This topic contains a range of tools to help you run a session on assessertiveness.
Use this tool to provide an objective assessment of how participants think and act and how these behaviours are seen by others.
This tool can be used to help participants to better understand and develop assertive behaviour through practice role-plays.
Use this tool to introduce participants to the key assertive skills and techniques that can be used with difficult people or difficult situations.
Use this tool to help participants understand how the way they think affects their behaviour. It shows how our thinking can make it easier to feel and be assertive and how it can undermine our good intentions.
You can use this tool to help participants ensure that their thoughts support their assertive behaviour.
Use this tool to help participants understand the real and powerful links between our thinking, our behaviour and the outcomes we experience, giving them an opportunity to see how they link together in a situation of particular relevance to them.
Use this tool to use simple and effective techniques to help participants protect themselves, to stay assertive and even to help the manipulator communicate openly and honestly.
You can use this tool to provide a structured approach to developing assertive behaviour in situations related to participants' goals and to improve transfer of learning from classroom to workplace and provide useful information for evaluation.