Author: Marshall Rosenberg
Marshall Rosenberg (1934-2015) was an American psychologist, mediator, and author known for developing Nonviolent Communication (NVC). NVC, often referred to as compassionate communication, is a method that emphasizes empathy, connection, and peaceful resolution of conflicts. NVC provides a framework for clear and empathetic communication based on four key components: observation, feeling, need, and request. Throughout his career, Rosenberg conducted workshops and training sessions worldwide, teaching NVC principles to various audiences, including educators, therapists, peacemakers, and individuals seeking personal growth. His teachings have had a profound impact on interpersonal relationships, conflict resolution, and empathy-building practices across different fields.