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Beginner Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  Read time: 2 - 3 minutes
You can use this exercise for NVC workshops or trainings to provide participants with a glimpse of the impact of their responses on others, and to learn a new way of communicating. Print it off on standard paper or postcard stock, then cut across the…
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Beginner Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  Read time: 3 - 5 minutes
This two page learning tool contains lists of needs, feelings, faux feelings, and feelings that might be mixed with thoughts...
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Beginner Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  Read time: 5 - 7 minutes
This is 2 pages. The first page summarizes each of the four steps of the NVC model and the second page describes the ways in which our language alienates us from ourselves and each other.
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Beginner Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  Read time: 1 - 3 minutes
Here's a list of 13 reminders to help you prepare for a challenging dialogue...
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Beginner Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  Read time: 1 - 3 minutes
These guiding questions will help you review your motives and approach before engaging in especially important conversations. Carry it with you, share it with the other person if possible, and make a decision to stay on track instead of getting pulled into old speaking and…
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All Skill Levels  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  00:28 hours:minutes
This self-assessment Matrix is a concrete step toward naming and clarifying many skills that you may find valuable in your life. We suggest you periodically assess your skills to track your progress.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  N/A
The following list of words are used to express a combination of emotional states and physical sensations. This list is neither exhaustive nor definitive. It is meant as a starting place to help you develop your emotional vocabulary and further support your communication with others.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  N/A
In a Nonviolent Communication model, we believe that everything someone does or says is an attempt to meet a need. That means that all actions or words are in service to a deep internal need. The following list of needs is neither exhaustive nor definitive.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  N/A
There are four components to the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) model, as developed by Marshall Rosenberg, PhD, as shown below. The 4-Part Nonviolent Communication Process can guide you to express how you are, or they can be used to empathically receive how another is.
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