TrainingBriefs® Be More Assertive
Working with an Employee Who Is Not Assertive
Your employees are being paid to do the best job possible. When you have an employee who is not performing up to his or hers potential, it jeopardizes their success and the success of the team. How do you work with an employee who needs to be more assertive in recognizing needs, taking action, speaking up, and contributing ideas.
Learning Path & Details
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- Developing Core Leadership Skills
- Leading and Managing for Peak Performance
- Managing Performance
- Learn how to work with an employee who needs to be more assertive in recognizing needs, taking action, speaking up, and contributing ideas.
- Understand how to provide coaching to ensure your direct reports have the tools they need to succeed when it comes to working with employees who are not assertive enough.
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You'll learn to open the conversation with positive reinforcement of the employee’s skill and work habits. Approach the subject of assertion by explaining that if the employee does not contribute their ideas or skills to the department, then the department is not operating at full strength. Explain that the employee was hired based on their expertise and that their opinions and ideas are sought by colleagues and management.