By: Akshita Gupta For: www.thechannel46.com Date: 17th March 2023
3. Use ‘I’ Statements While the way you speak and the tonality is critical, it’s equally paramount to look at the content. Assertiveness skills require using ‘I’ statements, for example – “I work better when..”, “I would like to show you some of our products” and similar other statements.
4. Value Yourself When learning how to be more assertive at work, one must first learn to value themselves and their rights. This stems from having the self-confidence that your work has value and that you are an integral part of the organization.
5. Practice, Practice, Practice Like every other skill, assertiveness requires practice. You can practice being assertive by role-playing the scenario with a friend before a big meeting or interview or even create a script for yourself with all the main talking points noted down.