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Non-violent communication

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Non-violent communication

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Non-violent communication:

Non-violent communication is a method developed by Marshall B. Rosenburg to help people communicate better with each other in a compassionate and peaceful way. It can be useful in situations needing mediation or in negotiations. It is used for conflict resolution and for helping to understand other peoples viewpoints.

Non-violent communication (NVC) focuses on the four steps of observing, feeling, needing and requesting.

NVC is used in a number of communities around the world.
In Germany, the Kommune Niederkaufungen has a team of trainers.

See also:


External Links:

Center for Non-violent Communication

Kommune Niederkaufungen NVC website (German)

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