamenti di Marshall B. Rosenberg. Lo psichiatra americano, Dr Bruce Perry, afferma che "Nascere umani non garantisce il diventare veramente umani. Gli esseri umani diventano umani. La capacità’ di prendersi cura, di condividere, di ascoltare, di valorizzare e di essere empatici -essere compassionevoli-, si sviluppa col fare esperienza di essere accuditi, accolti, ascoltati, valorizzati ed arricchiti." Per Stephanie la CNV e' un percorso che aiuta questo cammino: dal nascere essere umano al vivere realizzando le qualità' squisitamente umane.

Assessor Team:
Germany Northeast
Region:
Germany

We have known each other for several years. We all learned from Beate Ronnefeldt, among others. Also, we had met at various occasions, for example at the yearly held trainer-meetings in Munich and Niederkaufungen.
In our work, we are connected in particular by our process-oriented approach, focusing on what matters for the participants and on group processes.

From the beginning we cared for fostering a process to certification which gives priority to the process of personal development and growth, enabled by the certification path we three experienced as a huge enrichment.

Therefore we took time during our first year as assessors to concretize this process with the support of other trainers and to describe it (more information at: http://www.gewaltfrei-niederkaufungen.de/?trainerzertifizierung).
We are thrilled by the concept of group assessments and are in the act of developing it further by integrating other NVC trainers, for example, trainers mentoring our candidates. We offer mentoring- and assessment days bi-annual to complete group assessments or to give our candidates the opportunity to experience us, other candidates and the procedure of a group assessment, and to get feedback and stimulation.

In our accompaniment for our candidates the mentoring by other NVC trainers or by ourselves plays an important role. For that, we are working together with some other German-speaking trainers. By this, we try to realize our vision of a rich NVC trainer network. Moreover, to foster an enriching culture of learning, of giving and receiving feedback and of networking, we encourage our candidates to build groups with other NVC persons to inter-vision and accompany each other.

Assessorinnen-Team Nordost Deutschland
Wir drei kennen uns seit mehreren Jahren. Wir alle haben einen Teil unserer GFK-Ausbildung bei Beate Ronnefeldt gemacht. Zudem hatten wir uns verschiedentlich getroffen, z.B. auf den jährlichen Trainertreffen in München und Niederkaufungen.
Was uns in unserer Arbeit im Besonderen verbindet ist die Freude am prozessorientierten Vorgehen, das die Themen der TeilnehmerInnen und die Gruppenprozesse in unseren Seminaren in den Mittelpunkt stellt.

Uns war es von Anfang an ein Anliegen, einen Weg zur Zertifizierung zu fördern, der den Entwicklungsprozess in den Vordergrund stellt, den dieser Weg ermöglicht und den wir selbst als sehr große Bereicherung erlebt haben.

Wir haben uns deshalb im ersten Jahr unserer Assessortätigkeit viel Zeit genommen, um gemeinsam mit anderen TrainerInnen diesen Prozess genauer zu entwickeln und zu beschreiben (mehr Infos dazu: http://www.gewaltfrei-niederkaufungen.de/?trainerzertifizierung).
Wir sind begeistert von dem Konzept des Gruppenassessment und sind dabei, dieses Konzept noch weiter zu entwickeln, indem wir andere GFK-TrainerInnen, die z.T. MentorInnen für unsere KandidatInnen sind, noch stärker einbeziehen. Wir bieten zweimal im Jahr Mentoring- und Assessmenttage an, an denen wir die Gruppenassessments durchführen bzw. KandidatInnen die Möglichkeit haben, uns drei, andere KandidatInnen und den Ablauf eines Gruppenassessment zu erleben, und gleichzeitig auch Feedback und Anregungen für sich selbst zu bekommen.

In unserer Begleitung der KandidatInnen im Zertifizierungsprozess spielt das Mentoring durch andere GFK-Trainer oder durch eine von uns eine wichtige Rolle. Dazu arbeiten wir mit einigen anderen deutschsprachigen TrainerInnen zusammen. Dahinter steht unsere Vision eines reichen GFK-Trainernetzwerks. Außerdem ermutigen wir unsere KandidatInnen, sich mit anderen Menschen auf dem GFK-Weg zu Intervisionsgruppen zusammenzufinden, um eine bereichernde Lern-, Feedback- und Netzwerkkultur zu fördern.

Assessor Team:
Germany Southwest
Region:
Germany

 We have been working together since Winter 2009. We met during the Assessor’s Training in Stuttgart with Marshall in Summer 2008. There we developed, together with all participants, the first ideas about group assessments and mentoring as one effective strategy to support each other and to realize power with. We understand our work as our contribution to social change. We feel connected with the worldwide trainer group and enjoy working together in the Education Service Team.

