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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
Join Kelli and Claudia in their Debut Podcast! Miss Communication is a little bit of everything great: Two chicks talking about hot topics, sports, and TV, sharing their no-holds-barred thoughts on everything that matters...and some things that don't! Tonight's episode includes sex tape etiquette, flaunting on Facebook, Spartan Racing, unREAL, as well as a few surprises!
How much of what is being communicated to you is non verbal? And are you noticing?
Join me and Suzy Godsey, international facilitator of Access Consciousness and Animal Whisperer for a conversation that turns speech on its head!
How does it get any better than that?
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.
Join Kelli and Claudia as they share with you their thoughts on the Big Brother 17 Premiere and the BEST motivations to work out. Grab a beer, a glass of wine, a mixed drink (or all three, if you dare) and let's get to the truth...because that's all we'll tell. Don't want to hear the hard truth...we'll still make you laugh as you shake your head in agreement with our crazy thoughts and opinions.
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.
Falling in love can be complicated in any relationship;
however, falling in love in consensual non-monogamy can be tricky, unexpected, beautiful, and trying at the very same time. Whether you are looking for love in consensual non-monogamy or not, love is possible in consensual non-monogamy unless you consciously put practices in place to avoid love (Even then, love can sneak up on you.). Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as they discuss navigating love in consensual non-monogamy. Like always, they tackle the topic with humor, some personal and professional experience, and research.
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.
Many times we are trapped and confused into issues due to non communication. Marriages can be a huge barrier will there is no communication int he relationship. Supervisors can predict the wrong things and outcome when their is nocommunication. We will share tipos and resources with you on how to effectively communcate in your social, personal and Christian living. Prophetess & pastor Diane Winbush will provide this lecture for the broadcast.
Why is the world becoming so violent? Are we becoming desensetized? It would appear that in the world today the emotion of love and peace is almost non existent. Have we been conditioned by all the violence in movies, vedio games and just life it self? Have we become more selfish and self centered? Is it posssble that we do not care any more for other humans? Has greed so over powered the world that we know no other way? There is another way why is we do not truly be peaceful within or love ourselves more. Can we also offer more gratitude for who we are. We were born to be and live as divine beings. We have been lead away from this idea a long time ago. Are we awakening to the truth of what we have beomce in our world. This and so much more. Jon Liara and Steven for a discussion on these and so much more. Call and join in the conversation 718-664-9735.
How do we communicate to one another?
Are we kind? Are we self righteous?
Do we listen?
How do we contribute to a disconnect when we communicate with another loved one, a partner, a co-worker, a child, a stranger?
Do we treat others better than ourselves ort our beloved, or our family and friends???
Listen to dysfunction through the often unsaid communication...
Like evey life, consensual non-monogamy has its pros and cons. The pros and cons of non-monogamy can teach you much about life in ways that nothing else can. When reflecting on the pros and cons of non-monogamy, you can find the information that will help you create a consensual non-mongamous life you can truly enjoy. Join Devin Kent and Dr.T take a fairly light-hearted look at the pros and cons of consensual non-monogamy in our own lives and the pros and cons others have shared with us.