NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION AND EMOTIONAL REGULATION
How to establish a dialogue with your employees, in a spirit of listening and respect ? How to express a request to your employees with serenity ? How can we generate interest and commitment in a dialogue ?
The emotional intelligence solicited in the process of NonViolent Communication, allows the development of another part of the brain that favors learning from the heart through emotions and adapted action. Compassionate communication is based on Marshall Rosenberg’s NonViolent Communication. Emotions do not stop at the company’s door; if the manager does not open the door to dialogue, he or she may quickly find himself or herself in unmanageable deadlock situations. In order to avoid this kind of unpleasantness, Marshall Rosenberg’s NonViolent Communication can prove to be an effective tool both in the short and the long term. The challenge is then to know how to open up to the emotions of one’s teams in a search for equity and balance and to change the paradigm by focusing on :
“power with” instead of “power over”
« Co-responsibility » instead of « denial of responsibility«
Compassionate Communication is meant to be adapted to professional situations and to business management. Role-playing will address the participant’s daily routines in order to find concrete solutions or identify the path that will reach the desired destination.