Hope Faculty :( Mind-set tools) Being Assertive

Throughout your lifetime and humans being social beings, you are highly likely to encounter what is called a “bargaining Situation”. The way you act or react will have an effect on the results or success you deserve from the situation. Hope Faculty wants you to know the way you act in these bargaining situations you will automatically be identified into what is called three states of control which are:

  • Assertive
  • Aggressive
  • Passive

 

Hope faculty believes

 

  • Being assertive allows you to get your point across fairly and not at the expense of hurting anyone or putting them down. Your view can come across as persistent and the nature and direction of view always trying to create a win-win situation. This intern allows the prospect of creating and maintaining relationships.

If you’re not approaching “bargaining situations” with the elements of assertiveness then you could be projecting:

  • aggressive approach which essentially is the approach of getting to your objective or your point across at the expense of others which transpires in a high stakes approach which normally ends in a win-lose situation outcome.
  • Passive approach is the opposite, this is when you are willing to give up, override your personal feelings not putting yourself first, giving more for the benefit of the other. This is a lose- win

Hope Faculty knows being assertive is all you hear in your professional lives but why not incorporate certain approaches in your personal life. Being assertive is a mind tool that will let you naturally have control of what’s at hand and better influence the results you desire as well as projecting good characteristics.Go out and be assertive today !

Hope Faculty

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