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Assertive Behavior And Communication

Subject : soft-skills
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1. Stand up for...

2. Assuming responsiblity for...

3. Respects everyones rights

4. Communication is what percentage audio?

5. Choose your...

6. Violates everyones rights

7. Demonstrates that you listened. Rephrasing their point in your own words - using several of their phrases.

8. Concurring with the critics argument without becoming defensive or aggreeing to change.

9. What are 2 ways to be assertive?

10. Humans only process in the...

11. Violates own rights

12. To be assertive quit focusing on what?

13. Repeating in a calm voice what is wanted.

14. Say this often

15. Putting off further discussion with an angry individual until he or she is calmer

16. Humans hear _______ words

17. Violates others' rights

18. Accepting negative aspects about oneself. admitting where an error has been made.

19. Responding assertively with irony

20. Intention - Expression - Position

21. Communication is what percentage visual?

22. They feel you understand.

23. Seeking additional info about critical statements.

24. Assertive is not natural - it is a ...

25. Communication is what percentage words we use?

26. Tries to avoid any conflict with others - but may feel frustrated and anxious - Frequently says 'I'm sorry' - Has trouble expressing personal feelings or opinions

27. Putting off further discussion with an angry individual until he or she is calmer

28. Changing the focus of communication from discussing the topic at hand to analyzing what is actually going on in the interaction.

29. Where are you now? Where do you need to go? What are the action steps?How can this be prevented in the future?