Assertiveness – learn to be the best of you


Assertiveness - learn to be the best of you

If you have hard time saying “NO” to people or you feel you cannot offer your real opinion on different topics because this may create conflict, you have come in the right place. 

Do you lack of courage to speak up for yourself because if you are not saying in the right way you will live the consequences? If you like to learn more about how to better express yourself, you are in the right place.

This course is design with: 

  1. clear information, 
  2. examples to improve your understanding of assertiveness and help you implement the methods to enhance your communication. 
  3. practical exercises and quizzes 

Here is what we will cover:

1.  Understanding Assertiveness

  • Passiveness
  • Aggressiveness
  • Passive-aggression
  • Assertiveness

2.  Understanding Self-esteem

  • Self-confidence and Efficacy
  • Self-respect and self-worth
  • Differences between Low self-esteem, Healthy self- esteem, and False Ego

3.  Self-perception

  • “Bill of rights”
  • Self-talk
  • Practices that increase Self-respect and healthy self-worth

4.  People’s perception

  • Walk the walk
  • Talk the talk

5.  Your personal level of assertiveness

  • Personality types
  • Roles
  • Strategies

6.  Appropriate personal assertiveness

  • Communicating with the significant other
  • Parenting children
  • Being assertive with your parents
  • Parenting parents

7.  Appropriate workplace/business assertiveness

  • Examples of workplace assertiveness
  • “Constructive Criticism” – Feedback
  • Avoiding Passive Aggression at Work
  • How to assertively ask for a raise

8.  How to be an Assertive Buyer

  • Passive consumers
  • Aggressive customers
  • Assertive consumer

9.  Raising assertive children

  • Teaching assertiveness by telling
  • Teaching assertiveness by modeling

10.  Myths that Discourage Assertive Behavior

  • Anxiety
  • Modesty
  • Good friend
  • Obligation
  • Gender role myths
  • Strength of an issue

Start Now Assertiveness – learn to be the best of you


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