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Basic Pitfalls of Using NVC

Article  • 5 -8 minutes • 06/14/2012
Beginner Skill Level
Article
5 -8 minutes

Miki explains the distinction between the language and the underlying consciousness of NVC, and the pitfalls of failing to do so.


The Power of Silent Empathy

Article  • 1 page • Circa 2007
Beginner Skill Level
Article
1 page

When Rita first learned about silent empathy she didn't know how soon she'd try it out. She was visiting her daughter and making comments about her life, analyzing her behavior, giving her unsolicited view on everything.


NVC at Work: Transforming Organizations with Nonviolent Communication (6 Session Course)

Audio  • 6 - 8 hours • 09/14/2016
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
6 - 8 hours

Listen and learn how to:

  • Talk about NVC in a way that has meaning and relevance for companies and organizations, showing a clear ROI (return on investment).
  • Draw on different applications of NVC for the workplace: addressing change in management, management issues / styles, morale / teamwork, employee retention, etc.
  • Create a value-based training proposal (with different service and product options) based on the needs of each specific client.
  • Structure meetings with potential clients to move agreements forward.
  • Custom design any materials, activities and languaging for each client.
  • Develop your own marketing materials to increase your outreach and build your business of sharing NVC

The first session of this course is available for all to listen to and enjoy.


Managing Collectively: New, Empowered Ways to Get Things Done

Audio  • 1 hour, 8 minutes • 07/10/2016
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 8 minutes

Enjoy Dian's overview of the 4-step model and its application to the workplace. Learn how NVC can help you: generate intrinsic motivation… discover creative solutions… create greater accountability and buy-in…reinforce behaviors you like and change others… and experience a LOT more fun, joy and aliveness at work!


Reframing OFNR for the Workplace

Audio  • 7 minutes • 07/10/2016
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
7 minutes

Listen in as Dian reframes the 4 steps of NVC (observations, feelings, needs, requests) into everyday words you might hear at work.

This training segment is free for all to enjoy.


Sherlock Holmes of the Heart

Audio  • 1 hour, 11 minutes • circa 2000
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 11 minutes

In this audio recording, Veteran CNVC Certified Trainer, Sylvia Haskvitz uses real-life situations to help us find more natural expressions of what is harmony with our hearts.


Workplace Series: Supervisors Giving Feedback to Others

Audio  • 11 minutes • 10/2008
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
11 minutes

Creating a trusting connection and keeping the line of communication open are the primary prerequsites for giving feedback as a supervisor. Listen to Miki work with a course participant to ready herself for an upcoming feedback session.


Workplace Series: The Distinction Between Giving Feedback and Wanting to be Heard

Audio  • 9 minutes • 10/2008
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
9 minutes

Listen to Miki make an important distinction between giving feedback, which is grounded in a desire to contribute to another, and our own need to be heard.


Street NVC: Bringing Your NVC Practice into Everyday Life! (4 Session Course)

Audio  • 3 - 4 hours • 04/19/2012
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
3 - 4 hours

Listen to CNVC Certified Trainer Dian Killian show you how to easily step into the mindset of an NVC practice—the spirit of connection and collaboration—that will support you in authentically connecting with others.

The first session of this course is available for all to listen to and enjoy.


Workplace Series: Turning a Mandatory Meeting Into a Collaboration

Audio  • 8 minutes • 10/2008
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
8 minutes

Miki works with a course participant to transform begrudging attendance at a mandatory meeting into the possibility for collaboration, more connection where little is expected and focus on clarity of purpose for meeting in the first place.


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