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Aligning Our Strategies with Our Values

Trainer Tip • 1 - 2 minutes • 10/2005
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes
10/2005

Trainer Tip: What do you value the most? Take a look at your actions and notice the values that your actions demonstrate (not what you want them to show, but what they do show), and see if they are in alignment.   Where there is a gap take steps to create actions that are in alignment with your values.


How do I bring NVC into a job that isn't suited for NVC?

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Video • 5 minutes • 05/19/2016
Beginner Skill Level
Video
5 minutes
05/19/2016

What if you work in construction or someplace that you are concerned would not to be open to bringing in Nonviolent Communication(NVC)? The answer depends on what you mean when you say, "Bring NVC into business."


Living Without Enemies

Audio • 1 hour, 18 minutes • 11/11/2009
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 18 minutes
11/11/2009

Join CNVC Certified Trainer Arnina Kashtan as she explores enemy images to increase your capacity to embrace life more fully. Free yourself from the “us-them” paradigm and experience true compassion for the people whose actions most trouble you.


Conversations about Death

Video • 1 hour, 22 minutes • 6/29/2022
Intermediate Skill Level
Video
1 hour, 22 minutes
6/29/2022

It seems death cafes are everywhere these days. But how changed are we by the conversations we're now having? Not everyone is open to talking about death. It may well be that someone in your life is nearing the end of their days and their refusal to talk about it may be confusing and disheartening. How do you get them to speak when they don't want to? In this session, we will explore different approaches to navigating this tricky terrain.


The Radical Act of Reclaiming Attention

Article • 5 - 8 minutes • 06/2019
Beginner Skill Level
Article
5 - 8 minutes
06/2019

Given all that we are facing today as a society and a species, amongst some of the things we need is a well nourished heart. To nourish our hearts we need to discern where to wisely put our attention. Here are three practices to reclaim your attention, and replenish your reserves, so that you have the inner resources to do the work that is calling you.  They are: train the mind, nourish the heart, and stay connected to purpose.


NVC and the Enneagram: Expanding Awareness, Connection and Compassion (3 Session Course)

Audio • 2 hours, 42 minutes • 12/02/2013
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
2 hours, 42 minutes
12/02/2013

Join Sylvia and Jean in this fascinating exploration of NVC and the Enneagram, a system of nine basic personality types.


Meeting Our Need for Rest

Trainer Tip • 1 - 2 minutes • 9/23/2022
Introductory Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes
9/23/2022

Trainer Tip: We all have different ways to meet our need for rest. It's important to notice when you need that time. You might know you need rest when you find yourself snapping at people on the phone, when you snap at your cat, or when you ignore your partner. Rather than behave in ways that you might regret, consider doing something that will help you meet your need for rest. Everyone in your life will benefit.


Self-Empathy "Wrap" Process

Audio • 46 minutes • 02/2008
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
46 minutes
02/2008

In this inspiring audio, Mary takes to a more profound level the traditional NVC self-empathy process of identifying judgments, feelings and needs, by adding a "wrapping" component.


The Art and Science of Happiness (4 Session Course)

Audio • 4 - 6 hours • 06/11/2012
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
4 - 6 hours
06/11/2012

What is it that enables us to thrive? How can we influence our capacity to live a meaningful and fulfilling life? Join Jim and Jori Manske in this exciting telecourse recording on the intersection of NVC and cutting-edge Positive Psychology, the science of human thriving.


The Long-Short Way, And The Short-Long Way

Trainer Tip • 1-2 minutes • 05/30/2022
All Skill Levels
Trainer Tip
1-2 minutes
05/30/2022

Some things may seem to take longer at first, but end up making things easier and faster. Other things seem easier or faster in the short term, but end up taking more time in the long run. This applies to projects, group agreements about process, relationships, addressing conflicts, clearing up misunderstandings, damage control, etc. It can be faster to slow down, be more present, and take the time since we care about the outcome.


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