The final exercise of the Assertiveness Skills Course is for each delegate to devise a personal Plan of Action, identifying their individual take-out of the programme, where they know they will practise and areas for development.
Finally we have people identify what will stop them putting this into practise and what support they need to help themselves put the Assertiveness Skills Course work into practise.
Assertiveness is the ability to formulate and communicate one's own thoughts, opinions and wishes in a clear, direct and non-aggressive way.
This test determines whether a lack of assertiveness skills may be keeping you from fulfilling your potential and reaching your goals.
It's also very helpful for people who have a hard time setting priorities because of other people's demands.
This set of assertiveness exercises looks at changing the status you can hold in any situation.
Please examine the following statements and indicate how often or to what degree you agree with the statement.
After finishing the test, you will receive a Snapshot Report with an introduction, a graph and a personalized interpretation for one of your test scores.
It helps people begin to see how a change of behaviour can be an easy, unassertive way of not getting involved in other people's agendas.
These are two assertiveness exercises which deal with conflict resolution and defusing potential arguments.
We look here at the phrases, words, clichés and axioms accommodating people use to apologise, justify and defend themselves and generally use to pad out what they are saying rather than getting to the point.