top of page
Marshall B. Rosenberg

Marshall B. Rosenberg

Marshall B. Rosenberg was a world-renowned peacemaker, psychologist, and author who dedicated his life to teaching people how to communicate with empathy and respect. He was the founder and director of the Center for Nonviolent Communication, an international non-profit organization that spans across more than 65 countries.

Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1934, Marshall was deeply affected by the violence and discrimination he witnessed growing up in the racially divided city. This sparked within him an early interest in resolving conflicts and seeking peaceful solutions to the world’s problems.

After pursuing a degree in clinical psychology, Marshall developed a novel approach to communication that has since transformed the way people interact with each other. His nonviolent communication model emphasizes empathy, openness, and a deep understanding of the needs and feelings of others.

Marshall authored several transformative books on communications, including the seminal work “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life”, which has been translated into over 30 languages and sold millions of copies worldwide. His work has also been recognized by luminaries such as the Dalai Lama, who called Marshall’s approach “a powerful tool for peace.”

Throughout his life, Marshall tirelessly spread the message of peaceful communication and conflict resolution. He traveled extensively, leading workshops, seminars, and retreats for individuals, families, and organizations around the world. His legacy continues today through the Center for Nonviolent Communication, which carries on his mission of promoting empathy and collaboration and has inspired a global movement for peace and understanding.

In memory of Marshall B. Rosenberg, we celebrate his contributions to humanity and the wisdom he shared with us all. He will always remain an inspiration to all those who strive for peace and understanding in the world.

Questions Balance:

Author Information

Authored Books

"Talk" to your favourite books/authors.

2,000+ books and authors

and counting...

Disclaimer: This is an AI-driven website. Answers from "books" and "authors" might contain inaccuracies and should not be taken at face value. You should consider it parodies.

Enter coupon code "MyFirstTime" at the member's area to get a free 100 questions credit. Limited quantity available.

bottom of page