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Crossing the Communication Chasm

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Nikki Akparewa

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Transcript of Crossing the Communication Chasm

The Empowerment Dynamic
It's All in our Communication
Presented by Nikki E. Akparewa, RN, MSN/MPH
Getting Out of Your Own Way
The Dreaded Drama Triangle
Four Components of Non-Violent Communication
Our needs don't get met when...
Dr. Neha's Five Levels of Agreement
What does authentic communication do?
Makes it easier to get your needs met.

Keeps you happy, healthy and whole knowing that you are doing the best that you can.
Observe
what are we observing others saying or doing that is either enriching or not enriching our life?
Feel
how do we feel when observing the action?, i.e. hurt, scared, joyful, amused, irritated
Need
what needs of ours are connected to the feelings we have identified?
Request
the concrete action we request in order to enhance our lives
We are inauthentic in our communication

When we let the dramas control our communication

When we allow shame, guilt and demands to rule our communication


Pathway to disconnection: Interrogate---Judge---Fix
What role do you frequently play?
What need is being met by playing (x) role?
1. Acknowledge
2. Positive Interest
3. Qualified Yes
4. Clear Yes
5. Details Confirmed
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Historical and Cultural Challenges to Authentic Communication
We have been programmed to think in terms of 'good' 'bad' 'right' & 'wrong'. Essentially we judge & evaluate instead of communicate.
Why do you think we have so many challenges communicating with others?
Communicating Non-Violently
Be impeccable with your word

Don't take anything personally

Don't make assumptions.

Always do your best.
Nikki, when
I see
socks under the coffee table
I feel
irritated because
I am needing
more order in the room that we share in common.
Would you be willing
to put your socks in your room or in the washing machine?”
Resources
Center for Non-Violent Communication
https://www.cnvc.org/

Dr. Neha Patel
http://doctorneha.com/

The Power of TED: The Key to Creating an Extraordinary Life
David Emerald

The Four Agreements
Don Miguel Ruiz
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