3 edition of Practical Assertiveness found in the catalog.
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A Historical Approach to Assertiveness. his practical experience and tried to give it a theoretical explanation in his work "Conditioned Reflex Therapy" (Stein & Book, , pp. ). Assertiveness, Non -Assertiveness, and Assertive Techniques Introduction Difficulty with being assertive has stereotypically been a challenge ascribed to women. However, research on violence and men’s roles demonstrated that many physical altercations result from poor communication which then escalates into larger conflicts.
Here is a practical guide that may help in becoming more assertive. I wrote it in simple steps. It's based on personal experience so take what you can from here: 1.) Start by not-giving-a-fuck what other people think: This is a very important step. It's the foundation to being more assertive. You necessarily have to . Written by healthcare communication expert Wendy Leebov Ed.D, Practical Assertiveness is a clear nuts and bolts guide filled with case situations, self-assessment tools, and practice exercises that help learners: 1) Communicate their wants, needs and feelings in a genuine way that shows their caring and altruistic intentionsPages:
It really depends on what kind of assertiveness skills you are talking about. Here is a list: : assertive communication - 4 Stars & Up / Personal Transformation / Self-Help: Books It is in order of relevance, only books that are 4 star. The Paperback of the A Practical Guide to Assertiveness: Express Yourself by David Bonham-Carter at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
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Assertiveness at Work: A Practical Guide to Handling Awkward Situations Paperback – by Ken Back (Author), Kate Back (Author)Cited by: Well written with many examples and practical ideas. Best book on assertiveness that I have read in kindling unlimited.(there are about 4 available).
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Amazon Customer. out of 5 stars Useful information, practical examples/5(14). Written by healthcare communication expert Wendy Leebov Ed.D, Practical Assertiveness is a clear nuts and bolts guide filled with case situations, self-assessment tools, and practice exercises that help learners: 1) Communicate their wants, needs and feelings in a genuine way that shows their caring and altruistic intentions 2) Build harmonious, respectful relationships 3) Reach Author: Wendy Leebov.
A perfect book to help the process of understanding how to be assertive. I read this book before taking a course in assertiveness it gave me a great insight before hand. Definitely would recommend to anyone who wants to learn how to be assertive, it is not a big book /5().
This is an excellent DVD on assertiveness as it covers the 4 communication styles and actually role plays them. Clients can understand their communication styles better, and it has a practice section for assertive communication- a lot packed into about 20 minutes.4/5(1).
I would put this book in my top 10 favorite books. This is an easy read book with amazing assertiveness skills. It teaches you how to access your wise mind by combining the emotional and logical brain. This is a book that in my opinion every single human being could benefit from reading and applying the principles taught in it/5.
How to Be Assertive is a practical book written by Self-Help Author David Bonham-Carter who specialises in the use of CBT and other practical techniques to help people deal with negative thinking patterns and address difficulties such as: Self esteem and confidence issues; Stress, anxiety and.
While it helps to forcé the body to adopt an assertive style to influence the mind, it is way more practical to get the skills and the assertive mindset which will automatically influence the body.
There's VERY LITTLE that can be taken from this book: Less than 5% of the info holds some real value/5(). This book puts assertiveness in context and offers practical, thoroughly researched, tried and tested advice.
About the Author Dr Windy Dryden is a leading author on psychological and counselling topics, and one of the world's most renowned CBT therapists/5(29). The content is very basic. Nothing insightful. The practical examples were so simplistic,it was difficult to glean much that could be helpful in the real world, especially when dealing with emotionally manipulative people, or aggressive people.
The broken record technique is common knowledge. This book /5(14). Written by healthcare communication expert Wendy Leebov Ed.D, Practical Assertiveness is a clear nuts and bolts guide filled with case situations, self-assessment tools, and practice exercises that help learners: 1) Communicate their feelings in a genuine way that shows their caring and altruistic intentionsPrice: $ Experienced life coach David Bonham-Carter provides clear, practical steps to help you develop assertiveness to improve your work and personal life.
Get A Copy Kindle Unlimited $/5. “The Guide to Compassionate Assertiveness is a joyously practical marriage of Western psychotherapy and Eastern wisdom. Clearly written with many helpful examples, it presents valuable skills that sensitive people need in dealing with the world.”.
Building on a scriptural understanding of assertive living, the reader learns how to build healthy relationships with others—one to one, in small groups, in task-oriented teams, and in congregations.
This deeply spiritual and extremely practical book makes clear: What assertiveness is (and isn’t), The Biblical foundation for assertiveness. Good book to read, gives a lot of practical advice on how to support own point of view in a firm but polite manner.
It also looks at different situations in which people might find it difficult to be assertive/5(90). Assertiveness: A Practical Approach by Stephanie Holland, Speech Therapist and Clare Ward, Occupational Therapist This resource takes the reader throught the principales and practices of using assertiveness, the authors have created a highly practical working manual which will help everyone to develop new interpersonal skills and become more effective in their daily lives.
Assertiveness is the ability to express our thoughts and feelings openly in an H onest, A ppropriate, R espectful and D irect way. It can be HARD to do, but it gets easier with practice.
In assertive communication both individuals are considered to be equally important. The Basic Assertive Rights of Every Human Being include. How to Be Assertive (Without Losing Yourself) [online]. Available here. [Accessed J ] Lee, S. and Crockett, M. 'Effect of Assertiveness Training on Levels of Stress and Assertiveness Experienced by Nurses in Taiwan, Republic of China,' Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 15 (4), – Available here.
[Accessed J ]. Assertiveness at work: A practical guide to handling awkward situations Abstract The authors define the difference between assertiveness, non-assertiveness and aggression, and demonstrate how two people acting assertively can achieve a productive dialogue leading.
Sincethis book has made assertiveness training a household word, achieving the status of #1 assertive training book and #5 self-help book according to a survey of psychologists' recommendations to clients as reported in the July issues of The New York Times and Psychology Today/5.
When I Say No, I Feel Guilty is a clear, well written book about assertiveness training. My mom got this for me years ago and I carted it around with every intention of reading it. Having finally done so, I am really impressed with what Smith presents in these pages.4/5.
The Assertiveness Workbook (best book on assertiveness that I read; highly recommended) Your Perfect Right: Assertiveness and Equality in Your Life and Relationships When I Say No, I Feel Guilty (not that great; suggests some questionably manipulative tactics to get your way).Assertiveness At Work book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. By those standards, this book was great: very practical for putting into practice in a work setting. My only complaint is that like many many self-development books about work, it doesn't show any awareness of the existence of non-corporate workplace /5.