Effective Communication Skills to Better Your Workplace
Most of us are hungry for effective communication skills training to improve the quality of our professional relationships, advance team and meeting efficiency, strengthen our leadership skills, facilitate effective workplace conflict resolution, and simply help us communicate more effectively.
Communication Skills Training Increases Profits AND Morale!
Nonviolent or LifeServing Communication offers simple,
effective communication skills training to transform your workplace for the better.
Employees at all levels—from an intern to the CEO—will learn effective interpersonal communication skills to improve workplace morale, enhance meeting efficiency, bolster workplace conflict resolution, and more. Learn to stay calm and compassionate even in the most difficult circumstances. With our conflict resolution and communication books, you’ll learn how to effectively balance people-centered values with the demands of your bottom line.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella bought all the members of his senior leadership team a copy of the book “Nonviolent Communication” in 2014 when he took over the company. At the time, Microsoft was known for having a culture of hostility, infighting, and backstabbing.
“Nonviolent Communication” preaches compassion and empathy in communication, and it has lessons that apply beyond the boardroom.
Learn Practical, Effective Interpersonal Communication Skills to:
- Facilitate workplace conflict resolution
- Improve meeting productivity and efficiency
- Boost employee morale, empowerment, performance, creativity, and teamwork
- Transform workplace conflict into mutually satisfying solutions
- Reduce office stress and absenteeism
- Efficiently address concerns in the moment
- Initiate difficult conversations with ease
- Create a healthy balance between the demands of work and home
- Maximize the quality of your services or products
- Maximize your organization’s benefit to the community
Moralistic judgments, making comparisons, denial of responsibility, communicating our desires as demands, and evaluating for punishment and reward contribute to toxicity in the workplace, resulting in illness, violence, and loss of productivity.
Solution: This workshop investigates the leading causes of miss-communication in our culture and language, and proposes an alternative model of communication that prioritizes connection and creates communities that value cooperation. Move your company towards a greater connection to life.
This is what you learn: Discover the value of Compassionate Communications in team building and developing emotional intelligence in order to create a prosperous and life-serving work environment.
Testimonials: Pan demonstrated a deep and profound ability to relate to and connect to fellow human beings. He has an extraordinary gift for deep listening, for a compassionate stand and to be grounded and centered even when confronted. He consistently demonstrated great coaching and leadership skills. I felt relaxed and comfortable as I thought Pan projected a calm grounded presence.
His entire being was present and you could tell that not only does he know the material but he lives and practices it. He stayed present with all of us and gave me inspiration to continue to live with myself and others with love and compassion. It was great. Full honesty and emotions were expressed. Thank you!
“The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.” — Peter F. Drucker
There are three ways of dealing with difference: domination, compromise, and integration. By domination only one side gets what it wants; by compromise neither side gets what it wants; by integration we find a way by which both sides may get what they wish. — Mary Parker Follett
The most constructive solutions are those which take into consideration the views of all persons involved and are acceptable to all. Such outcomes are the result of negotiation strategies where the needs of both sides are considered important and an attempt is made to meet all needs. These solutions are appropriately called Win-Win as there are no losers.
While often difficult to arrive at, the process leading to such solutions builds interpersonal relationships, increases motivation and improves commitment. Win-Win solutions are the most desirable outcomes of conflict resolution. — Peter Gabor and Carol Ing