Learn how to resolve conflicts and fix damaged relationships using a four-step process call Nonviolent Communication (NVC). Find out how conflict gets started and how it can be prevented and recovered from.
Instructor Marshall Bolin teaches from his experience in community mediation and working with troubled youth.
This course is for complete beginners as well as those who are already familiar with NVC and would like to hone their skills with practice exercises and thought-provoking journal questions.
Who this course is for:
Couples who want to improve their relationship
Groups who want to function more smoothly
Individuals who want to communicate better
6 sections • 35 lectures • 3h 59m total length
Introduction6 lectures • 28min
1-1 What is Nonviolent Communication?
1-2 Our Tragic Language
1-3 A Win-Win Worldview
1-4 The Four Steps of NVC
1-5 Example of NVC
1-6 Section One Recap
NVC Step One: Observing Without Evaluating6 lectures • 31min
Marshall Bolin runs a speaking and consulting business in St. Paul, MN. He works with people who want to resolve conflicts and improve their personal and professional relationships through better communication skills. His clients include couples, universities, businesses, faith communities and youth workers. Marshall is a trained community mediator and works with troubled youth.