All three of us are self-employed and have our own business. We have different fields we are working in beside our work as trainers in NVC: Rita is working in companies as a consultant, Doris is a counsellor and Edith is working as an undertaker.

We speak German and English. Candidates from other countries are heartily welcome. We will offer once a year a group assessment in German and English. For more information please contact one of us.

Assessor Team:
Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia
Region:
Australia
Spoken Languages

Cate Crombie is based in Brisbane, Australia and has more than 30 years experience in facilitating communication skills courses and workshops. To increase her knowledge of teaching, in 1998, Cate completed a bachelor’s degree in Adult and Vocational Education with a double major in Human Resource Training. During Gina’s NVC foundation training and mediation training in Australia in 2000, Cate was inspired to become an NVC trainer. Gina soon became her valued mentor and friend.

Assessor Team:
Canada: French-speaking
Region:
French-Speaking Canada
Spoken Languages

Robert Bouchard is Francophone and has always lived in Quebec (Canada). Lawyer, professional coach, mediator, trainer and adviser on team building and conflict resolution, he studied music, law, communication and management. He has worked as a mediator, trainer and consultant since 1977. For over twenty years, he has been interested in the development of consciousness in humans and maximizing the potential of individual and collective wisdom. He takes a great interest in communication within organizations, leadership as well as the impact of leaders. He is invited to speak in many public and private organizations. He is a trainer at Université Laval’s Continuing Education where his services are requested for sessions in Communication, Conflict Management and Business Administration. He is president and co-founder of Groupe Conscientia inc. He has been practicing NVC since 1999 and has been a certified trainer since 2004. He presents NVC not as a technique, an instrument or a tool, but rather as an approach to "sharpen" consciousness that precedes, accompanies and follows all communication. An approach that nurtures the ability to observe what happens inside of us, before, during and after the communication so that we can offer a caring presence to ourselves as well as to the other. Through NVC, he shares the importance of being rooted in the present to appreciate our life and discover, in ourselves and in the other, the vast reservoir of patience, kindness and intelligence that dwells within us. An experience that gives a taste of Oneness. Robert is a marathon runner.

Robert Bouchard est francophone et vit au Québec (Canada) depuis toujours. Avocat, coach professionnel, médiateur, formateur et intervenant en consolidation d’équipes et résolution de conflits, il a fait des études en musique, en droit, en communication et en management. Il œuvre à titre de médiateur, formateur et consultant depuis 1977. Depuis plus de vingt ans, il s'intéresse au développement de la conscience chez l’être humain et à l’optimisation du potentiel de sagesse individuel et collectif. Il a développé un intérêt tout particulier pour la communication dans les organisations, le leadership de même que l'impact des leaders. Il intervient dans de nombreuses organisations publiques et privées à titre de conférencier. Il est formateur au service de formation continue de l’Université Laval qui fait appel à lui pour des sessions en communication, en gestion de conflits et en management. Il est le président et cofondateur du Groupe Conscientia inc. Il pratique la CNV depuis 1999 et est formateur certifié depuis 2004. Il présente la CNV non pas comme une technique, un instrument ou un outil mais plutôt comme une approche pour « affûter » la conscience qui précède, accompagne et suit toute communication. Une approche qui nourrit la capacité d’observer ce qui se passe en nous avant, pendant et après la communication afin que nous puissions offrir une présence bienveillante tant à nous mêmes qu’à l’autre. À travers la CNV, il partage l’importance de s’enraciner dans le présent pour apprécier sa vie et découvrir en soi et chez l’autre l’immense réservoir de patience, de bonté et d’intelligence qui nous habite. Une expérience qui donne le goût de l’Unité. Robert est marathonien.

Assessor Team:
Canada: French-speaking
Region:
French-Speaking Canada

Marcelle Bélanger is Francophone and has always lived in Quebec (Canada). She is a trainer, mediator, facilitator and professional coach. Her life experience as a professional athlete (trapeze) and as a therapist, as a coach in accompanying personal growth taught her the utmost importance of presence and kindness in the action. She has developed a keen interest in the role of intention in the role of intention in the development of human consciousness. She has been practicing NVC since 2001 and has been a certified trainer since 2004. She shares the approach in various NVC full-time programs both in Quebec and Europe. She acts as a trainer and speaker in many public and private organizations. Holding a degree in Special Care Counseling, she is a mediator and trainer in conflict management and Nonviolent Communication for Groupe Conscientia inc. as well as at Université Laval’s Continuing Education where her services are requested for sessions in Conflict Management and Nonviolent Communication. She is co-founder of Groupe Conscientia inc. Marcelle is a marathon runner.

