Unlock your or your team’s potential with Medusa’s personalized empowerment communication workshops
Empowered Communication is having the tools and skills to use a range of communication practices–from assertive to empathetic to active listening–and the self-awareness to know when to use them. It is learning about ourselves, our needs, triggers and our emotional experience, so that we may communicate effectively across all contexts. It is about prioritizing our own needs while remaining sensitive and empathetic to the needs of others, and having tools to manage conflict when our needs are out of alignment with the people we care about.
In-person or Online
One or Multiple Days
Led in English or Spanish
In an empowered communication workshop, we discuss the what, why, and how of being an empowered communicator. Completing a workshop with us you will improve your communication skills, increase your confidence, have better relationships, and numerous personal and professional benefits.
Contact us today to transform your communication skills.
FORMER WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS
“Amy’s Empowered Communication workshop encourages participants to look internally, at themselves, as well as externally, at positive psychology and research, to strengthen their self-awareness. Beyond the exercises themselves, Amy creates a classroom environment where participants feel confident and curious. After seeing this workshop run multiple times, I truly believe participants walk out with a better understanding of their place in the world.“
“Amy’s culturally sensitive approach and her human intelligence in her way of teaching makes everyone feel comfortable, heard, and seen. The tools I’ve learned from her through the workshop and through her way of communicating has made me become a better communicator towards others, but also a better communicator towards myself.“
“I love how Amy framed her workshop on Empowered Communication as an invitation to practice skills that the world so desperately needs – boundary-setting, active listening, and an expanded emotional vocabulary. For some students in the room who have been scarred by academic contexts where their “no” has not been received, Amy grounded us in the possibility that we could listen to her while drawing and that participation was an invitation and a choice rather than something forced. This framing allowed students to feel welcomed into the workshop setting and enabled deep reflection on what to do when our needs are out of alignment. We came away reflecting on why we (especially women) apologize for our “no’s” and have more tools now to ask “do you want advice, or do you want me to simply listen?” Thank you, Amy for this time of listening and sharing that students continue to talk about many days later!”