ASSERTIVENESS: GETTING YOUR THINKING RIGHT
Assertiveness is a relatively new skill for humans. Many of us find ourselves somewhere on the spectrum of passive, passive-aggressive and aggressive behaviours. Assertiveness is a different way of thinking and behaving. Find out what those differences are and how to think like an assertive person.
- What is assertiveness – and what it’s not
- Identify your default thinking style and whether or not that’s working for you
- Understand and choose appropriate alternatives
- Assertiveness – mini scenarios
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