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Geweldloze communicatie : ontwapenend, doeltreffend en verbindend
Audiobook is read by author which I found helpful. This read starts off a bit slow, but has some profound ideas, emphasizing patience and heightened detail in how we communicate to directly address interpersonal conflict in a nonconfrontational way. Admittedly, that topic probably warrants a whole book in itself. D Marshall Rosenberg was an American psychologist and the creator of Nonviolent Communication, a communication process that helps people to exchange the information necessary to resolve conflicts and differences peacefully.
Anyone reading this book can benefit exponentially by applying the process of nonviolent communication that Rosenberg elaborates in this book with techniques and examples. I’ve come across the concepts fosenberg this book in many other places and it’s probable that you would have as well.
Geweldloze communicatie : Marshall B. Rosenberg :
gweeldloze I’ve read this book before, years ago and was enormously impressed with the ideas in it. I listened to the audiobook version, and it’s fairly awful. The title is a bit confusing. Well researched, great examples and great perspectives I never viewed from his angle before.
The book describes a totally different way of communication. Imagine learning to walk for the first time.
The Basics of Nonviolent Communication – Developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg
Then read it again. Marshall asks us all to use a little empathy in explaining gewelddloze framework for thinking about how we live. Then take an NVC class. I didn’t quite believe the dialog examples would diffuse conflict so rapidly or get dismissed by others in the communicaite as being too contrived, but they do point to a much more constructive approach than escalating judgmental responses.
That said, I have shit communication skills. The book was suggested to me because I realised some people had problems with my tone of language.
I would recommend this book to anybody willing to improve his communication skills or willing to learn more about gewdldloze and communication. There might be ramifications for not doing something that you feel you have no choice in, but you still choose to do it. Non-Violent Communication NVCand it is based on empathy and on the fact that all people have the same needs.
Now, I think I understand why – the intention behind these practices. Anyway, despite this and despite the fact that I currently find some methods too idealistic will probably need to do some more digging to understand how certain things work in real lifeI highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to try to communicate in a more efficient manner, change their habits in this respect and comprehend how the way in which we interact with one another can be improved.
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The next several chapters delve communicatis into each step of the process. The bad grades are a stimulus, but not the direct cause of the parents’ bad feelings. That said, the book is so highly rated and recommended, it was worth a read through. He then goes on to talk about “communication that blocks compassion,” such as moralistic judgements, making comparisons, communication that implies that we do not have responsibility for our own “thoughts, feels and actions,” and communicating desires in the form of demands.
That’s where this book comes in. I also can’t help thinking that although nvc in itself is certainly very valuable in helping people communicate more empathetically, incorporating a meditative practice that invariably results in bringing more easily to the surface our true feelings and in making us more sensitive to the feelings and needs of others would deepen even further the practice of communiactie and not just that, but it would also help us realize our true Self that transcends our ego, thus leading to a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with others and concomitantly therefore to a nonviolent way of relatingwhich is why I think meditation has a place here.
Another aspect of the book is that it also speaks to the I am a strong believer in effective communication skills which are vital for success.
That said, the book is so roxenberg This book seems to target HR looking for a facilitator for their next corporate offsite or kindergarten teachers deliberately mediating disagreements between their charges, so this title isn’t one I would have picked for myself.
Quotes from Geweldloze commun But Rosenberg’s book does that, and I think its draw is giving people incredibly simple and powerful tools to deal with deeply-felt, deeply-rooted cultural and social problems.
How do I start thinking about what makes us human? I had a hard time with the concept of self. Nonviolent Communication – General 6 23 May 16, NVC completely overlooks, or rejects, the influence of thoughts in peoples’ experiences. Open Preview See a Problem? But it’s definitely worth getting through that to get to the meat of the book’s ideas. Our actions are therefore fulfilling to us, as well as to those who receive our efforts. This book seems to target HR looking for a facilitator for their next corporate offsite or kindergarten teachers deliberately mediating disagreements between their charges, so this title isn’t one I would have picked for myself.
One of the important ideas Rosenberg includes in the book revolves around the learning on how to separate the observation of facts from depicting moral conclusions. I think I might order the workbook next. One foot in front of the other.
The book then goes on to explain how to receive communication in an empathic way, which is based on those same principals, but now, your honestly trying to get to the bottom of the other person’s needs to find out cokmunicatie you might be able to help fulfill them.
The author calls his method: View all 5 comments. Chiel van Soelen Translator. Not a lot of fluff.