Assertion means standing up for what you want. Stating your needs clearly. It means expressing opposition. It means confrontation and it takes courage. Some find it harder than others because of their natural easy-going style and therefore more practice is required. However, the aim should not be just to gain a win. The aim should be to solve the problem and get the best result. Assertion should not be synonymous with aggression because aggressive people adopt a 'I win - you lose' mentality to achieve their objectives.
Assertiveness does not come naturally to all because we have all learned passive behaviors to stave off confrontational situations. However, these behaviors can be unlearned and assertive behavior used to produce results that benefit both parties can be learned.
Assertiveness training courses can help participants increase work effectiveness and productivity, achieve greater control of their daily activities and overcome work stressors.
Training Course Objectives:
The following objectives of our course:
· increased management output through more effective communication
· increased leadership confidence handling difficult behavior in others
· reduced interruptions at work
· gained more time for creative and development opportunities
· managed time more effectively and enjoyed greater self-esteem
· improved decision making and reduction in procrastination
· able to manage teams and bosses effectively
· enjoyed a more balanced lifestyle
· increased work effectiveness and productivity
· felt more in control of daily activities
· reduced stress levels
**All training/webinars are held via Zoom
Analyzing our specific reactions in pressure situations
Becoming more assertive
Understanding your rights
How to increase your self-confidence
Tips for assertive delivery
Giving effective feedback
DR. FLOR M. GLINOGA, PMP, MBB, CPHR
Dr. Glinoga is a Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist specializing in Clinical, Health, and Counseling Psychology. She is a graduate of Bachelor of Science and (Dean’s Lister & Honors’ level in Psychology) a Clinical Masters and Doctorate degrees in Psychology and she has 36 years of work experience as a Clinical Psychologist in the United Nations’ High Commissioner for (Vietnamese) Refugees projects in Hongkong, Bataan and Palawan as well as she is currently the Psychologist of the Philippine Red Cross and the International Confederation of Red Cross and Red Crescent. Dr. Glinoga is a member of the Psychological Association of the Philippines, Licensed Psychologist and her reports were sent to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
As a psychologist, she provides the following integrated range of individual and couple/family therapy and psychological services, predominantly to adults and adolescents to improve the quality of their lives:
experiencing distressing symptoms of fear, anxiety or depression
experiencing difficulties managing your feelings and emotions
concerned about changes in your intellectual ability and/or memory
experiencing difficulties coping with a recent traumatic or stressful event or change in your life.
looking for an opportunity to think or talk through your ideas before making a difficult decision
feeling distressed because your usual approaches to solving a problem have not worked
She has expertise in the treatment of:
Fears, phobias, worry/anxiety and panic attacks
Depression, grief and loss
Childhood Abuse and Adult Abuse Issues
Trauma, Prost Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Shyness, social fears & chronic loneliness
Habit problems (including over-eating, smoking and gambling)
Work Related Stress
Marital, family and relationship problems
Difficulties in adjusting to major life events and transitions
(separation, death, job loss, etc.)
She also provides:
Intellectual, Personality & Memory Assessments
Assessments for educational, annulment-legal or diagnostic purposes
Common Reasons Why People Consult a Psychologist
Confidentiality is assured because psychologists follow a strict ethical code of professional conduct that is set and monitored by the Psychological Association of the Philippines. Psychologists are also subject to the strict legal requirements of confidentiality set by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC).
DR. FLOR M. GLINOGA, PMP, MBB, CPHR
With a B.S. in Psychology, M.A./PhD in Clinical Psychology and Masters in Development Management with certificate course of Project Management at Wharton School of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Flor has a wealth of knowledge about individual, group, and organizational behavior. She is a Project Management Practitioner (PMP) and a Master Black Belt (MBB). She is the Consultant of Integrated Financial Management Systems (IFMS) of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Consultant of Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV – holding company of Aboitiz group of companies) on Integrated Security Management Systems (ISMS). She is currently a Faculty in the graduate studies of Master of Science in Organizational Development of the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA &P) and MBA in People Management of Lyceum of the Philippines. For the past thirty-six years, she has engaged individuals and organizations in the change process to increase their productivity, efficiency and effectiveness to include the training on strategic business plan programs, develop leadership skills, and build self-mastery. She uses a systems approach in working with individuals and organizations. ...