Good communication requires being able to put your point across. Often this needs careful planning. The Six Step Assertiveness Process is a tried and tested way of achieving your communication goals. The handy Assertive Message Card clearly defines the key points of the messages. Side one of the card illustratesthe six key parts of the Assertive Message which are : The message, Empathy, Behaviour, Feelings, Effects, Consequences Side two goes through the six step process of how to put themessage across.
Communication Skills: The Six Step Assertive MessageTraining Module Digital Download: This short 60 minute module provides training notes and PowerPoint slides on how to change someone's behaviour by giving an effective Assertive Message. It is an ideal addition to a Communication Skills Course and uses the Six Step Assertive Pocket Checklist (plastic card). The notes are comprehensive and enable individuals without training experience to give this presentation.
Leadership in Action Pocket Checklist is a very useful reminder of all the key actions a leader must remember. The 4 sided Leadership in Action Pocket Checklist issuitable for Action Centred and situational approaches to leadership Courses. It is an excellent reminder of the 6 key areas of leadership: 1 Analyse and define task 2 Decide leadership style 3 Plan & Organise 4 Implementation 5 Control & Support 6 Review
Organising and Running Meetings can be a daunting prospect. However, good leadership skills and some key pointers listed on this handy meetings card will keep your meeting organised and running well. Side one of the card reminds you of your key actions priorto a meeting. Side two provides key actions to take during the meeting.
Speaking With Confidence in Public can be daunting for many people. Stress is a key factor in destroying the confidence of many. However, good preparation and an understanding of the key principles of public speaking will always make the task much easier. This handy Speaking with Confidence card is a great asset to any public speaker. Side one reminds you of how to prepare for a speech orpresentation.Side two gives helpful reminders of actions required duringthe speech or presentation.
The Time Management Priorities Card is a handy reminder of how to manage your time. Side one of the Time Priorities card illustrates the five key areas of priority: Urgent/High ImportanceUrgent/Low Importance Not Urgent/High Importance Not Urgent/Low Importance Side two illustrates the actions required in the five key areas of time management: Goal Setting and Planning,Time Skills, Procrastination, Assertiveness and Stress