OCL Colorado - Take a Class

Take a Class

What if you could improve every single one of your relationships—personal or professional—by discovering more about yourself and how you interact with others? Through this deeply personal exploration of how you listen, relate, discern and communicate, you’ll:

  • Explore how the Communication Cycle forms the foundation of all of your interpersonal communication;
  • Improve your ability to attentively listen and see how it can be the most important thing a person can do for another;
  • Appreciate the impact your non-verbal behavior has on your verbal communication;
  • Develop a more effective way to have difficult conversations;
  • Feel empowered to strengthen and facilitate healing in broken relationships;
  • See and celebrate the good in others; see and celebrate the good in yourself.

This is no ordinary training! After three days of powerful classroom instruction, experiential activity, and group discussion, you’ll be equipped with the tools to have deeper, more meaningful relationships and inspired by the course’s ability to bring about a more compassionate world.

Every member of our second-grade team has been trained and its part of our daily meetings and on our agendas. We’re all aware of kind of the different behavioral tendencies that we bring to that team and that’s been really powerful for us.  For me personally, it’s helped me to be a better listener with students, parents, at parent-teacher conferences, and with our staff.

Becky Oliver, Teacher/Colorado Chapter (Aspen) Alumnus

Lots of courses have components of communication in them, but this is three days of intense practice and practical use of communication.  So it really goes along with our components of taking care of our clients who we are learning to listen to better, and engage them more so that they feel they are a partner in their health care as opposed to a component of their health care…

Jolene Singers, Health Clinic Leader/Colorado Chapter (Aspen) Alumnus
In the end we were able to come to the middle and work out a positive solution to a potentially volatile situation… Without OCL training, my reaction probably would have come off as inflammatory or disrespectful.  I was able to control my responses and listen to the sheriff and his message, and I feel my life and neighborhood is a little bit better for it. , Colorado Chapter (Aspen) Alumnus

If you’re looking for a way to improve an organization or your personal lives, I’d suggest you take this course and if it works for you as well as it has for the City of Aspen, implement it into your organization.

Steve Barwick, Aspen City Manager/Colorado Chapter (Aspen) Alumnus

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When answering the questions below, please give thoughtful consideration to your responses and provide us more than a simple one sentence reply. We choose our roster carefully as each class is limited to 18 participants. Class is offered to our participants free-of-charge, however we do incur a significant cost to share this experience with our participants. Therefore, spots are first offered to candidates who have a strong desire to incorporate new skills into their life and your answers to the questions below are considered accordingly.

By submitting your application for consideration, you understand the time commitment required and agree to attend this class in its entirety.

This training is held over the course of three days. Class begins at 8:00am and ends by 5:00pm each day. Please note: Details can vary by location, official beginning and ending times (and all other pertinent information) will be communicated to you when you have been confirmed into a session and receive your Welcome e-mail.

We teach in a stair step manner and it is vital that you are present for all the modules to receive the full experience. Attendance at ALL sessions is mandatory for participation. As word spreads about the life changing results of this incredible training, our classes are filling up quickly and we are accumulating long wait lists for each session. We appreciate your understanding of the seriousness of the commitment you are making and ask that if you are unable to commit to the entire session, that you do not apply.

 
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