Nonviolent Communication Toolkit for Facilitators

Interactive Activities and Awareness Exercises Based on 18 Key Concepts for the Development of NVC Skills and Consciousness

By Raj Gill, Lucy Leu, and Judi Morin

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Internationally respected NVC trainers, Judi Morin, Raj Gill, and Lucy Leu have come together to codify more than twenty years of training experience in one hands-on facilitator guide. Whether you’re a new facilitator, a seasoned trainer looking to incorporate a more experiential approach, or a team of trainers, the Nonviolent Communication Toolkit for Facilitators has a wealth of resources for you. By breaking Nonviolent Communication down into 18 key concepts, this toolkit provides succinct teaching tools that can be used on their own for shorter sessions, or combined for a long-term or multi-session training.

Endorsements

Cover endorsement:

“I have used many of the materials and activities in this kit in a variety of locales— schools, community settings, and jails—and am delighted that they are now more widely
available. The Nonviolent Communication Toolkit brings together the kinesthetic, visual, verbal, and motoric modalities for understanding NVC concepts.”
— JANE CONNOR, PHD, Bartle Professor of Human Development, Binghamton University, New York, USA

“I am literally on the edge of my seat, eagerly waiting to dig into this treasure chest of ‘hands-on’ training activities, which I know will prove enormously useful to me in every workshop, class, or study group I facilitate. These tools guide us in ‘getting the consciousness’ on more than an intellectual level.”
— DOW GORDON, Center for Nonviolent Communication Certified Trainer, Freedom Project Prison Training Coordinator, Seattle, WA, USA

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What People Are Saying About the
Nonviolent Communication Toolkit:

“These dynamic trainers have designed a cornucopia of games and exercises to inspire active learning that is fun, concrete, and imbued with NVC consciousness. If you wish to facilitate and practice NVC, here is a resource I recommend with confidence and enthusiasm!”
—MARSHALL B. ROSENBERG, PhD, was the founder and educational director of the Center for Nonviolent Communication

“I am literally on the edge of my seat, eagerly waiting to dig into this treasure chest of ‘hands-on’ training activities, which I know will prove enormously useful to me in every workshop, class, or study group I facilitate. These tools guide us in ‘getting the consciousness’ on more than an intellectual level.”
—DOW GORDON, Center for Nonviolent Communication Certified Trainer, Freedom Project Prison Training Coordinator, Seattle, WA, USA

“I have used many of the materials and activities in this kit in a variety of locales—schools, community settings, and
jails—and am delighted that they are now more widely available. The Nonviolent Communication Toolkit for Facilitators brings together the kinesthetic, visual, verbal, and motoric modalities for understanding NVC concepts.”
—JANE CONNOR, PhD, Bartle Professor of Human Development, Binghamton University, New York USA

“I am convinced that the world is a safer and more peaceful place because of the work of these three women. For years I have witnessed and been inspired by their skills in bringing humanity into the world of prison, showing the power of Nonviolent Communication when it comes from the heart. I deeply appreciate their willingness to share what they have learned by making this toolkit available to all of us.”
—KARI BJERKE, Nonviolent Communication Prison Project Coordinator, Sonderborg, Denmark

“NVC concepts can be challenging to convey inside prison. However, these exercises pack a powerful punch, transforming vague concepts into animated reality with the prisoners I work with. I believe the Nonviolent Communication Toolkit will profoundly impact the educational outcome of any NVC program.”
—REV. DAVID PRICE, Chaplain, Mission Institution, Mission, B.C., Canada

NVC Communication Web Resources

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There is a wealth of information on Nonviolent Communication – in articles and videos. Of course we endorse all of Marshall’s sharing’s, however, there are many transcripts and videos created by others. Due to limited resources we do not verify the full accuracy of any particular video or articles created by others, even though there is plenty of wonderful and educational information on the web.

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