ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING AIMSYou want to be more assertive in the workplace but lack the confidence to be so? You’re looking for tips and techniques on how to be more assertive with customers and colleagues? This course in confidence and assertiveness reveals the fundamental techniques of this essential management skills.
ONLINE ASSERTIVENESS TRAININGThe online assertiveness and confidence skills module prepares learners for further face-to-face learning and facilitation with a broad understanding of how to be assertive and confidence-building skills. The e-learning assertiveness course modules include…
What Does Confidence Mean To You?
- What is Assertiveness?
- What is Self-Confidence?
- The Four Styles
Obstacles to Our Goals
- Types of Negative Thinking
- Case Study
- Personal Application
- Listening and Hearing: They Aren’t the Same Thing
- Asking Questions
- Body Language
Feeling the Part
- Identifying and Addressing Strengths and Weaknesses
- The Role of Body Language
Sounding the Part
- It’s How You Say It
- Sounding Confident
- Using ‘I’ Messages
- Using STAR To Make Your Case
- Building Rapport
- Expressing Disagreement
- Coming to Consensus
Dealing with Difficult Behavior
- Dealing with Difficult Situations
- Key Tactics
ASSERTIVENESS SKILLS FACILITATIONDuring our in house assertiveness training, your workers will reap the benefits of a professional facilitator and coach guiding you through six hours of interactive and face to face assertiveness activities and role plays. The in house assertiveness course directs students to meeting these aims and outcomes:
• To improve assertive behaviour in the workplace.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• Describe what is meant by ‘assertive behaviour’.
• Identify the differences between assertive, submissive and aggressive behaviours.
• Describe the benefits of behaving in a more assertive way.
• Make use of effective techniques for behaving more assertively when dealing with others.
• Learn more about their own preferred behaviours and the impact that ego states can have.
• Describe useful strategies for dealing with difficult situations.
MOBILE ASSERTIVENESS MODULESYou’ll experience the benefits of your new assertiveness skills and your confidence back in the workplace and amongst your fellow employees. So how will you recall your learning back in your office when you need it? Reassuringly, we’ve an app for that. Your essential communication models are accessible from your mobile in handy 60-seconds reminders. Delivered in an animated style with professional voice-overs you’re only ever a mobile phone or tablet away from a helpful ‘bite-sized’ recall of your new assertiveness and confidence techniques.
- Who Is It For?
- Why This Course?
- SAMPLE: Assertiveness
- Assertiveness & Confidence Handbook
- CPD Certificate
An assertive person is confident and direct in dealing with others. Assertive communications promote fairness and equality in human interactions, based on a positive sense of respect for self and others. It is the direct communication of a person’s needs, wants, and opinions without punishing, threatening, or putting down another person.
Assertive behavior includes the ability to stand up for a person’s legitimate rights – without violating the rights of others or being overly fearful in the process. A skill that can be learned, assertive behavior is situationally specific; meaning different types of assertive behavior can be used in different situations.
Assertive behavior involves three categories of skills; self-affirmation, expressing positive feelings, and expressing negative feelings. Each will be explored during this course.
What is Self-Confidence?
Self-confidence is a belief in oneself, one’s abilities, or one’s judgment. It is freedom from doubt. When you believe you can change things — or make a difference in a situation, you are much more likely to succeed.
As a self-confident person, you walk with a bounce in your step. You can control your thoughts and emotions and influence others. You are more prepared to tackle everyday challenges and recover from setbacks. This all leads to a greater degree of optimism and life satisfaction.
The Four Styles
There are four styles of communication: Passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, and assertive.
Example of The Passive Person
Passive behavior is the avoidance of the expression of opinions or feelings, protecting one’s rights, and identifying and meeting one’s needs. Passive individuals exhibit poor eye contact and slumped body posture, and tend to speak softly or apologetically. Passives express statements implying that:
- “I’m unable to stand up for my rights.”
- “I don’t know what my rights are.”
- “I get stepped on by everyone.”
- “I’m weak and unable to take care of myself.”
- “People never consider my feelings.”
As a delegate with this assertiveness course you’ll get a detailed handbook including a duplicate of the presentation and notes to work through and implement your learning along with mind maps and cheat sheet.
Train in a Day will have a handbook for each delegate bound and printed, and delivered by courier to your own offices.
Students find that the assertiveness and confidence handbook works effectively as an essential reference as well as a file of the learning.
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YOUR TRAINER FOR THIS ASSERTIVENESS SKILLS COURSE
Helen Hinds MCIPD delivers assertiveness and confidence training courses to commercial and public sector organisations to help staff to be more assertive and grow in confidence.
Helen is a Chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Having written an impressive portfolio of management courses for line managers, Helen brings a unique wealth of experience and insight to this assertiveness and confidence training course.
All our trainers are practitioners in their key subject areas and bring their experience in the field directly into the training room.
YOUR ASSERTIVENESS COURSE OPTIONSOur commitment to blended learning begins with online learning. Learners walk through the principles of how to be assertive prior to their classroom session. In the training room, our learning is supported by the opportunity to role play workplace scenarios that build confidence and assertiveness. Lasting 6 hours, your course is managed by an experienced trainer whose one objective would be to assist you to progress your mastery of assertiveness through appropriate training interventions. Get in touch with a training advisor and lets discuss exactly how we can progress your skills.