Assertive communication is more than just voicing your opinion. The way in which you express yourself could mean the difference between being taken seriously and being taken advantage of. Assertiveness is not a trait we are born with; it is a skill which everyone can learn and develop over time. Assertive people communicate confidently, express themselves clearly and directly, are more respected and have more fulfilling relationships.

How to be more Mindful

Buckminster Fuller, an American futurist, created the “Knowledge Doubling Curve”; he noticed that until 1900 human knowledge doubles approximately every century. By the end of World War II knowledge was doubling…

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Assertiveness

10 Guidelines to a more Assertive Communication Style Background of Module Assertiveness is a learnt style of communication which does not come naturally to everyone. Assertive communication is the ability…

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Elri Wium

Specialist in Nonverbal Communication, Emotion and Voice and Speech Production

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Kylie Janssens

Senior Executive Leadership Coach (BA Hons) in Educational Publishing Studies, WITS; (BA Ed) WITS; Plan and Conduct Assessment of Learning, Skills Development Facilitator, Learning Performance Link.) R 1,000.00 per hour…

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