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Nonviolent NZ Communities Newsletter June 2016
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Kia Ora and welcome to the Nonviolent NZ Communities June 2016 Newsletter.

In this edition we focus on the benefits of increased Emotional Intelligence and Empathy within NZ Police, by learning and applying Nonviolent Communication principles and strategies. 

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SEMINARS of the month: In order to provide the best attendee experience the seminars are limited to a maximum of ten people.
 

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN NEEDS AND CONFLICT

NVC holds that most conflicts between individuals or groups arise from miscommunication about their human needs, due to coercive or manipulative language that aims to induce fear, guilt, shame, etc. These “violent” modes of communication, when used during a conflict, divert the attention of the participants away from clarifying their needs, their feelings, their perceptions, and their requests, thus perpetuating the conflict.

Bringing intelligence to our emotions is a smart decision that has the potential to redirect sabotaging emotional reactions into constructive responses wherever and whenever they are needed.

People with a higer level of Emotional Intelligence KNOW how to see the needs of the other, beyond their choice of words or behaviour.

Understanding the effectiveness of Nonviolent Communication styles and strategies and applying, integrating them in daily living, lead to growing Intuition and Emotional Intelligence.

Although there are challenges about taking NVC principles into everyday living, both expected and surprising, the full potential of nonviolence, working through the lens of human needs, becomes possible.

Enjoy the new powers of dialog and the availability of strategies and structures that aim to serve human needs! Read more (what is NVC).
The idea of an NVC Aotearoa New Zealand organisation was birthed in the Hawkes Bay by Angus Wall, Jocelyn Kennedy and Filipa Hope. In February 2009, a group of 14 NVC Trainers & supporters met at the Sharda Centre along with Ron Ngata, and discussed the idea of setting up the organisation as a Charitable Trust. Read more... Meet the New Zealand's NVC trainers and browse through the events.
What is the impact of the application of the Nonviolent Communication model on the development of empathy?
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The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Job Performance in Police Organizations. Over the last fifteen years, a great...
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Introduction to Nonviolent Communication
VC holds that most conflicts between...
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