Course: Developing your personal impact through assertiveness

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2 locations available

Program Description

June 8-10, 2020

June 30 - July 2, 2020

September 22 - 24, 2020

October 12 - 14, 2020

November 17 - 19, 2020

April 1 - 3, 2020

December 8 - 10, 2020

Develop your personal impact through assertiveness

Develop self-affirmation for constructive relationships

General informations

Goal

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • to identify assertive attitudes and behaviors in relationships,
  • to adapt to the different situations encountered in a suitable way,
  • gain confidence by expressing their feelings with accuracy, diplomacy and flexibility,
  • to manage oppositions.

Prerequisites

No specific prior knowledge required.

Public

Employees wishing to improve their ability to cope with difficult professional situations

levels

fundamentals

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Program

descriptive

Define self-assertion

  • What does assertiveness represent?
  • The risks to take to assert oneself
  • Feelings and emotions associated with assertiveness

Earn in insurance: the keys to assertiveness

  • The different possible attitudes (attack, flight, assertiveness): learning to identify them
  • The different sources of blockage: cultural, emotional, perceptual.
  • The behaviors related to these blockages, their causes and their consequences:
    • behaviors and situations more or less difficult
    • the brakes and resistances of each
    • the resources to put in place
  • Know how to identify non-assertive attitudes and transform them into assertive attitudes

Implement change today

  • Develop resources, qualities or skills to develop a "just" self-assertion
  • Be proactive and non-reactive
  • Work on your voice, your body attitudes, your breathing.
  • Anchor your assertiveness
  • Dare to say your needs, your limits.
  • To define a contract of engagement

Identify one's ability to assert oneself

  • Critical and constructive inventory of the successes and failures of each, difficulties encountered
  • Analysis of strengths and areas for improvement
  • Internal conflict management
  • The practice of the win-win relationship
  • The ability to take distance (daring, humor)

Develop a road map

  • Custom observation grids
  • Validation of achievements
  • Definition of individualized axes of progress

Further information

Teaching method

Pedagogy is based on:

  • an alternation of contributions, workshops and exchanges with the participants in a peer group,
  • scenarios based on the learning cases,
  • a personalized action plan.

speakers

Consultant trainer specialized in professional efficiency

Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

IFCAM is the University of the Crédit Agricole Group, a center for investment and human capital development, serving the ambitions of the CA Group project. Created in 1976, at the initiative of the Cr ... Read More

IFCAM is the University of the Crédit Agricole Group, a center for investment and human capital development, serving the ambitions of the CA Group project. Created in 1976, at the initiative of the Crédit Agricole Regional Banks, the scope of IFCAM expanded in 2001, with the creation of Crédit Agricole SA and the integration of subsidiaries. Read less
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