Supporting personal & professional growth.

 

What is
Empowering Communication?

Empowering Communication is our preferred title for Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a model developed by Marshall Rosenberg, Ph D in the late 1960s. Dr. Rosenberg was motivated to help people connect with their own humanity and that of others respectfully, compassionately, peacefully and with joy. NVC offers a practical and unique model to empower and transform relationships. It is inspirational in its invitation to cherish the needs of others as our own. We predict it will offer challenge and satisfaction to all who wish to embrace life more fully.

 

 

Marshall Rosenberg, PhD, effectively mediated conflict throughout the world for more than 40 years. His system, Nonviolent Communication, has brought together warring factions as diverse as Irish Catholics and Protestants, Rwandan Hutus and Tutsis, Israelis and Palestinians as well as families and communities in conflict.

Dr. Rosenberg founded the Center for Nonviolent Communication. He taught NVC in healthcare institutions, schools, corporations, religious organizations, prisons, and communities in over 50 countries across the globe. Dr. Rosenberg’s associates continue his work in the world. To learn about the Center for Nonviolent Communication visit CNVC.org or call 505-244-4041.

 
 

"The objective of NVC is not to change people and their behavior in order to get our way; it is to establish relationships based on honesty and empathy which will eventually fulfill everyone's needs."

~ Marshall Rosenberg, Ph D

Dr. Rosenberg, founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication, taught NVC in healthcare institutions, schools, corporations, religious organizations, prisons and communities in over 50 countries across the globe. Over 500 certified trainers continue his work around the world. To contact the Center for Nonviolent Communication write cnvc@cnvc.org or call 505-244-4041.

 
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For more information, visit www.cnvc.org.

 

The Institute for Empowering Communication is affiliated with the Center for Nonviolent Communication.