The power of connecting communication
This training is available:
Connecting communication is based on Dr Marshall Rosenberg’s concept of non-violent communication. He puts it this way: “The purpose of connecting communication is not about changing people or their behaviour to get our way. It is about building relationships based on honesty and empathy. This is how we ultimately fulfil everyone’s needs and requirements.”
This training aims to encourage people to communicate with each other in a way that they truly meet each other.
Programme of this training
- You will understand what connecting communication is and how it works. It is like learning a new language : new words, new grammar, different ways of expressing yourself.
- You learn to perceive better. You recognise your feelings better. You discover your needs and desires behind them and learn to formulate them as a request. This gives you more clarity about what plays with you.
- You gain insight into your own listening skills and become aware of the importance of asking pertinent questions. This is how you develop more empathy.
- You discover 4 options when hearing difficult messages.
- You get to work with 10 things that annoy us and about which we have a connecting conversation.
- You practice the learned techniques and experience their impact in practical situations. So you know how they work, what they bring and how to implement them smoothly in your daily work context.
What will you get out of this journey?
You become aware of how you communicate yourself, with others and with yourself. You get a communication system that makes conflicts negotiable without prejudice. The result is a solution that satisfies all parties involved. Finally, it offers an alternative to realise your needs independent of power and violence.
- Situation-Based Learning
- Brain-Based Learning
- Concrete cases
- Role-play in group
- Exchanging experiences
- « Best practices »
- Visual aids
- Practical information sheets
- A personal action plan
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