- Training Course
- Getting Upstream of Conflict
- Personal Development
- Communication, Conflict
- Course Description
In line with Eph. 4.29, the goal of this training is to develop our ability to use helpful words, rather than harmful words, in the conversations we have with our team members. We will practice a 4-step communication process commonly known as Non-violent Communication (NVC). Some authors call it Compassionate Communication or Compassionate Connecting. We’ll use the term NVC to make it easy for you to search for more information on the internet, if you would like.
- Target Audience
- Anyone in SIL and Partner organizations in Mainland Asia, South & Islands Asia, or Pacific who has a supervisory role.
- Open To...
- Contact one of the East Zone HR directors
- Delivery Method(s)
- Delivery Notes
This learning was sponsored by the HR departments of the SIL East Zone as part of the Supervisor’s Toolkit: Ongoing Professional Development for SIL and Partners Supervisory Staff in Asia & the Pacific.
- Additional Notes
Participant preparation for this course included readings, related YouTube videos, and identifying a past or future scenario to which the lesson skills could be applied.
For more information about Getting Upstream of Conflict
Please email the course owner using the link below:Roland Walker