How many times have you been tempted by someone’s behavior in certain situations, but for some reason, didn’t want to express your disagreement?
High expectations, inadequate communication style, and unsatisfied needs are just some of the challenges people face daily, in their business environment. Non-assertive behavior is often the cause of conflicts between employees and can badly reflect on the company, as well as on planned results.
Non-assertive behavior can be recognized in any situation where a person aggressively reacts thinking his/her interests are endangered, or on the other hand situations where others’ requests or wishes are pleased but own needs are neglected.
By definition, assertiveness is the expression of thoughts, feelings, and beliefs in a direct, honest and socially appropriate way, while respecting others.
An assertive person in life is led by the statemen “I am OK. You’re OK. ”
That means that the person will respect the attitudes, opinions, and needs of others, even when she/he disagrees with them. An assertive person does not want to show his/her dominance and he/she strives to establish quality relationships with the interlocutors, despite mutual differences.
Apply the assertiveness to your company?
Understanding your own and respecting others’ needs is the key to business success. It is not enough that we know what we want to achieve on the career plan, but also to adequately communicate our goals to associates, colleagues, and managers.
Also, it is important to be open to hear wishes and recognize the needs of others and, if possible, to support our colleagues on their development path.
.If these principles are respected, success will not be missed
About the training
PCM and Assertiveness
The training program PCM and Assertiveness are created to introduce the participants to the deep structure of the personality. According to the PCM model, each person represents a unique combination of 6 different types of personality (Thinker, Harmoniser, Imaginer, Persister, Promoter, Rebel) that have different needs, attitudes, motivators.
These six types of personality are so-called personality building characteristic of every human being.
Knowing your deep personality structure will give you clear answers to questions such as:
- What motivates me and what causes stress?
- What are the first signs of stress and how can I prevent its escalation?
- How do I know how to communicate with different people?
- How do I motivate different members of my team?
- How do you understand each other?
- How can I say what I want, without being misunderstood by others?
What is the goal of the training
The participants of the training will have the opportunity to work on their personal development and to improve the ability to overcome challenging situations. They will also learn how to communicate their own needs and communicate with different types of personalities in an assertive manner.
Also, the focus of the training will be on achieving an assertive communication with others. They will have the opportunity to get in touch with the specifics of all 6 types of personality. They will learn what is motivating them, how they behave in different stressful situations, and what are their obstacles in building quality relationships.
Learning at the same time learn more about their own and interlocutor’s needs, as well as about ways to satisfy those needs participants will be able to identify potential communication problems. Accordingly, the participants of the training will adopt practical tools for their constructive resolving and improvement of assertiveness in relations with different people from their surroundings, all to build better relationships.
The structure of training
The training program consists of two phases:
It is necessary that each participant completes the PCM assessment before the training – an online assessment based on the key features of 6 different personality types. After completing the assessment, participants will receive very detailed and comprehensive information about the depth of their personality. The report will enable them to better understand themselves and their own needs.
Through carefully designed theoretical part and a series of interactive workshops, participants will adopt a model of assertive behavior aligned with the needs of each personality type, that will improve their communication with different people.
● The main characteristics of assertive behavior
● When and why we are not assertive
● The main characteristics of six personality types (Thinker, Harmonizer, Imaginer, Persister, Promoter, and Rebel)
● The basic needs of each personality type
● How each personality type communicates
● What causes stress for different personality types?
● What are the drivers and how to recognize them in stressful situations?
● How different personality types communicate when stressed
● How can we assertively express our needs when dealing with different personality types?
● The connection between psychological needs and assertiveness
● Techniques for improving assertiveness in challenging situations with different types of personalities