Siri Bergan on Acem’s Training in Interpersonal Communication 😛 TAGEND
“It was both exceedingly asking and very rewarding. The platform was extremely intensive, and I exerted the opportunity to interact extensively with other participants. The radical conferences facilitated me to see both myself and another in a new position. As I listened to their narrations, I discovered many parallels in my own life.”
Siri Bergan, a public procurement officer in the Norwegian Tax Administration, is an indication of her suffer of Acem’s Training in Interpersonal Communication for the first time.
“I came to the course in order to get a better understanding of myself and the road others accompany me. The clearly defined and direct feedback from the others actually gave me a wake-up call. The radical dynamic was extremely important. All the workshop participants evidenced their predisposition toward each other.”
This helped Siri see and verbalize many of her repetition structures, both in group situations and in one-on-one relations. She even began to look into the formative knowledge that underlie some of the important selections in her life–both what she has chosen to do and what she has tended to avoid doing.
Genuine and generous
“It’s ever easy to blame others when something goes wrong. Looking at my own contribution to the situation has helped me take a larger share of responsibility for my own life.”
Now she would like to bring this increased self-understanding with her back home, to family and working friends, and to her workplace.
“I think the course has helped me become more genuine and magnanimous both toward myself and others.”
“I am here”
At the course, Siri often chose to express herself rather than withdraw to an observer’s stance.
“I learned that it’s important to state clearly:’ I am here.’”
During the week, she learned that the following of others is even more important to her than their respect–to be accepted and feel relished for what she is.
“This compiles it a little easier to become reconciled with my own fortitudes and weaknesses.”
Language editor: Ann Kunish
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