In this micro-session, Maria Maldonado, MD, FACP, Well-being Champion for the New York ACP Chapter and Associate Professor of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, guides you through using the Nonviolent Communication model to articulate the relationship between feelings and needs and help you and colleagues reach your goals with steps and a complement self-guided exercise towards conflict resolution for win-win outcomes.
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