In this Episode Dolphin talks with friend and Compassionate Communication Facilitator and Community Builder Warren Hooley. They discuss their experiences facilitating workshops around communication and where people tend to struggle with staying clear and compassionate especially in the midst conflict and emotional iterations.
Why do we struggle with the relationships that matter most and what will it take for us to transform how we connect and interact in today's world.
If you want to have a better grasp of the nuances and dynamics of human communication and want to bring some of these powerful principles into your life, this is the show for you.
Facilitator, community-builder, Indigenous leader, personal development speaker and creative Hip Hop artist, Warren Hooley is a 33-year old man from the Syilx (Okanagan) Territory in Penticton, British Columbia. Having mixed roots of Okanagan, Irish and Ukrainian and growing up in both western and indigenous worlds, Warren brings experience from both sides of his lineage to his work as a facilitator. For the past 9 years, Warren has passionately chosen a career of facilitating groups and delivering workshops on the topics of Facilitation, Indigenous Allyship and Compassionate Communication. Today, living in Vancouver BC, Warren is passionate about creating a world where everyone can thrive and succeed to their own definition. “My work is focused on teaching the tangible skills for healthy, happy and sustainable relationships. I am committed to helping create environments where these skills and awareness can be developed”.
For more on Warren and his work find him on Social media @Warren Hooley
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