The age of leaders has come and gone. You must be your own leader now. You must contain the spirit of our time in your own life and your own nature. You must really explore, as you’ve never explored before, what human nature is like. -Laurens Van Der Post
Do you think yourself to be an assertive person? And what does it mean to you? Do you think to be assertive you have to exercise your rights every time? Or to give precedence to other people’s opinions and rights, when the situation calls for it, is being assertive?
It's not always easy to identify truly assertive behavior. This is because there is a fine line between assertiveness and aggression.
Think of someone who has a natural authoritative personality, who executes tasks smoothly and is heard and respected by all. There aren't many of them around, but assertive people stand out in a crowd when you come across them, particularly at work.
In contrast, there are number of aggressive people around us. They will use all the bullying tactics to get their work done and think they're being assertive. To be assertive is to be neither a doormat nor a bully. And what's more, it's possible for anyone to learn how to do it, with a bit of effort and patience.
Work Better Training will guide participants who are still confused about the true sense of being assertive in a practical, interactive and exciting workshop. Our approach will help participants visualize the fine line between being assertive and being downright aggressive.
After our intense yet realistic workshop, participants will be able to realize the impact of using right words at the right time. Focus will also be on the importance of a transparent communication and how to express your negative feedback in positive manner. Remember, an assertive employee can be your future leader if guided in a proper way.
Work Better Training
214, Hari Om Plaza, Next to Omkareshwar Temple, Opp. National Park, Borivali East, Mumbai, 400 066