Sharon Ellison: Taking the War Out of Our Words: The Art of Powerful Non-Defensive Communication
Douglas Stone, et al (Harvard Negotiation Project): Difficult Conversations: How To Discuss What Matters Most
more recommended books…
The Chinese word for “busy” is composed of two characters: “heart” and ‘killing”.
Additional Resources & Connections:
Terri’s note: While I can highly recommend many of these resources from personal experience, I am not personally familiar with all of them. Please use your own judgment and guidance to select resources that best suit your style, preferences, and needs.
Nevada County NVC http://ncnvc.org
Peter Cohen hosts local practice groups in Nevada City @ The Magic Carpet
408 Broad St., Nevada City CA
Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC)
55 Santa Clara Ave, Suite 203
Oakland, CA 94610
tel: 510 433-0700 or toll free: 866 4BAYNVC
This is a bay area organization which supports the work of CNVC, many bay area NVC projects, teaching and training people in NVC.
Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC)
2428 Foothill Blvd. Suite E
Las Cresenta, CA 91214
tel: 818 957-9393 fax: 818 957-1424
This is an international organization which supports NVC projects, teaching and training people in NVC and Marshall’s work all over the world.
PuddleDancer Press 1-858-278-2649, 1-877-843-2924
PuddleDancer Press publishes many Nonviolent Communication-related works, including Marshall Rosenberg’s books, Lucy Leu’s NVC Companion Workbook, and a series of NVC booklets that apply these powerful NVC concepts to different aspects of our lives. We also maintain a library of resource materials including articles about NVC and tool kits for those who wish to support the spread of NVC.