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What are people saying about Joe’s Work:
“Joe brings enthusiasm to the often puzzling subtleties of conversation and excels in illumination of non-judgemental, calming responses to aggressive, contentious attacks. He has a deep commitment to conflict resolution. I regret that I have not been able to attend more of his excellent programs.”
OwnerJay Bright Architect
“I have been a colleague of Joe’s in the mediation community of New England, as well as a participant in his trainings. He is a talented, knowledgeable and passionate trainer who is able to connect with his clients and their own experiences, making his message relevant to a a diverse audience. He is also a skilled mediator. Highly recommended!”
“Joe did a wonderful job explaining each section and giving us examples that we could relate to. I enjoyed how he went around the room and asked for our examples and scenarios. A lot of engaging with the audience. Very Good!
Yenesis ManlandaCT Mental Health Center
“Presenter was engaging, informative, content useful and helpful in mental health setting”
Dan Motta, Rehab Therapist 2CT Mental Health Center
“Joe is obviously passionate about the subject matter. A dynamic and engaging speaker”
Jennifer MastrianoCT Mental Health Center
“Sammuel “Joe” Brummer is a most excellent choice for anyone who has need for the skills of a professional mediator. He is equally talented and effective as a leader for workshops on compassionate or non-violent communication. I have completed several different workshops with Joe, in recent years. The sessons were life changing. Joe’s presence – as facilitator, guide and teacher – was key to the success of the programs. Having experienced the power of his work, I was most pleased to offer Joe Brummer an hororarium several times, so that he could share his experiences and transmit techniques to students in ethics classes at the University of New Haven. The student response was uniform: Joe’s presentation was excellent. I recommend Joe Brummer in the highest terms as mediator, facilitator and teacher. It is our good fortune to have his services available in New Haven and Connecticut.”
David BrubakerPhilosophy, art criticism, painting
“Joe came to White River Junction to share NVC with my community. I found Joe’s training to be clear, concise and informative. I liked his use of multi media, connection with the attendees. I especially valued his personal sharing. I would like to have him back to my community.”
Pan VeraIT Coordinator for CNVC
“Joe conducts workshops on non-violent communication. He is an excellent trainer – knows his subject matter in-depth, has great communication skills, connects well with his audience, and is committed and passionate about the values inherent in non-violent communication.”
Christine UnsonAssociate Professor at Southern Connecticut State University
“Enjoyable, valuable topics, & materials – Excellent workshop, will recommend to leadership to continue this training”
Yvonne PallottoCT Mental Health Center
“I’ve known Joe in a number of professional contexts over the years, and what stands out to me about him is his uniquely passionate, unwavering dedication to the undertaking of helping people work through conflict. This is a calling, as much as a vocation for Joe. His intelligence, flexibility, positive attitude, and years of experience as a mediator, trainer and peacemaker, make him very easy to recommend.”
“I attended a workshop that Joe offered. I was impressed by Joe’s skillful facilitation and his successful inclusion of all participants. He ran a well-organized, effective program; when my schedule allows it I will happily attend another program that Joe offers.”
Therese RossIndependent Consultant at Conversations That Count
“Joe is the best mediator and trainer I have ever worked with. He is fearless in his commitment to non-violence and at the same time very down to earth. He expresses compassion in a way that brings out the compassion of those around him.”
Shannon DriscollAttorney & Mediator
“The material is applicable in life and just works to make ourselves and our ‘school space’ a better place.”
Kristen Penta, Faculty MemberBrennan Rogers School of Communication and Media
“This workshop is by far one of the most important I have ever attended. This should be mandatory for anyone going into mental health”
Jonathan ArochsCT Mental Health Center
“Thank you so much for sharing your stories and for helping us to share ours”
Marianne Waseem, RNCT Mental Health Center
“Joe’s intensive coordination of the NAFCM Board of Directors’ recent strategic planning process was a testament to his thoughtful, practical mastery of many aspects of organizational leadership and visioning. Additionally, his oversight and complete overhaul of NAFCM’s annual executive evaluation process transformed a route, relatively insightless activity into a collaborative, deeply reflective, and motivating endeavor. Joe’s prowess at organizational governance have been a huge asset in both personalizing and strengthening NAFCM’s reputation throughout the field.”
Justin R. CorbettAdvancing Dispute Resolution
“Everything I learned I can use as a teacher and in my own life, ‘its just a better way to live'”
Jeffrey Summers, Faculty MemberBrennan Rogers School of Communication and Media
“The entire workshop was impressive and very useful. A wealth of information. I left feeling empowered by the new knowledge you have given me”
Irene A. Parkola, RNCT Mental Health Center
“Joe is an excellent trainer. He empowers participants with new skills relating to nonviolent communication and mediation. His presentations are engaging. He brings in material from a wide variety of sources.”
Imre bertySenior Engineer at Leidos Engineering LLC
“Joe came into our school and literally changed the way I view relationships and making connections.”
Kate Melillo, Faculty MemberKatherine Brennan School of Communication and Media
“Working with Joe and learning NVC was a major highlight of my journey with Charter Oak Cultural Center. Not only did his training sessions help me gain an understanding and awareness of my own needs and feelings in my personal life, but also how to help facilitate a healthier environment for the children at Charter Oak and the other places where I may teach. The Youth Arts staff at Charter Oak is at a peak because of the NVC Workshops. I look forward to crossing paths with Joe again and highly recommend him for mediations, staff NVC training or any other services he offers”
“I recently completed a 40-hour mediation training course with Joe. He is an excellent teacher. His teaching style centers on an effective combination of lecturing, conversation with and inquiries of his students, various literature, and media presentations. Joe clearly demonstrates not only a knowledge of Nonviolent Communication but also, and importantly, an extensive lived and practiced life of Nonviolent Communication. While Joe teaches about deep listening, you can witness his own proficiency as he intently focuses on each students concerns and questions. I found Joe’s course not simply informative and useful, I found it inspiring. I am confident that anyone choosing to spend time with Joe, will find themselves at a new level of understanding, of themselves and others.”
Clara BowronNew London, CT
“I believe this was the BEST professional development I ever attended + I am able to apply it to my life outside my school community as well.
Janita Frost, Faculty atBrennan Rogers School of Communication and Media
“I think this NVC method is extremely relevant for our school, students, and community.”
Ben Brown, Faculty atBrennan Rogers School of Communication and Media
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