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Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life (1999 original; edició 2003)

de Marshall B. Rosenberg (Autor)

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Enrich your personal and work relationships with the art of compassionate communication. What if you could defuse tension and create accord in even the most volatile situations just by changing the way you speak? Over the past 35 years, Marshall Rosenberg has done just that, peacefully resolving conflicts in families, schools, businesses, and governments in 30 countries on 5 continents.… (més)
Títol:Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life
Autors:Marshall B. Rosenberg (Autor)
Informació:Puddledancer Press (2003), Edition: 2nd, 222 pages
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Manual prático e didático que apresenta metodologia criada pelo autor, voltada para aprimorar os relacionamentos interpessoais e diminuir a violência no mundo. Aplicável em centenas de situações que exigem clareza na comunicação: em fábricas, escolas, comunidades carentes e até em graves conflitos políticos.
  JefersonMello | Jun 1, 2021 |
Este libro establece un método de comunicación interesante enfocado hacia los seres humanos, sin juicios morales. Lo recomiendo ampliamente, porque te permite pensar y cuestionar muchas cosas de lo íntimo personal y nuestro entorno. Me parece que debería de haber una mayor distribución en el mercado hispano, en Latinoamerica, es triste ver que nos es fácil de encontrar y que tiene un costo muy elevado, en cambio la versión en inglés es barata y facil de encontrar.
  biblioteca_cpal | Mar 5, 2021 |
i feel, therefore i am ( )
  djsj | Dec 24, 2020 |
The book started off quite strong. I really enjoyed the first few chapters with the exercises and all.
However, the last like half of the book didn't feel that useful/meaningful. It was mostly expansions and a few more examples of earlier topics. That being said, I did enjoy this book and recommend reading the first few chapters for some great strategies for getting in touch with others.

Here are my notes from the book:
A light intro to the framework of sharing what you: saw, felt, need, request. The idea is to share and receive openly.

When we judge others in terms of rightness or wrongness they get defensive. Comparing yourself to others blocks compassion. Denial of responsibility ("I have to", "it's policy") leads to self alienation.

It can be very difficult to observe people without evaluating them. Try splitting up the observation and evaluation when talking about it.
There is some funny poetry here.

Expressing feelings in the English language is way trickier than I expected. We often express other things like wants, observations, judgements, and more in their place.

We should take responsibility for our feelings. Recognize the others maybe the stimulus but we ultimately cause our own feelings.

Express what you want, not what you don't want. Use concrete actions to express what you want instead of vague or abstract ideas. When in a group you need to be clear about what response your expecting.

In India when people have received the response they want in conversations they initiated they say "bas" (pronounced "bus"). It means you need not say more I feel satisfied and ready to move on.

Nearly all those who think they have the capacity [of empathy] do not possess it. instead of offering empathy we tend instead to give advice or reassurance and explain our own position or feelings.

This chapter is a bunch of examples of how to use empathy.
"instead of being engaged in an exchange of life energy with other human beings, we see ourselves becoming waste baskets for their words"
Bring a conversation back to life by interrupting with empathy. Ex: "I hear you're feeling a lot of pain about this..." is often what people need to hear. Then the subject can change more naturally once they feel heard.

Using NVC to care for yourself.

Some examples of how to express anger.

When you make the connection, the problem usually solves itself.
Describes how to use NVC for conflict mediation.

This chapter said it's bad to use punishment because if you want people to do something because they under and not because they're scared then that won't happen. The example in the end about the do-nothing room where students can go voluntarily if they want was great.

NBC helps us translate negative internal messages into feelings and needs.

Express appreciation to celebrate, not to manipulate.
This says we should avoid false humility but doesn't explain how.
"what appreciation might someone give you that would leave you jumping for joy?" Seems a good question.
The chapter talks about appreciating the good things people do rather than just picking on them when they mess up. This is something scrum seems to help with.
We can use NVC when giving compliments by saying what they did what we felt and what needed fulfilled. ( )
  raybb | Aug 27, 2020 |
Ostensibly, this is a book about how to communicate effectively when resolving conflicts between people. Actually, it's about so much more than that. It's about how to use empathy to understand yourself and others. Once you have that empathy, a lot of conflicts will resolve themselves. Just reading the book gave me a lot of insight into some of my own emotions and inner conflicts, and I know it will be useful in handling some conflicts in my own life. The tools and methods in the book require a lot of practice/experience to use effectively - I will probably revisit this book often. Fortunately, it is well-organized and all the major points are in big print and summarized at the end of chapters, so the book is easy to skim for a refresher. ( )
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Enrich your personal and work relationships with the art of compassionate communication. What if you could defuse tension and create accord in even the most volatile situations just by changing the way you speak? Over the past 35 years, Marshall Rosenberg has done just that, peacefully resolving conflicts in families, schools, businesses, and governments in 30 countries on 5 continents.

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