Being assertive can be a challenge for many of us and finding the appropriate way is not always easy. This workshop helps participants by providing practical advice and approaches to being assertive.

Max 12 participants
100 mins


On your business

  • Achieve company outcomes healthy assertiveness facilitates a more driven culture at work, meaning company goals can be met and outcomes delivered.
  • Greater wellbeing being able to say “no” increases levels of boundary setting between team members, leading to a greater feeling of respect within the workplace.
  • Reduce absenteeism having a healthy level of assertion and boundary setting reduces levels of burnout and stress related illnesses among employees. 

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Understand what healthy assertiveness looks like and how they can use it in the workplace 
  • Know what psychological barriers they face in being assertive, and how they can take steps to overcome them. 
  • Be equipped with the skills to tackle an upcoming situation in which they would like to be more assertive 
  • Create a plan of action for that situation that takes in to account the correct mindset and approach 
  • Take practical steps in order to better manage their own level of assertiveness in the future. 

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The ability to be confident and assertive is essential to progress within a work environment. However, situations arise in the workplace where it may be more challenging to apply a correct level of assertiveness – sometimes the greatest challenge is saying no! Everyone faces different obstacles when it comes to being assertive – conquering them is key to producing candid and productive working relationships.  In this workshop participants will explore the psychological barriers to being assertive and how these can be overcome to create successful outcomes, including how to say “no” and get it right.

They will also consider what healthy assertion looks like – after all, assertiveness comes in many forms and is not   simply about being the loudest person in the room! This knowledge is then embedded with the opportunity to practice applying it to a real-life situation where the participant wishes to be more assertive. They will consider the mindset, approach and actions they will take to make it a success. Participants will leave with an action plan for approaching future situations such as this in the workplace, and practical tips to better manage their own level of assertiveness.

Who will benefit?

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New graduates

who want to learn how to better interact with their colleagues, face challenging conversations confidently and strike the right level of assertiveness within a corporate environment. 

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Managers and leaders

who want to better interact with and lead members of their team by managing their own assertiveness.

Lots of great content covered in 2 hours…the trainer had a good way of sharing and voicing how as an individual I can achieve to be more assertive.

Assertiveness participant

I learnt real skills that I can apply going forwards in my role.

Assertiveness participant

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