Speak out with confidence—Become an Assertive Business Woman.
Assertiveness techniques, when used effectively, can make almost every aspect of your job and life better—but knowing which tools and techniques to use, and how and when to use them, is critical. AMA’s assertiveness training for women addresses the unique challenges women face in business and how the effective use of assertiveness techniques is essential for survival and advancement. With these skills, you can increase the likelihood that you will send the right signals and get the right responses. They can help you command respect while being respectful, and handle almost any situation you’re likely to encounter without seeming overbearing.
AMA's assertiveness training for women gives you the opportunity to practice fundamental assertiveness skills and to share your concerns with other women in a supportive and encouraging learning environment. You’ll assess your leadership style and then apply the new skills and tools you learn directly to one of your own challenges, receive feedback, and refine your skills through videotaped practice. Return to work with a complete and flexible plan for achieving the kind of assertiveness your position demands.
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AMA’s women’s assertiveness training is designed for female business professionals who want to strengthen their assertiveness techniques, alleviate weaknesses, and improve their communication skills as they relate to being assertive in business.
AMA Blended Learning combines instructor-led training with online pre- and post-seminar assessments, tune-up courses and other resources to maximize your training goals. Through a blend of proven instructor-led seminars and powerful online technology, AMA Blended Learning provides a compelling and more comprehensive experience for the learner—producing a greater return-on-investment for the employer and the seminar participant.