The Non-Violent Communication Model

There are arguably two styles of communication. Communication that’s coercive, manipulative, and hurtful and communication that’s honest, respectful, and compassionate. Marshall Rosenberg, who developed a model for Nonviolent Communication (NVC), liked to demonstrate the differences between the styles with two…

The Non-Violent Communication Model

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There are arguably two styles of communication. Communication that’s coercive, manipulative, and hurtful and communication that’s honest, respectful, and compassionate.

Marshall Rosenberg, who developed a model for Nonviolent Communication (NVC), liked to demonstrate the differences between the styles with two animals. The Jackal as a symbol of aggression, dominance and violent communication. The Giraffe with his long neck and big heart (the biggest of any land animal) as a representation of a clear-sighted and compassionate, nonviolent communicator.

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COLLABORATORS
Script: Jonas Koblin
Artist: Pascal Gaggelli
Voice: Mithril
Coloring: Nalin
Editing: Peera Lertsukittipongsa
Production: Selina Bador
Production Assistant: Bianka
Proofreading: Susan

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SOURCES
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonviolent_Communication
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CLASSROOM EXERCISE
Organize a brief session where your students can practice nonviolent communication. In groups of two, let your students act out a scene where one, who is always late, is late again to the birthday party of the other. Prompt your students to use the observations, feelings, needs and requests to both communicate a resolution to this issue. When the students are done, make a list of what they came up with for each stage.
Now discuss: what do you need to use Rosenberg’s methodology? Can you practice introspection and rationality or do you need to be born with them? Are there times when it is OK to get angry sometimes?

CHAPTERS
0:00 Styles of communication
0:08 Violent communication
0:29 Nonviolent communication
0:51 Four steps of nonviolent communication
01:32 Observation
01:46 Feelings
02:11 Needs
02:36 Request
03:00 Marshall Rosenberg
03:42 Ending

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