Paulina Orbitowska-Fernandez

Paulina Orbitowska-Fernandez – certified trainer of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and eduScrum, coach, academic teacher in Intercultural Communication.
The first time when I heard the words of Marshall Rosenberg „Connect before correct” I imagined how would the world look like if we could remember them more often. What I do in my professional and private life is rooted in that dream.
I am CNVC Certified Trainer supporting families, schools, business and organizations, through workshops, lectures or individually. The way we communicate has an impact on our personal and professional relations. I support people in leveraging the quality of them so that they can enjoy more honesty and empathy in their lives. I also facilitate systemic transformation through Nonviolent Communication, neurobiology, and 3d-mapping inspired by and following the teachings of Sarah Peyton.
I have finished postgraduate studies in Leadership in Education, Nonviolent Communication according to Marshall Rosenberg and Train the Trainer of Nonviolent Communication studies, at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland. I have also finished Business and Life Coaching at the School of Empathic Trainers in Warsaw. I am a mother of a teenage boy who is my source of love and wisdom.

Workshop—4 steps to empathic communication in your team

Are you wondering what is the secret of creating good connection with other people?
Do you want to know how to talk to them so that they understand what you mean and do not get offended or angry?
Maybe you want support and understanding, but you do not know how to ask for it and you usually suppress your emotions till the moment of explosion “for no reason”?

Imagine how it would be if you could easily get along with people in your surroundings, experiencing authenticity, empathy and acceptance…

During this workshop I would like to share with you some tips that can help you take care of the quality of the relationships you are longing for. I will present you the concept of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and offer you simple tools that you can use in your everyday life.

Knowing up-to-date approaches and tools strengthening communication skills can help a lot and make your life easier and more rewarding. Caring about the way we communicate matters at homes, companies, organizations and intercultural environment.

That is why I’m offering a lecture inspired by the teachings of Marshall Rosenberg, author of the Nonviolent Communication (NVC). Nonviolent Communication is used at homes and workplaces more and more and helps people to understand why, despite good intentions, communication is challenging for us and what can we do to improve mutual understanding.

Nonviolent Communication is an approach that puts empathy and contact into the centre of communication and conflict resolution, showing that there are feelings and needs behind everything that people say or do. It underlines that a small change in the words we use can support working environment and build atmosphere of trust and cooperation.