WEBINAR ENGLISH.docx - SLIDE 2 Since today people are more individualistic and they don’t have patience they have a violent communication An example

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SLIDE 2 Since today people are more individualistic and they don’t have patience, they have a violent communication. An example of this is traffic. People don't have the patience to wait when a car is parking or leaving, and they end up being angry and violent. SLIDE 3 Empathy: Your Connection with Others Self-Empathy: Your Connection with Yourself SLIDE 4 1) No one likes to receive bad news, but some people react to it badly and violently. So, we have to know how to handle this news. 2) Dale Carnegie, one of the leading names in interpersonal / human relations, said: “we may disagree with others, but in a friendly way” 3) When you talk to each other non-violently, you can know the other person's feelings and needs. EX: why did she do what she did? To get attention? 4) Listening is different from listening. There are people who listen but do not listen, do
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Unformatted text preview: not pay attention to details. Also, many people can't speak no, usually more outgoing and patient people. 5) Within a company is essential because one depends on the other. In addition, they live together every day. SLIDE 5 Read SLIDE 6 Empathy is listening carefully SLIDE 7 Read and say listen carefully SLIDE 8 Be honest, speak what your think SLIDE 9 Read and finish Behind a behavior has a need. People behave according to their experiences. When the person speaks aggressively, he wants attention. In a company one should never customize conversations, as often the person needs attention and talk to someone. ONE OF THE GREAT LEARNINGS FROM THE NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION AND YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR FEELING AND BEHAVIOR. AND YOU STOP JUDGING AND BLAMING OTHERS FOR YOUR ATTITUDES....
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