Dan Lonigro

Dan Lonigro has been a CPI Global Professional Instructor since 2000. He facilitates both public and on-site Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training programs in human service environments, including corrections, security, law enforcement, education, health, and mental health. Dan has also delivered CPI’s Prepare Training® program to employees in a variety of business settings.

Posts by Dan Lonigro

Pain tries to tell us things. Here's why we need to listen. Read more »
He'd been living with his son's family for years. He sat, ate, and stared out the window in isolation. But his grandchildren's games brought a new outlook. Read more »
Sticking your finger in a coworker’s food and asking if it’s good is not only rude, it actually works. I won’t have to buy lunch all week! Read more »
When you choose to serve others, that desire to help fellow human beings makes you a very special person. This is a message of gratitude for all you do. Read more »
I can still communicate.I can't talk the way I used to, but I can still communicate. Be patient as I try. This will help me feel connected. Read more »
Ever wondered how to handle conflicts with your boss while keeping your relationship—and your job—intact? Read more »
Dan Lonigro's got tips for making your trip to the 2015 CPI Instructors' Conference safe and fun. Read more »
By Dan Lonigro | Posted on 10.29.2014 | with 1 comments
My job is based on public speaking, and some key strategies help me keep the stress at bay. Read more »
Learn how to teach more productive ways of behaving and communicating, and you hold the power to manage and even prevent bullying. Read more »
Communicating after a disagreement or crisis is an opportunity and can be relationship defining. Here are some pros and cons of speaking after a crisis. Read more »
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