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jane-resilience-mattersResilience Matters’ Principal Consultant, Jane Kilthei,
is an experienced facilitator and coach with an extensive background in communication, health care, the environment and community development and diplomas in Counseling and Group Facilitation from the Haven Institute and in Midwifery from the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences. She takes a relational, collaborative, values-based approach to working with individuals, couples, communities, non-profit groups and businesses to build resilience and capacity, improve communications, untangle conflicts, and take things to the next level in getting where you want to go. Whether you’re looking for individual coaching  to navigate a transition in your life or help in moving forward on a complex community collaboration, Jane has the experience and skills to support you. She brings an open heart and a strong desire to make the world a more connected, compassionate, equitable and sustainable place to all her work. Jane and her Resilience Matters team, with their diverse backgrounds, talents and areas of expertise, are committed to supporting individuals, groups and community organizations build resilience in the Cowichan region and beyond.  Resilience Matters provides one-on-one coaching, group facilitation and consulting. We can also assemble a team that is a match for the work you or your organization or group needs to get done.

 

Dynamic Dialogue: communicating & connecting when it really matters

By on December 6, 2018

Feb 2019In our lives today — at home, at work, in our communities and the world — the need for dialogue is both important and urgent. The health and well-being of all of us depends on it.

Dialogue brings us together in relationship, allowing us to reach new understanding and find a new place from which to think and act together — even when we have fundamentally different points of view.

If you are getting stuck communicating, this is the program for you!

Are you willing to learn something new?
Is your communication having a very different impact than the one you intended?
How do you feel when you imagine you are heading into a conflict?
Do you have a relationship that matters to you where you are completely missing each other?
Are there times when you hesitate to speak, or act? Is your inner dialogue stopping you?
Are you looking for more closeness and meaningful connection in your life?
Learn to get clear on your intentions, listen more fully, show up, and go deeper in communicating about what really matters to you. Get coaching in navigating difficult conversations and conflict. We’ll support you to explore your assumptions, look at the impact of your communication and make new choices.

This program delves deeply into The Haven’s Communication Model…and beyond.

We believe when people are willing to engage fully and communicate self-responsibly, lives are transformed.

Join me, Cathy McNally and Jennifer Hilton this February 7 – 10th. https://haven.ca/program/session/dynamic-dialogue-feb-7-feb-10-2019

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Renew, Re-engage & Reconnect to Life – A Transformative Process for Difficult Times

By on January 21, 2018

A “Work that Reconnects” Retreat – Feb 10th -11th, 2018 at Providence Farm Weekend Workshop/Retreat Feb 10-11th, 9–5pm, Providence Farm (on the traditional and unceded territory of the Quw’utsun People), St. Ann’s Building Have the past year (or years) left