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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.
Numerous psychological findings show that non-verbal communication and especially body language accounts for as much as 55% of the message received by the audience. It means that in many professional and personal situations what you say may have a lesser impact on your listeners than how you say it. Learn how to harness the power of non-verbal communication to your advantage. What gestures are you using that make the audience lose faith in you? How you can adjust your hands slightly and change the audience's perception of you.
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.
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.
A group of CSUN students that are getting together to discuss our research and finidings about the communication patterns of your typical everyday families. Please join us for a spirited discussion about a very interesting and important topic that we used in our everyday life.
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Learn tomorrows communication skills that put you ahead of everyone by being able to focus easily on what another is saying instead of looking for dangerous stimulation elsewhere during a conversation. Not only will you hear another more distinctly, they will appreciate your skills highly as they are understood while using these futuristic skills. You can learn them now.
Find easier ways to communicate yourself by listening eaasier what others are saying first. The patience you have will make you a better communicator.
Welcome to another episode of Unspoken Words. Robert, Dan, Brittany and Jackie discuss honesty and communication. Honesty and communication sound cliche, but how honest should two people really be with each other? When it comes to talking about each others past and past relationships, what does the other person really deserve to know? Should we really discuss with each other the issues such as being attracted to another person while you're in a relationship? Do we discuss work place flirting? These are the tough questions that each couple has to confront and how you decide to communicate through these issues will have a huge affect on your relationships.
Jonathan Gruber's "pants inferno" and how his turn in Darrell Issa's barrel protected ObamaCare; Why are "non-Christian" sensibilities sacred?; Why is it not just permissible, but required, that Christians be mocked and persecuted to "preserve, protect, and defend" "non-Christian" sensibilities?; Would any Baptist with a child's corpse in his trunk not be arrested? Of course not - but for Muslims, that is apparently now a constitutional right; While we lament passage of another "Cromnibus," let us celebrate the fall from power of Harry (G)Reid and his depraved obstructionism; and, time-permitting, today's Morning Jolt.
Debtors Prison was an institution used by the ruling class in Europe to punish people who could not pay their debts. Living under an oppressive system of high taxes and fines, of course the jails became overcrowded with debtors who could not pay. Many were given the opportunity to work off their debts as "indentured servants," temporary slaves who worked until the debt was paid off. Most were languishing in Europe's overcrowded jails until they were given an opportunity for release. The catch: they had to leave the continent and go and settle what Europeans called "the new world" - America. Many came to America, and the rest is history. But, what happened is that the descendants of those earlier prisoners have recreated the same system in present day America. Many of those incarcerated are serving time simply because they didn't have money. Sometimes people are jailed for unpaid parking tickets causing, unknown to them, a suspended license. Often the "crime" was the sale or use of marijuana (a substance which is now sold legally) and they couldn't pay bail or couldn't pay a good lawyer. Our jails are overcrowded, and prison is just a thinly disguised slave labor business. It's time to stop it. Only violent criminals need to be locked away to protect society while they undergo rehabilitation. Should all other non violent prisoners be released, provided the opportunities to become productive citizens, and honorably pay any debts owed
Albert Einstein has the best quotes ever! Here is one: “If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.” What will it take for me to do what I know to do? That’s the question asked by the New Essenes, hinting at the communication problem that begins with me, and eventually translates into “no one gets me!” Well, if understanding the Self was so easy, what don’t you give it a chance?
But then, if I were to really hear me, I would have to stop resisting my own recipe for happiness. I would have to feel my feelings and welcome the rhythms of my soul – for fast or slow, for good or bad! I would have to change. So I much rather stay in my head, and disconnect from understanding, that is, from feeling for real what my heart is saying. Doing so, I cut myself off from language. Tune in for more...
The New Essenes is a gathering of ordinary people practicing deep introspection as a way to solve everyday problems. Our inquiry is based on the idea that language is alive and that the Word is where our Power lives: since speech is an act, communication is not what is said and done, but the result of what is said and done.
By joining in and coming back, we increasingly benefit from the distilled essence of an ultimate method of inquiry, based on Sacred Geometry and known as the Path of XPR.
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