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Transform your ability to deeply listen
We human beings long to feel heard and known. One of the most important things we receive from coaches, counselors, clergy, and good friends is the gift of someone who will actually listen to us.
Deepening your practice of listening will empower your leadership, but not only only that—it’s good medicine for all your relationships. Not feeling heard is one of the most common sources of tension in love partnerships, and deep listening can help you feel more connected to your colleagues, friends, and family.
This practice of deep listening will help you:
The Deep Listening Daily Practice Practice is a 30-day, self-guided training program developed by Rockwood co-founder Robert Gass, specifically designed to help you enhance your listening skills and habits to improve the quality of all your relationships. Each day, you’ll receive an email with new tools, insights, and skills for deep listening designed to help integrate these practices into your daily life.
This program includes:
Daily Email Practices
A 50-Minute Webinar With
Darlene Nipper & Robert Gass
Darlene Nipper is Rockwood’s CEO. With over 25 years of leadership and advocacy experience, Darlene joined Rockwood in 2012 as a member of the training team. She previously served as deputy executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force, executive director of the BET Foundation, chief operating officer at NAMI and founder of its Multicultural and International Policy Center, and director of LGBT affairs in the Executive Office of the Mayor of D.C. Darlene, a native Washingtonian, is also an ordained interfaith minister, practices mindfulness meditation, deep presence, and living joy.
Robert Gass, EdD
Robert was the creator of the original Rockwood methodology and curriculum and trained the early cohorts of Rockwood trainers. For over 40 years, he has coached, trained, and facilitated leaders, organizations, and networks working for justice, sustainability, and human dignity. His work is a weaving of his lifetime of experience and learning in social change, humanistic psychology, organizational transformation, movement building, and meditation/spirituality.
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