Assertiveness is made up of three components:
1. The articulation of values and thoughts.
2. The articulation of feelings.
3. The ability to stand for your own liberty.
Assertiveness does not include being aggressive or offensive.  It is being forward with meeting your needs with the thought of others needs in mind.

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Assertiveness is like the coxswain on a rowing team, making sure all are pulling together to achieve your goal.


Case Studies Exercises

Scott Livingston talks about Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

-Self Regard
-Self Awareness
-Self Actualization

-Social Responsibility
-Interpersonal Relationships
Stress Management
-Stress Tolerance
-Impulse Control

-Reality Testing
-Problem Solving

General Mood