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Dian Killian is an Organizational Trainer, Executive & Personal Coach and a Certified Trainer with the international Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) and founder and former director of The Center for Collaborative Communication. She also is co-author of two books, Connecting Across Differences: A Guide to Commpassionate, Nonviolent Communication and Urban Empathy: True Life Adventures of Compassion on the Streets of NY. She designs and leads transformative communication trainings in the US, Europe and Asia for diverse organizations. She also is on the faculty of the Coaching for Transformation long-distance learning program.http://www.workcollaboratively.com
Chad will offer a brief introduction to the work of Marshall Rosenberg's Non-Violent Communication (NVC). He came across this approach while studying Transpersonal Psychology at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Chad has been a part of Open Dharma for nearly a decade and is happy to share his experience of how NVC relates to the greater spiritual path of awakening.
In this show, we will talk with Tiffany Clark, an active member of TZMSacDavis, who has trained many people in how to use a method called Nonviolent Communication. We will discuss Nonviolent Communication and how it can help you communicate in positive ways about controversial issues related to a resource-based economy.
Better communication eliminates a world of problems. If we knew how to talk to our wives, husbands, children, employees or employers we might not have ended up in the bad situation that we were in. Communication is a two way street and it includes listening and not thinking about your rebuttual. This will be an on going workshop for the next few weeks so please inform someone about it and listen in. your feedback is very imnportant to me. Thank you and remember "Change Starts With You.
The philosophy of non-violence is not one of fear but of fearlessness in the face of violence. Much of the violence in the urban community is self inflicted by yesterday's neglected, rejected and abused children who have now come of age and are terrorizing the neighborhoods with senseless violence. The adults who draw youth into organized crime capitalize on broken homes, absent fathers and overwhelmed mothers and grandmothers. The evil of guns and drugs is just as deadly as police with fire hoses and attack dogs in keeping communities in a state of terror. Can Dr. King's strategy of non-violent direct confrontation work in ridding neighborhoods of street violence? How? Community Activist, Coach and Candidate for 20th Ward Alderman Ernest Radcliff explains how his nonviolent work with youth has been successful.
Today's topic will be Non-violent Communication.
With NVC we learn to hear our own deeper needs and those of others. Through its emphasis on deep listening—to ourselves as well as others—NVC helps us discover the depth of our own compassion. This language reveals the awareness that all human beings are only trying to honor universal values and needs, every minute, every day. We will discuss how to use NVC with offenders and challenges that naturally arise.
It's no secret that communicaiton can make or break a relationship. While most Christians beleive that prayer gives you access to God, many settle for an ocassional "crisis call" and forego the rich, intimate communication that He desires with every believer. Join us for a provocative message that will address the fundamentals of prayer and help you move from a monologue to a dialogue with the King of Kings!
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Learn a new communication skill for listening better than you have ever done in 15 short minutes. Show is hosted by Rick Goodfriend, instructor for Nonviolent Communication, a way to bring more trust and clarity to your communication. .Know that when you listen powerfully to others they will listen more to what you have to say.
Go to http://Rick Goodfriend.com to download an important Needs / Values Sheet to help you connect more to your values while listening and to thiers. Find out a great tip for listening more and it's surprising benefits.
This episode is about communication in relationships. Even if you have insecurites the best way to get over them is by expressing them with your partner. Many people read into their partner's actions or analyze what their partner said. So, communication is key and you won't be assuming anything.
Insecurites will become less and less. I will discuss more in the episode.
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Cindy aka Mia
Join us TONIGHT at 9PM GMT on LOVE IN THE HOUSE, your candid radio show on relationships.
Our topic of discussion is 'COMMUNICATION IN MARRIAGE'.
He doesn't talk vs She talks too much. How do you deal with that?
Both aren't 'talking'. Sweeping issues under the carpet.
How to get your partner to talk without nagging.
Does your personalty say anything about the way you commnicate?
This and much more to be discussed on this week's episode.
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