Mime Maestro Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy

Assertive Leadership Stage Communication Training

Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's Assertive Leadership Stage  Communication Training

Assertiveness is the form of communication in which you express your needs, opinions, feelings and beliefs in direct, honest and appropriate ways. It means standing up for your own rights in ways that do not violate another's or put the other person down. It leads towards a win-win situation.

Assertive behavior is respectful of yourself and others. It equalizes the balance of power between two parties and clears the way for honest relationships, mutual trust and open two-way communication. Assertiveness involves taking personal responsibility for your actions and their consequences. You can say "no" without feeling uncomfortable, guilty, apologetic, demeaning or demanding.

This Assertive Leadership Stage  Communication Training course provides numerous tools for developing your positive assertiveness. It is an active, participatory program with individual, partner and group writing, speaking, thinking and movement exercises. There is time devoted to practice the skills as well as time to reflect on the impact of being assertive (as opposed to being aggressive or non-assertive) in your working environment. Practical examples will be drawn from your own work and life experience.

                                  Learning Objectives

  • Understand the distinction between three fundamental communication behaviors: assertive, non-assertive and aggressive
  • Identify and overcome the barriers to being assertive
  • Apply effective Leadership Stage Assertive skills techniques using voice, words and body language
  • Utilize and interpret nonverbal cues effectively
  • Balance professionalism and friendliness in conversing with clients
  • Refine your communication skills for positive assertiveness
  • Practice techniques of assertive listening and speaking
  • Create motivation to incorporate assertiveness in your daily work life

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