Nonviolent Communication™ Skills in Intercultural Communication
“Intercultural communication does not differ from other types of interpersonal communication. To avoid conflicts, you can use your natural empathy and apply the NVC model with great success.”
More information on this topic coming soon. In the meantime, please enjoy this article by Andreea Sepi.
The 4 Steps of Nonviolent Communication
One of my favorite models of oral communication – and one I find very effective for solving personal conflicts – is Marshall Rosenberg’s theory of nonviolent communication.
The goal of nonviolent communication is to express ourselves authentically and honestly, to listen with empathy and to deal with potential conflict respectfully and considerately.
The foundation of nonviolent communication is the willingness and the ability to approach and perceive issues in a non-judgmental way.
In other words, speak without any aggression, hidden threats, veiled criticism or (even) excessive praise. (In Rosenberg’s view, unless it is directed at a person’s actions and supported with specific facts about what needs those actions fulfilled for you, praise is also judgment; it can leave your communication partners feeling observed and in the dark about what you really appreciate about them.)
Please read the rest of this article here: https://yourtranscreator.com/2014/07/11/the-4-steps-of-nonviolent-communication/
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