Post by URBAN FARMING on May 4, 2014 8:03:02 GMT -6
"Now is your chance to move from practicing NVC (Non Violent Communication) at an individual level to applying your skills in a way that will have a solid impact on social change through a sustainable presence of NVC within businesses. Find out how it is not only possible – but how using NVC can be done with confidence and with the support of your organization’s leaders."
"Being able to create a collaborative work environment, get teams motivated and contribute your ideas in meetings all sounds like a great idea. But, how do you really do it?
Sometimes it is not that easy when you're on a deadline, or there are tensions in the office.
Maybe you have some great ideas about how NVC can improve communication in your office, but you have no idea how to start.
That is why we are sending you these quick tips from our(NVC) trainers about the specific tools including the right words you can use to start creating more empathy and understanding at work."
"Quick Tips to Help You Right Now:"
"Practice Invisible NVC"
"Francois Beausoleil calls it Invisible NVC. That means saying things like, what's at stake for you in this decision, rather than asking someone how they feel or what they need. Listen to his clip to hear more examples of how you can naturalize NVC language so it will work for you at work:"
Francois Beausoleil: nvctraining.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=708
ALSO: "Hear How to Connect with Your Employees so They Can Receive Feedback
Listen in as Miki Kashtan coaches a supervisor on what she can do to establish a connection with her employee. She will walk you through how to set up a productive conversation where both of you can get your needs met while solving the problem that exists with the quality of the work."
VERY GOOD INFORMATION HERE:
"What others do may be a stimulus of our feelings, but not the cause."
— Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life
All quotes above are from the NVC Academy web site and email notices. For more information on Marshall Rosenberg's NVC Academy, please visit: nvctraining.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=19&Itemid=224