YouTube Videos

For your convenience I’ve embedded many of the videos into the page so you can view them directly from here. 

    1. The Basics of Nonviolent Communication
    2. Empathy Documentary
    3. Restorative Circles
    4. Christine King and Jean Morrison
    5. NVC India
    6. Conflict Hotline
    7. Creating Workplaces Where People Thrive
    8. Maximizing Willingness for Collaboration Decision-Making

 

 

 

 

1.   The Basics of Nonviolent Communication

Short introduction by Marshall for those in a hurry (19 minutes)

httpvp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=7DD7A9C2749D46A2

Marshall Rosenberg in 2000 – this just over 3 hours long!

httpvp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=ED9A07FB9E213654

2.   Empathy Documentary

Various NVC folk talking about empathy. There are many videos in this documentary project and this is only a selection of them. Even so it’s nearly 2 hours long!

httpvp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=81D4282B420ABA2B

 

3.   Restorative Circles

Dominic Barter on the method he pioneered in Brazil

More free videos on Restorative Circles can be found here.

4.   Christine King and Jean Morrison

5 videos from NVC Santa Cruz (total 14 minutes)

httpvp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=B6E5E958ECD67FB7

 

5.  NVC India

Videos recorded at the 2010 International NVC Convention (33 minutes)

httpvp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=85868555D8129D99

 

6.  Conflict Hotline

In the Conflict Hotline TV Show, Miki Kashtan coaches BayNVC collaborative trainers and advanced practitioners as they role-play conflicts that viewers send in or call in to our live television show! Conflict Hotline is produced and directed by Lou Zweier with an all-volunteer production crew in the studios of Berkeley Community Media.

You can find all the shows by following this link.

Here’s the taster for the show:

7.  Creating Workplaces Where People Thrive

Gregg Kendrick addressing NVC in the workplace (1 hour 27 mins)

8. Maximizing Willingness for Collaboration Decision-Making

Miki Kashtan (1 hour 25 mins)

 

 

 
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