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Facilitating Connection

Audio •  59 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
59 minutes

Expressing ourselves honestly is sometimes scary because we can't predict where the conversation will go after we've made ourselves vulnerable. This recording will demonstrate how the power of our honesty is enhanced by ending on a clear and present request.


Foundational NVC Skills: Requests

Audio •  1 hour, 25 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 25 minutes

Marshall Rosenberg suggests that there are two requests that are the most transformative to relationships, (1) What’s alive in both of us? and (2) What would make life more wonderful for both of us?  This telecourse recording offers an easy-to-digest overview of how carefully crafted requests inspire joyful relationships.


Workplace Series: When Purpose Trumps Connection

Audio •  6 minutes • 
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
6 minutes

In most business environments, purpose holds a higher priority than connection. Listen to Miki discuss the strategy of using minimum connection to remain true to the purpose at hand, and how the purpose of empathy may differ in the workplace.


Creating the Life You Want With Powerful Requests (5 Session Course)

Audio •  5 hours, 11 minutes • 
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
5 hours, 11 minutes

In this telecourse recording, expert trainer Miki Kashtan will help you uncover what prevents you from making requests for everything you want without fear. The class includes daily practices for requests skill building.


Crafting Connection Requests

Practice Exercise •  2 - 3 minutes • 
Intermediate Skill Level
Practice Exercise
2 - 3 minutes

Try this four step exercise for making connection requests to support understanding, and to learn what effect your words had on the listener. In this exercise you'll choose a situation where you have clarity about what outcome will really work for you (your solution request), but where you imagine your desired outcome may not work for the other person, and/or are not sure there is sufficient connection for mutual trust.


How To Create Supportive Conditions For Sharing Vulnerably

Practice Exercise •  5 - 7 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Practice Exercise
5 - 7 minutes

Sharing more vulnerably provides opportunities for fulfilling connection. As social beings we rely on feedback to see our effect on others. We can get that feedback through body language, facial cues and words. To expand your capacity to share more vulnerably you can create supportive conditions and timing. You can ask for feedback by making in-the-moment requests of others and yourself before and after you share.


Connection, Connection, Connection

Trainer Tip •  2 - 3 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
2 - 3 minutes

Trainer tip: Do you get into “right fights”? You know you’re in one when you’re arguing with somebody in order to be right or because you want to win. What needs do I hope to meet from winning or being right? Notice if you enter into a right fight today and shift your focus to your needs and connecting with the other person's needs.


Tips for the Road Series: Tip 6. Ask to Understand

Trainer Tip •  1 - 2 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes

Who does not want to be understood? In Tip #6, Eric shows you how to deepen connection and trust by checking your understanding with the person you are conversing with.


Tips for the Road Series: Tip 2. Cultivate Connection before Asking for Action

Trainer Tip •  1 - 2 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes

Learn when to use the two types of requests in the practice of Nonviolent Communication: Action Requests and Connection Requests. Both are important when working through conflict or difficult situations and for building connection.


Clarifying Our Requests to Meet Our Needs

Trainer Tip •  1 - 2 minutes • 
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes

Trainer Tip: Clarifying our requests can make the difference between frustration and satisfaction, Mary shows you how.


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