NVC+Elements: Schmerzpunte
In NVC-plus, there is an opportunity to take a stand on an unpleasant situation by naming the pain points you are experiencing. A pain point is not a no-go, but it does show that the team is navigating a person's boundary issues. If that is clearly named by the person, it gives the others the opportunity to be able to take that information into account for the rest of the journey. However, they don't necessarily have to, because otherwise it would be a no-go. Some may need support or a bit of a run-up for the necessary clarity of the communication. This is also clearly a pain point, as it is not a common objection. The pain point is where the factual issues and the personal reactions come together.
Additional card Z2
NVC-plus has some tool cards and a few additional cards. The additional card Z2 is the card that explains the pain points. The no-goes and must-haves, on the other hand, can be found on the tool card T2.1. The good thing about using pain points to take a stand is that you take responsibility for an unpleasant situation and do not project it onto others or blame it on circumstances. So you don't say "You didn't turn off the lights in the closet again. Don't you ever think about the environment. You can't do that." In this sentence, the other person, the chamber and the environment are present. Only oneself has not found a place in it. Therefore, the sentence appears as a dominant claim. If one says instead, "You left the light on in the chamber again. This is a pain point of mine. It hurts me because it makes me think of the environment," then you yourself have found space in the sentence. The Argentine coach Fred Koffman spoke of the position of nowhere, from which the first version of the statement was spoken. If one refuses to take one's own position while at the same time being more emotional, it is subsequently difficult to communicate with one another. On the other hand, at NVC-plus we want to avoid long discussions, because that often brings far too little in relation to the result. So one sentence is enough to give the others the information they need to avoid a cliff. If they don't want to do that, it can be endured, or tackled at the right time with classic NVC (non-violent communication).
The map is part of a map set that you can find in the book, in the app or in the downloads. There are also presentations and print files in the store. The cards are explained in the book, in the print files of the spiral books, in the presentations and in the card set with the explanations.
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life-supporting     organic     self-organized Gabriel Fritsch - System development and method design
In NVC-plus, there is an opportunity to take a stand on an unpleasant situation by naming the pain points you are experiencing. A pain point is not a no-go, but it does show that the team is navigating a person's boundary issues. If that is clearly named by the person, it gives the others the opportunity to be able to take that information into account for the rest of the journey. However, they don't necessarily have to, because otherwise it would be a no-go. Some may need support or a bit of a run-up for the necessary clarity of the communication. This is also clearly a pain point, as it is not a common objection. The pain point is where the factual issues and the personal reactions come together.
Additional card Z2
NVC-plus has some tool cards and a few additional cards. The additional card Z2 is the card that explains the pain points. The no-goes and must- haves, on the other hand, can be found on the tool card T2.1. The good thing about using pain points to take a stand is that you take responsibility for an unpleasant situation and do not project it onto others or blame it on circumstances. So you don't say "You didn't turn off the lights in the closet again. Don't you ever think about the environment. You can't do that." In this sentence, the other person, the chamber and the environment are present. Only oneself has not found a place in it. Therefore, the sentence appears as a dominant claim. If one says instead, "You left the light on in the chamber again. This is a pain point of mine. It hurts me because it makes me think of the environment," then you yourself have found space in the sentence. The Argentine coach Fred Koffman spoke of the position of nowhere, from which the first version of the statement was spoken. If one refuses to take one's own position while at the same time being more emotional, it is subsequently difficult to communicate with one another. On the other hand, at NVC-plus we want to avoid long discussions, because that often brings far too little in relation to the result. So one sentence is enough to give the others the information they need to avoid a cliff. If they don't want to do that, it can be endured, or tackled at the right time with classic NVC (non-violent communication).
The map is part of a map set that you can find in the book, in the app or in the downloads. There are also presentations and print files in the store. The cards are explained in the book, in the print files of the spiral books, in the presentations and in the card set with the explanations.
DOWNLOADS  NVC-plus APP  BOOK 
NVC-plus Painpoints
life-supporting organic self-organized
Gabriel Fritsch System development and method design