Free workshop for members
The date and time:
April 25, 10.30am – 4.30pm
St Martin’s Lane
Assertiveness is standing up for your right to be treated fairly. It is expressing your opinions, needs, and feelings, while recognising the opinions, needs, and feelings of others. This workshop will help you develop assertiveness with the aim of achieving the best solutions for all concerned.
We all have situations in our lives where we need to have what we feel are difficult, complicated or challenging conversations with people - where the outcome will have a significant impact on us. For example:
- When we need to ask for more money and other resources
- When we need to ensure that others understand our point of view
- When we are under pressure to say yes, but need to say no.
Learning how to achieve optimum solutions so that all concerned are satisfied with the outcome is a valuable skill and being assertive will help.
This workshop is full of tips and strategies to help you get what you want, while maintaining healthy relationships with the other people involved.
We explain what behaviours constitute assertiveness and how to deal with negative aggressive and passive behaviour (in others and in yourself).
There will be plenty of opportunities to test-drive the theory in a fun way.
Who should attend?
Anyone who would like to find out more about developing assertive behaviour.
Expected learning outcomes
- A clearer understanding of assertiveness and assertive behaviours
- More ideas on how to deal effectively with non-assertive behaviours
- Tips and advice on how to be more assertive
To apply for a place on this free, one-day workshop, fill in the short application form by April 16. You will need to register if you have not done so already so have your Union number to hand.
All events have been over-subscribed to date so successful applicants will be chosen randomly after the cut-off date of April 16. We will let you know if your application has been successful by April 17.
Tutor: Muriel McClymont
t: 07580 348726