Non Violent Communication and       Munas KaldenCommunity Mobilization            Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   1
Objective of the session: Able  to understand importance of NVC  in the community mobilization Able to differentiate bet...
Write Down Activitiesmake you hurt orharm       Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   3
Components ofNonviolentCommunication(NVC) Observations Feelings Needs Requests             Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   4
The Life-Changing Benefits ofNVC Conflict  Resolution • Resolve conflicts peacefully—personal  or public, domestic or in...
 Transform          criticism and blame into compassionate connection•Prevent future pain and misunderstanding          ...
 Personal   Relationships • Deepen your emotional connections • Transform judgment and criticism into  understanding an...
 Getwhat you want more often without using demands, guilt or shame•Hear the needs behind whatever anyone does or says   ...
 Parenting  and Families • Reduce family conflicts and sibling  rivalry • Move beyond power struggles to  cooperation a...
 Education   and Schools • Maximize the individual potential of all  students • Strengthen students’ interest,  retenti...
 Personal   Growth and Healing • Transform shame and depression into  personal empowerment • Heal old pain • Transform...
 Organizational  Effectiveness • Improve teamwork, efficiency and  morale • Increase meeting productivity • Maximize t...
 Anger   Management • Transform anger before it leads to  behavior you’ll regret • Discover the needs behind your anger...
 Business      Relationships • Strengthen employee morale and loyalty   • Resolve workplace conflicts quickly and    ef...
Activity: Video   clip on love and hate                Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   15
 Conflict  Resolution • Resolve conflicts peacefully—personal  or public, domestic or international • Get to the heart ...
 Spirituality•  Connect your actions to your spiritual  values • Transform enemy images and  moralistic judgments • Co...
Activity Feelings         and Needs: filling questionnaire             Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   18
Question ORReflection?For reflection: Munas Kaldenmunas.kalden@undp.orgmunas.kalden@gmail.com                         Muna...
Thanks  Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010   20
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Non violent communication increasing compassion

  1. 1. Non Violent Communication and Munas KaldenCommunity Mobilization Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 1
  2. 2. Objective of the session: Able to understand importance of NVC in the community mobilization Able to differentiate between ‘violent’ and ‘non violent’ communication Understand the benefit of NVC in professional and personal life Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 2
  3. 3. Write Down Activitiesmake you hurt orharm Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 3
  4. 4. Components ofNonviolentCommunication(NVC) Observations Feelings Needs Requests Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 4
  5. 5. The Life-Changing Benefits ofNVC Conflict Resolution • Resolve conflicts peacefully—personal or public, domestic or international • Get to the heart of conflict and disputes quickly • Improve cooperation––listen so others are really heard Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 5
  6. 6.  Transform criticism and blame into compassionate connection•Prevent future pain and misunderstanding Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 6
  7. 7.  Personal Relationships • Deepen your emotional connections • Transform judgment and criticism into understanding and connection • Listen so others are really heard Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 7
  8. 8.  Getwhat you want more often without using demands, guilt or shame•Hear the needs behind whatever anyone does or says Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 8
  9. 9.  Parenting and Families • Reduce family conflicts and sibling rivalry • Move beyond power struggles to cooperation and trust • Create a quality of connection that embodies unconditional love • Protect and nurture the autonomy of children • Motivate using “power-with” rather than “power-over” strategies Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 9
  10. 10.  Education and Schools • Maximize the individual potential of all students • Strengthen students’ interest, retention and connection to their work • Improve safety, trust and connection in your classroom • Improve classroom teamwork, efficiency and cooperation • Strengthen classroom and teacher- parent relationships Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 10
  11. 11.  Personal Growth and Healing • Transform shame and depression into personal empowerment • Heal old pain • Transform unhealthy habits • Stay connected to your own needs and preferences • Eat by choice, not by habit Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 11
  12. 12.  Organizational Effectiveness • Improve teamwork, efficiency and morale • Increase meeting productivity • Maximize the quality of your services or products • Maximize your organization’s benefit to the community Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 12
  13. 13.  Anger Management • Transform anger before it leads to behavior you’ll regret • Discover the needs behind your anger • Learn to appreciate what triggers you and others • Identify solutions that are satisfying to everyone • Express anger in ways that connect us to others Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 13
  14. 14.  Business Relationships • Strengthen employee morale and loyalty • Resolve workplace conflicts quickly and effectively • Reduce office stress and absenteeism • Maximize the potential of all employees • Hear and address customer needs more effectively • Offer employee evaluations that promote personal growth • Improve the effectiveness of job and college interviews Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 14
  15. 15. Activity: Video clip on love and hate Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 15
  16. 16.  Conflict Resolution • Resolve conflicts peacefully—personal or public, domestic or international • Get to the heart of conflict and disputes quickly • Improve cooperation––listen so others are really heard • Transform criticism and blame into compassionate connection • Prevent future pain and misunderstanding Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 16
  17. 17.  Spirituality• Connect your actions to your spiritual values • Transform enemy images and moralistic judgments • Connect to our common humanity • Overcome cultural conditioning that promotes violence • Care for your own needs first to fuel compassion for others Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 17
  18. 18. Activity Feelings and Needs: filling questionnaire Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 18
  19. 19. Question ORReflection?For reflection: Munas Kaldenmunas.kalden@undp.orgmunas.kalden@gmail.com Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 19
  20. 20. Thanks Munas Kalden, UNDP-2010 20

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