Being Assertive

Being Assertive


Being assertive is a must skill for every employee. Whether someone is starting their career or playing people leadership role, being assertive is must. It helps the person draw healthy boundaries to protect their time, energy and overall effectiveness. Yet most employees struggle to say “No”. Those who say “No” do it with guilt which further hampers their confidence and competence to perform at optimal level.

When employees communicate assertively, it helps them in many ways. It reduces the feeling on anxiety and stress; they are more confident and effective in their work and more importantly it helps them build great relationships at workplace.

Our Being Assertive program focuses on building your ability to say no/ yes, set healthy boundaries, communicate disagreements comfortably and a lot more.

What Will You Learn?
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    Assertiveness At Workplace
    Common Myths about being assertive
    Passive Aggressive Vs Aggressive Vs Assertive Communication
    Identify the barriers of being assertive
    Speaking Up
    Demonstrating Confidence
    Drawing boundaries for effective communication
    Saying “NO”
    Assertive Communication Techniques
    Empathetic Listening
    Broken record method of being assertive
    Verbal framing method of being assertive
    Dealing with feedback
    Handling criticism
    Dealing with workload
    Handling aggressive people

    Communication Development

    Career Development

    Outcome: Why Should You Attend?

    Being assertive is a key skill for every employee in the organization. The experiential training helps the participants gain insights on how to be more assertive while communicating. Some of the outcomes of the workshop are:

    Understand different types of behaviors
    Eliminate personal barriers or challenges of being assertive
    Say No/ Yes without feeling guilty
    Handle critical feedback effectively
    Develop strategies to act with authority than reactive passively

    Leadership Development

    Our Methodology

    Blending Learning Approach is followed all through the workshop. Instructor lead discussions, assessments, case-studies, audio/ video lessons, games are some of the tools that are used during the training program.

    Who Should Attend?

    This program is designed for individuals who believe that they want to be assertive while interacting with others and want to develop the skill to be more assertive effortlessly.

    Some of our past participants were, new hires, senior associates, team leads, managers, sales teams, business leads, are some of the participants of our past workshops.