EXERCISES & WORKSHEETS Introductory Packet A basic handout packet that I use in many of my workshops that covers the basics of Nonviolent Communication. How and Why to Recap An overview and a step-by-step guide to recapping. The 4-Part NVC Process A practice in EXPRESSING with authenticity and RECEIVING with empathy. Feelings and Needs – … Continue reading Learning Resources
RESEARCH Report: Collaborative Communication in Organizations The following research was conducted jointly by Merck, Inc. and the Center for Collaborative Communication under the direction of Dian Killian, Ph.D., CCC’s former Executive Director. In this two-part study, significant results were found as a result of workplace communication training, including greater efficiency, effectiveness, motivation, and teamwork. ARTICLES … Continue reading Resources
While petitioning in New York City to protect the critically endangered vaquita porpoise, I encountered many responses from people (ranging from very positive to very negative) and worked on my own reactions to remain out of judgment.
How would your life be different if you treated yourself with the love, care, and kindness you always longed for? And how would you treat others, and show up differently in the world, with this kind of love in your life? Register here. Learn how to use the practical tools of Nonviolent Communication to help … Continue reading (Kripalu) Radical Self-Love: Heal Your Inner Critic [April 17-19, 2020]
A series of video meetings in several languages for people to come together in the space of community to grieve, in the spirit of love and gratitude for the gifts we have received from this ailing planet.
Reference for participants of the Fall 2019 live online course, “Four Steps to Effective Feedback”
Lately, I have been fascinated with what I like to call the “positivity” of NVC. The more I think about this aspect, the more I see it as core to what I consider NVC’s “magic.” This “positivity” is what makes NVC powerful and transformative.
Professional training for
therapists, social workers, and healthcare providers to help them facilitate transformative change in their patients and clients.
A 6-week online video course about a super-practical way to demystify empathy guessing by making use of the root meaning of words.
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