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  • 1. Assertive Communication Skills
  • 2. Assertiveness describes someone who behaves confidently and is notfrightened to say what they want or believe
  • 3. Being Assertive is not the same as being aggressiveBeing aggressive means standing up for yourself in ways that violate the rights of others.
  • 4. What causes people to avoid being assertive?Fear of displeasing othersFear of not being liked
  • 5.  Do you ask for help if you need it? Do you express anger and annoyance appropriately? Do you ask questions when youre confused? Do you volunteer your opinions when you think or feel differently from others? Are you able to say "no" when you dont want to do something? Do you speak with a generally confident manner, communicating caring and strength? Do you look at people when youre talking to them? How Assertive Are You?
  • 6. Types of Assertion1. Basic Assertion This is a simple, straightforward expression of your beliefs, feelings, or opinions. Its usually a simple "I want" or "I feel" statement.
  • 7. 2. Empathic Assertion: This conveys some sensitivity to the other person"I know youve really been busy, but I want to feel that our relationship is important to you. I want you to make time for me and for us."
  • 8. 3. Escalating Assertion: This occurs when the other person fails to respond to your basic assertion and continues to violate your rights.You gradually escalate the assertion and become increasingly firm.
  • 9. 4. I-Language Assertion This is especially useful for expressing negative feelings. It involves a 3-part statement: When you do . . . (describe the behavior). The effects are . . . (describe how the behavior concretely affects you). Id prefer. . . (describe what you want).I-Language Assertion can help you constructively focus that anger and be clear about your own feelings.
  • 10. Being Assertive Power of Positive Beliefs Being Direct Focus on Facts Focus on Consequences Stop Put Down Behavior
  • 11. Why is Assertiveness Important? DepressionResentment Frustration
  • 12. The AssertiveBill Of Rights
  • 13. I Have The Right To Be Treated With Respect
  • 14. I Have The Right To Have And Express My OwnFeelings And Opinions
  • 15. I Have The Right To Be Listened ToAnd Taken Seriously
  • 16. I Have The Right To SetMy Own Priorities
  • 17. I Have The Right To Say NoWithout Feeling Guilty
  • 18. I Have The Right To AskFor What I Want
  • 19. I Have The Right To Get What I Pay For
  • 20. I Have The RightTo Make Mistakes
  • 21. I Have The Right To Assert Myself, Even Though I MayInconvenience Others
  • 22. I Have The Right To ChooseNot To Assert Myself
  • 23. The most powerful assertivenesstechnique is to repeat your command with the confidence of a child
  • 24. Assertiveness is not what you do, its who you are!
  • 25. Steps to become more assertive Realize where changes are needed and believe in your rights. Figure out appropriate ways of asserting yourself in each specific situation that concerns you. Practice giving assertive responses. Try being assertive in real life situations.
  • 26. Chinese Proverb‘He who asks is a fool for five minutes but hewho does not ask remains a fool forever’

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