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Mon, Apr 03



Assertive Speaking Skills for Professionals - How to ask for what you want and get it!

Learn Techniques to Help You to Communicate Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Wants Firmly and Directly!

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Assertive Speaking Skills for Professionals - How to ask for what you want and get it!

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Apr 03, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT


About the event

  • Do you avoid speaking up, are worried you may upset others or are unsure how to articulate your message?
  • Do you often feel you fail to get your opinions heard or that people readily dismiss or undermine your views?
  • Do you typically consider others’ feelings, having made too many compromises in the past that have left you feeling unfulfilled and empty?
  • Would you like to tell people what you think and feel and set boundaries when necessary?

Being assertive isn’t synonymous with being aggressive or unfriendly. Instead, it is the ability to express yourself confidently, firmly, fairly, and empathetically.

If assertiveness has never been your strong suit — or if you sometimes wonder if you’re being too rigid, soft, or flexible — you’ll welcome the training this webinar provides.

Assertive communication is a valuable skill for emerging leaders, new managers, and people who are more introverted in social situations.

When you know how to communicate assertively, you can say “no” without feeling guilty, set boundaries to protect your time, priorities, and goals, articulate requests clearly and confidently, and deal with awkward situations easily.

This webinar will show you:

  1. How to be more assertive, so you can stand up for yourself and become a strong and confident communicator.
  2. How to ask for information without seeming combative
  3. How to identify and present your options or opinions without arguing positions.

Who should attend? 

  • New managers need to be more assertive with their teams.
  • Emerging leaders who want to communicate more clearly and confidently.
  • Passive communicators who want to speak more directly and honestly.
  • People who are fearful of saying "no" and setting boundaries.
  • People who are tired of being invisible or constantly interrupted in group situations.
  • People who fear speaking up assertively need to overcome their fears.
  • People starting a new job or team wants to establish assertive boundaries.
  • People who have difficulty protecting their time, priorities, and goals.

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