Marcelle Bélanger est francophone et vit au Québec (Canada) depuis toujours. Elle est formatrice, médiatrice, intervenante et coach professionnelle. L’expérience de vie de Marcelle Bélanger comme athlète professionnelle (trapèze) et accompagnatrice en développement de la personne lui a démontré toute l’importance de la présence et de la bienveillance dans l’action. Elle a développé un intérêt tout particulier pour la place de l’intention dans le développement de la conscience chez l’être humain. Elle pratique la CNV depuis 2001 et est formatrice certifiée depuis 2004. Elle partage l’approche à temps plein dans divers programmes de CNV tant au Québec qu’en Europe. Elle intervient dans de nombreuses organisations publiques et privées à titre de formatrice et de conférencière. Titulaire d’un diplôme d’études en techniques d’éducation spécialisée, elle est médiatrice et formatrice en gestion de conflits et en communication pour le Groupe Conscientia de même qu’au service de formation continue de l’Université Laval qui fait appel à ses services pour des sessions en gestion de conflits et en communication non violente. Elle est cofondatrice du Groupe Conscientia inc. Marcelle est marathonienne.

Assessor Team:
Europe: English-speaking
Region:
English-Speaking Europe
Spoken Languages

Thera Balvers is a certified trainer and assessor with CNVC. She is also member of the English speaking European Assessor Team (E-SEAT. Thera has her own practice and training organisation as a Psychotherapist, NVC trainer, Mediator, Coach, Hypnotherapist, Simontontherapist (cancer treatment) and Master in Flower Art. Thera has a lot of knowledge and experience in personal growth and development. She has more than 30 years of experience in giving trainings in various subjects and target groups (organizations, welfare sector, medical sector) Humour is important in her life and she likes to balance between depth and lightness in her work. The experiences and wisdom from the collegue assessors is a great source of inspiration and growth for her. In turn she loves to inspire and support people on their certification path towards sharing NVC in the world. The priority for Thera, in her role as an assessor, will be focused to support candidates from the Dutch speaking community. More information on www.therabalvers.nl

Thera Balvers is een gecertificeerde trainer en assessor bij CNVC. Zij is lid van het Engels sprekende Europese Assessor Team (E-SEAT). Thera heeft haar eigen praktijk en trainingsorganisatie als Psychotherapist, NVC Trainer, Mediator, Coach, Hypnotherapeut, Simonton therapeut (psycho-oncologische behandeling) en Meesterbinder. Thera heeft veel kennis en ervaring op het gebied van persoonlijke groei. Ook heeft zij meer dan 30 jaar ervaring op het gebied van trainingen met zeer gevarieerde onderwerpen en doelgroepen (organisaties, welzijnssector, medische sector). Humor is belangrijk in haar leven en ze houdt ervan te variëren tussen diepgang en lichtheid in haar werk. De ervaring en wijsheid van haar collega assessoren is een belangrijke bron van inspiratie en groei voor haar. Op haar beurt is Thera er dol op om mensen te inspireren en te begeleiden op hun pad naar certificering, dat leidt naar verdere verspreiding van NVC in de wereld. Meer informatie op www.therabalvers.nl

Assessor Team:
South Asia
Region:
Asia
Assessor Team:
Germany Northeast
Region:
Germany
Italian Speaking Europe
Spoken Languages

(english below the italian)

Sono stato un artigiano per tutta la vita e sono arrivato tardi alla CNV.  L'artigianato per me non era mai solo un lavoro, ma sempre molto di più. Sono sempre stato interessato a formare cose in contatto con altre persone. Mi piaceva portare le mie qualità e le mie competenze (anche i miei strumenti!) in un processo, che come processo era importante quanto il suo risultato, e che alla fine forse per questo motivo ha portato esattamente ai risultati che tutti noi desideravamo.

Oggi trovo piacere a pensare di essere ancora un artigiano: Artigiano della connessione. Artigiano della pace. CNV è la mia competenza e il mio strumento. La mano che lo guida è l'amore. E ho il desiderio di dare all'amore un buon strumento, uno strumento che possa fare il suo lavoro, perché funziona meravigliosamente per la connessione e la pace ed è ben mantenuto.

Quindi, oltre alla mediazione, trasmettere CNV è la mia passione. Nelle mie mediazioni contribuisco direttamente alla connessione tra le persone; nei miei seminari e come assessor affilo e coltivo lo strumento insieme ai partecipanti e ai candidati alla certificazione e metto in pratica l'abilità e la prontezza della mano che lo guida.

 

 

I was a craftsman all my life and found my way to NVC late. The craft was always not only a job, but at the same time much more. I was always interested in forming things in contact with other people. It was a pleasure for me to bring my qualities and competences (also my tools!) into a process, which as a process was basically just as important as its result, and which in the end perhaps because of this led to exactly the result we all wished for.

