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Assertive Communication at Work. Communication Styles in the Classroom

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Abstract: Assertive communication is tied esteem and confidence. It is therefore essential to develop her first child confidence in its own forces and to help him form his self-esteem strong to be able to be assertive. Assertiveness involves the ability to express emotions, opinions and sustain arguments in front of other people. Assertive communication was sometimes confused with aggressiveness, even with insolence. This happens because sometimes can sound harsh to say the truth in front or even express negative feelings or opinions or simply to say what you think, and the next you can take it as an offense. But assertiveness involves defending the rights by expressing personal opinions and feelings clearly, directly and honestly without violating the rights of another person.

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