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  1. Nikasa says:
    Assertiveness is based on balance. It requires being forthright about your wants and needs, while still considering the rights, needs and wants of others. When you're assertive, you are self assured and draw power from this to get your point across firmly, fairly and with empathy. Aggressive behavior is based on winning.
  2. Nirg says:
    positiveness, positivism, positivity - a quality or state characterized by certainty or acceptance or affirmation and dogmatic assertiveness bumptiousness, cockiness, forwardness, pushiness - offensive boldness and assertiveness Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
  3. Datilar says:
    Next, think of a situation that is coming up in the next week in which you could use your assertiveness skills. Begin with a scenario that is easier, for example, giving your opinion or saying “No” to more familiar people, and then try it in more difficult situations. Try it out .
  4. Fenriramar says:
    Assertiveness is a “stable and distinctive individual characteristic by which healthy and unhealthy persons may be distinguished” (Vagos & Pereira, ). Assertive behaviors can be proactive or reactive as well as verbal or nonverbal, so one can assert .
  5. Dutilar says:
    Someone who is assertive behaves confidently and is not frightened to say what they want or believe: If you really want the promotion, you'll have to be more assertive.
  6. Nell says:
    as·ser·tive (ə-sûr′tĭv) adj. Inclined to bold or confident assertion; aggressively self-assured. as·ser′tive·ly adv. as·ser′tive·ness n. assertive (əˈsɜːtɪv) adj 1. confident and direct in claiming one's rights or putting forward one's views 2. given to making assertions or bold .
  7. Yozshubei says:
    Synonyms for assertiveness at protcadabbcrafiramtoracycbedyran.xyzinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for assertiveness.
  8. Gosho says:
    Assertiveness What is Assertiveness? Assertiveness is the ability to honestly express your opinions, feelings, attitudes, and rights, without undue anxiety, in a way that doesn't infringe on the rights of others.
  9. Mikakazahn says:
    Mar 15,  · Assertiveness is the skill of effective communication and negotiation. Being assertive means being able to stand up for what you believe is right, ask for what you want, and say no to what you don’t want in a way that’s confident, calm, and respectful.
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