Today find pleasure in thinking that I am still a craftsman: Connection craftsman. Peace craftsman. NVC is my competence and my tool. The hand that guides it is love. And I strive to give love a good tool, one that can do its job, because it works wonderfully for connection and peace and is well maintained.

Therefore, besides mediation, passing on NVC is my passion. In my mediations I contribute directly to the connection between people; in my seminars and as an assessor I sharpen and cultivate the tool together with the participants and the certification candidates and practice the skill and readiness of the hand that guides it.

Ich war mein Leben lang Handwerker und habe erst spät zur GFK gefunden. Wobei das Handwerk immer nicht nur ein Job, sondern gleichzeitig viel mehr war. Es ging mir immer darum, im Kontakt mit anderen Menschen Dinge zu formen. Es bereitete mir Freude, meine Qualitäten und Kompetenzen (auch meine Werkzeuge!) in einen Prozess einzubringen, der als Prozess im Grunde ebenso wichtig war, wie sein Ergebnis, und der am Ende vielleicht deswegen zu genau dem Resultat führte, was wir uns alle gewünscht hatten.

Heute gefällt es mir zu denken, dass ich im Grunde immer noch Handwerker bin: Verbindungshandwerker. Friedenshandwerker. GFK ist meine Kompetenz und mein Werkzeug. Die Hand, die es führt, ist Liebe. Und ich bin bestrebt, der Liebe ein gutes Werkzeug an die Hand zu geben, eins, was seinen Zweck erledigen kann, weil es  für Verbindung und Frieden wunderbar funktioniert und gut gewartet ist.

Deshalb ist neben der Mediation das Weitergeben von GFK meine Leidenschaft. In meinen Mediationen trage ich direkt zur Verbindung zwischen Menschen bei; in meinen Seminaren und meiner Assessorentätigkeit schärfe und pflege ich gemeinsam mit den TeilnehmerInnen und den ZertifizierungskandidatInnen das Werkzeug und übe die Fertigkeit und Bereitschaft der Hand, die es führt.

Assessor Team:
Europe: English-speaking
Region:
Austria and Germany
English-Speaking Europe

Deborah is delighted to join the English-speaking European team since May 2014 after being a year and half in the team as Assessor in training. She really enjoys working in the team as she is experiencing partnership relationship and at the same time has respect for the "elders" who have been in this role for many years.  She has chosen this way of contributing to  NVC consciousness/integrity after being a certified trainer for 10 years. She is based in Vienna so has a focus on supporting eastern European candidates. She co-founded a network in Austria"Gewaltfreie Kommunikation Austria" in 2003 where now over a hundred members get to have the opportunity of learning, growing and contributing to the NVC consciousness.  Deborah has worked over the years internationally and locally with a variety of NVC trainers and has enjoyed working side by side with others.  She brings in her lightness, humour and joy to others and has a big heart for others to evolve as individuals to bring their gifts to the world.  When she is not in her role as assessor she is right now training/coaching in the business and social environment and passionately offers NVC and Clowning playshops. She enjoys also coaching individuals and couples. She is very grateful to the NVC community of trainers who have supported her in her own personal development. Especially Marshall who invited her to assist at an IIT in 2006.Gina Lawrie and Bridget Belgraves, Klaus Kärstadt, Robert Gonzales, Isolde Teschner and mentor Towe Widstrand. Deborah speaks both English and German (with an Austrian accent)She has been in two teams exploring Sociocracy and Restorative Circles over the last 7 years in the Austrian NVC network.

She is not taking on new candidates as of 2019

Assessor Team:
Europe: English-speaking
Region:
English-Speaking Europe

Towe Widstrand lives in Sweden and has more than 25 years experience of sharing NVC in various settings, both public groups and in organizations. Towe has also been a board member for CNVC for several years and has served as a trainer assisting Marshall Rosenberg in many IITs. Towe has offered courses in more than 20 countries over the years.

She has served as an assessor since the process was established and has done many assessments in various places. Now Towe is serving as assessor in The English Speaking European Assessor Team- ESEAT. We work to build community at out final assessment events and we use our website to share how we do this www.nvcassessment.eu.

This assessor team consists of Towe Widstrand, Gina Lawrie, Deborah Bellamy, Shona Cameron, Thera Balvers and Dionne Verbeet (Assessor in Training)

 

Assessor Team:
Germany Southwest
Region:
Germany

We have been working together since Winter 2009. We met during the Assessor’s Training in Stuttgart with Marshall in Summer 2008. There we developed, together with all participants, the first ideas about group assessments and mentoring as one effective strategy to support each other and to realize power with. We understand our work as our contribution to social change. We feel connected with the worldwide trainer group and are a part of the Education Service Team.

More information about me you can find here: www.giraffenpost.de/en/about-me

More information about our assessor team: www.gfk-trainer-werden.de/assessorinnen-teams/team-sud-west