Violence, Silence and Non Violent Communication

I was pointed to this (most appropriately :) by my wife yesterday morning. I’m very much in to TED talks, but not so much her, so I was a amazed that I’d not come across this talk before. Needless to say, it’s a bit of a game-changer and I’d put it in my Top 10 TED Talks ever!

After talking about this quite a bit I then showed her the Marshall Rosenberg series of introduction videos which follow quite nicely from this.

Wrapped up by one of his famous “puppet sessions”

If you want to find out more, the obvious place is The Centre for Nonviolent Communication. If you’re in the UK, then it’s worth looking at Nonviolent Communication UK. Finally, if you want some great information along with one persons journey in to the land of NVC, I’d highly recommend Bob Marshall @flowchainsensei‘s blog with has Many great entries on Nonviolent Communication applied in a Corporate and Organisational context.

For an even broader context, @AndreaChiou recently did a great post about Book Dreams

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