By Liv Larsson
IS IT attainable to aid folks clear up THEIR CONFLICTS with no GETTING SUCKED IN your self? sure! and there's a particular set of abilities which makes it more likely that your efforts might be winning. This e-book, step-by-step, teaches you ways to develop into a good mediator. upload perform, perform, perform (and a few self-reflection), and you'll quickly have fun your first successes in aiding humans to attach, no matter if you're a guardian, instructor, enterprise supervisor, counselor or peace employee. except that, you'll get an excellent origin in Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent conversation (NVC), on which this very down-to-earth method of mediation is predicated upon, and plenty of solutions to useful questions. Take the opportunity to benefit mediation from Liv Larsson, an skilled coach who has taught peacemakers in violent conflicts in Thailand and Sri Lanka (and to many others in Western international locations) and who applies the exact same abilities to unravel conflicts in her family members!
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The view of conflicts in life-serving cultures Conflicts are natural and can be handled. Conflicts occur where there are strong values and dreams. Conflicts can be enriching and can contribute in creating new ways to cooperate. Conflicts contribute most if they are handled by “win-win” methods. The result of this approach When one acknowledges conflicts, they do not so easily become taboo. Thus, the likelihood of realizing that conflicts are natural and can be enriching increases greatly. To recognize conflicts instead of trying to hide them away, increases the conditions that they will unfold into connection and cooperation.
Conflicts can be enriching and can contribute in creating new ways to cooperate. Conflicts contribute most if they are handled by “win-win” methods. The result of this approach When one acknowledges conflicts, they do not so easily become taboo. Thus, the likelihood of realizing that conflicts are natural and can be enriching increases greatly. To recognize conflicts instead of trying to hide them away, increases the conditions that they will unfold into connection and cooperation. Deal with conflicts at an early stage.
A Helping Hand, mediation with Nonviolent Communication by Liv Larsson