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Speak Up, Be Heard: How To Be More Assertive At Work - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim
02:23
Hi from California
farronhicks
08:43
Hi from Vancouver!Q’s I have:-How to make sure you’re heard during a team restructure so your needs are met-How to communicate more effective with C-levels (i.e. communicating the value of your department for those who are completely different departments)-How to communicate your value (i.e. without being arrogant, being assertive and clear about the work and accomplishments you’ve done)
Kim
12:58
Question: Tactic for dealing with condescending coworkers whose method of communication is inferring that they are the smartest person in the room and no one else is keeping up.
shuba
14:29
Where do folks who are passive-aggressive and stonewall any requests by not responding at all or remain completely silent fall?
farronhicks
15:47
More so Passive/ Assertive
veronica
15:54
70% passive, 30% assertive
Jessica Paoli
16:27
Mostly passive, a little assertive. Excited to flip that around
veronica
17:00
Q: How to take charge/control in meetings. I also run training sometimes and they lose focus and stop listening.
Michele Cynowicz
17:20
I feel like I’m Assertive but in comparison to some of my male co-workers I feel not assertive enough (or maybe I need to be more toward aggressive to meet their level?)
Kim
22:27
Dealing with difficult co-workers
veronica
22:47
Pushing back and managing up
Tiffany Beers
22:50
Salary negotiation, ensuring I beleive I am worth it
Lindsay Konsko
23:07
Influencing without authority
Ruth Cheesley
23:48
Maintaining self confidence when working with someone who is on the aggressive end of the spectrum - not blaming yourself for everything in those communications or feeling like it's all your fault
Ilaria
25:53
Being taken seriously and be respected in a group setting
kmgoyette
34:30
I find that when I pause, then the other person keeps talking.
Beth Van Lingen
38:57
Boomerang!
Alichia Sawitoski
39:07
JUST NOT SORRY
Beth Van Lingen
39:15
Ah, nice!
Alichia Sawitoski
39:17
it’s the best :)
Kim
56:47
what is the broken record technique?
kmgoyette
57:50
I will stop using minimizers!
Beth Van Lingen
58:10
Definitely practicing assertive communication through email! Going to look into Just Not Sorry and keep that top of mind when looking over an email I’ve written before sending.
Jess Moy
58:28
I use minimizers when talking to my boss and coworkers who are managers and I’d like to be more confident when speaking with them. Any tips for how to do this with speech and not writing?
kmgoyette
58:50
Haha, yes, I see your point.
Eva
59:08
I will practice saying no concisely
Ilaria
59:41
I will practice using silence
Eliza Sarobhasa
01:02:19
Thank you for the wonderful presentation!!!! <3
Ilaria
01:02:35
Thanks, it was great! :)
kmgoyette
01:02:42
Thank you!
Beth Van Lingen
01:02:44
Thank you so much, Melody! Learned lots!