De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds Or Less
Simon and Schuster, 2017 M09 12 - 256 páginas
Written by award-winning author, highly experienced mediator, and co-founder of the Prison of Peace project, Douglas E. Noll, De-Escalate gives you the proven process to calm any angry person or volatile situation in 90 seconds or less.
Based on the practical experience of a master mediator and grounded in the latest findings in neuroscience, Douglas Noll offers his proven process—to empower you to successfully and efficiently de-escalate an angry person or volatile situation in 90 seconds or less—and how to apply this skill in all areas of life.
We live in a more socially polarized time nationally and globally than ever before, as arguments easily flare up, aggression and bullying rises, and lines are drawn over politics, religion, and ideology. De-Escalate provides a new set of social listening and communication skills that solve the problem of what to do with angry, emotional people.
The quick and effective techniques detailed in De-Escalate will help anyone dealing with this increase in anger from outside sources or anger in themselves. With simple, easy-to-understand steps, De-Escalate walks you through real-life examples and scenario-based conversations in order to create resolutions, build emotional intelligence, and cultivate empathy and healing. This book will teach the precise tools to master becoming a peacemaker, cultivating ways to co-exist and co-respect others in an increasingly hostile world.
The Secret Revealed 1
Affect Labeling in Action 23
After Restoring the Calm Then What? The Range of ProblemSolving Possibilities
Minimum Coercion Maximum Listening
The Art of Core Messaging
Be an Affect Label Leader
The Power of SelfAwareness
A Master Skill for Teachers
How to Be Civil in an Uncivil Society
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