The book is a good read for someone who knows the model already. It's filled with near verbatim dialogues between Rosenberg and workshop participants - and there is a lot to learn from studying his style, mastery, underlying attitude, and choices of words. But then that's it - the book is basically a collection of dialogues - not a workbook or the like. If you wish to study and practice the NVC model, you may find other books more helpful.
An excellent companion to Marshall's core NVC book, and is great for anyone looking to (whether as an individual, couple, or provider) who is looking to find a better way to communicate with yourself and others. This framework and the exercises have been transformative both for my own practice as a social worker, and within my relationships. I can't say enough how much I highly highly recommend this. Awesome stuff.
Great value here, I simply wish I had this years ago our lives would've been enriched immensely. I wish I had met Marshall before he passed away, but I feel blessed to meet him every day when reading his works and practicing NVC so to me he lives on.
Our study group is taking it a chapter at a time and rotating leadership. This workbook really takes apart each chapter of the book and allows you to assimilate the material. Great guide for the leadership role.
Retraining how we think and talk. Learning that we have been taught to prioritize thoughts over feelings. This book will help you understand your own behavior as well as those of others, and more importantly it will teach you how to build bridges between your self and who ever you have conflict with, be it a spouse, your boss, or a group of colleagues.
Excellent companion workbook to Nonviolent Communication. I've only gotten about a third of the way through it, but it's been wonderful so far. Has really helped with my comprehension of Nonviolent Communication. Great purchase.