assertiveness


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It becomes about your anger, and that subverts your purpose." Effective assertiveness means toning your pitch right down the middle, aiming for quiet dignity.
Here are three simple ways to practice assertiveness: Express yourself | Don't assume that others intuitively know what you need.
They are not saying anything now that Tsipras' assertiveness and toughness has brought Greece to the brink of an economic nuclear winter, the government having been given less than a week to agree to the reforms wanted by institutions in order to receive funding.
Little research has focused on the effect of sexual assertiveness on male sexual victimization (Santos-Iglesias & Sierra, 2010).
Verdi 2004, investigated effect of life skills on assertiveness, self esteem and responsibility of girl students in first grade of high school at Ahvaz.
China's assertiveness over South and East Asia seas drives regional neighbors to US - and the current US-Chinese relationship is not sustainable
While the book is for both men and women, a special chapter is devoted to women and assertiveness. It offers advice on dealing with criticism, making and refusing requests, and preventing and resolving conflict, and provides guidelines for dealing with common challenges in healthcare and social care settings, such as setting boundaries and breaking bad news.
Japan's concerns about security stem chiefly from China's maritime assertiveness and North Korea's missile and nuclear development programs.
In the framework of the social skills construct, assertiveness is defined as interpersonal behavior that allows the direct expression of one's feelings, without cognitive distortions or anxiety, combining verbal and nonverbal components, and the defense of one's rights, while respecting those of others (Ames & Flynn, 2007; Caso & Hernandez, 2007; Dietz, Jennings & Abrew, 2005; GoldbergLillehoj; Harman, Hansen, Cochran, & Lindsey, 2005; Monjas & Gonzalez, 2000; Riso, 1988; Swanson, 2007; Trianes, Blanca, Garcia, Munoz, & Fernandez, 2007; Turner, 1992).
Social skills include: interpersonal behaviors needed to make and keep friends, such as joining in and giving compliments; peer-related social skills valued by classmates, such as sharing and working cooperatively; teacher-pleasing social skills related to academic success, such as listening and following directions; self-related behaviors, such as following through and dealing with stress; communication skills, such as attending to the speaker; and assertiveness skills.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton left on Wednesday on a visit to Asia and the Pacific to strengthen ties with China&'s neighbors, which have become increasingly nervous surrounding Beijing&'s increasing assertiveness....
THE Downing Street contenders need to show assertiveness but not aggression tonight during tonight's live TV debate, according to speech and body language experts.
The study has found that informal leaders were better liked and more sought after for advice when they hit middle 'sweet spot' between two facets of extroversion- assertiveness and warmth.
This age is favorable for the development of responsibility, assurance (assertiveness), autonomy, ability to actively participate in society and their personal lives, to constructively address various problems of self-determination.
It also provided social support, assertiveness training and preceptor training.