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Assertive behaviors can be proactive or reactive as well as verbal or nonverbal, so one can assert themselves in many ways (Ames & Flynn, 2007).

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Behavioral components of assertive behavior

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Assertive vs. aggressive behavior. Now consider the flip side. If your style is aggressive, you may come across as a bully who disregards the needs, feelings and opinions of others.

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ASSERT YOURSELF! Module Two. How to Recognise Assertive Behaviour.

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1) Assertive behavior is often confused with aggressive behavior; however, assertion does not involve hurting the other person physically or emotionally.

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& assertiveness. In nursing. BY: Ms. PRIYANKA BANSAL Lecturer, Prakash Institute.

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Assertive behavior is usually honest, direct, expressive, spontaneous, and self-enhancing.

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Grimm and Crawford have identified the potential benefits of assertive behavior in nurses: enhanced selfawareness, improved staff performance, improved patient care, and interdisciplinary collaboration and...

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9. Describe the behavior of an assertive nurse. 10. List the advantages of assertive communication. 11. Describe responsible communication in nursing.

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