Organizational Communication with NVC

People thrive on information. On the receiving side of things, individuals are happier and more productive when they’ve been told exactly what is expected of them. On the sending side, the ability to effectively convey your thoughts to others is paramount to success. People who don’t communicate well suffer the consequences of having work done incorrectly and having employees or co-workers who are continually frustrated.
Organizational communication among coworkers means that all employees have better access to the information they need to do their jobs well. It is also the basis of effective teamwork. Team members must be constantly in communication - explaining, listening, discussing, and keeping one another up to date. Organizational communication ensures accountability because everyone knows who’s responsible for what. Organizational communication ensures more consistency, since everyone is on the same page when it comes to procedures and work rules. Ineffective organizational communications are often the leading and root cause of employee job dissatisfaction identified in employee attitude surveys.
Nonviolent Communication is the integration of four things consciousness, language, communication, and means of influence. NVC serves our desire to do increase our ability to live with choice, meaning, and connection, connect empathically with self and others to have more satisfying relationships, sharing of resources so everyone is able to benefit.

Therapeutic skills of nonviolent communication can help professionals become a better communicator. The principles of nonviolent communication can be applied to improve relationships and to reduce coercive, punitive communication. It can also help professionals to promote more satisfying intimate relationships in which both partners feel respected and have their needs met.

NVC is affecting cultural shifts as institutions, corporations and governments integrate NVC consciousness into their organizational structures and their approach to leadership.

  • This organizational communication training course will help you master the human relation skills demanded in today's tough business environment.
    • Increase communication effectiveness
    • Strengthen interpersonal relationships,
    • Manage occupational and personal stress
    • Handle fast-changing workplace conditions
    • Develop their interpersonal skills and
    • Build rapport with others in the workplace
    • Learn how influence works and strengthen your own skills at influence and persuasion.
    • Be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader
    • Develop a take-charge attitude to initiate with confidence and enthusiasm
This business-orientated course is also helpful to those providing or selling a service to others, as well as people responsible for managing communication across teams and the organization. This course will be of great interest to existing junior managers or those wishing to move into the managerial level and who would like to develop organizational communication skills. It will also be of interest to learners who would like to develop communication skills needed for advancement within any business or organization.

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