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Collaborating-both parties are assertive and cooperative.
An assertive response would be to express to your friend why their actions upset you so you can clear the air and move on.
If you are interested in taking part in Assertive Outreach and would like more information, please get in touch with Scottish Book Trust's Early Years Team at: Email: bookbug@ scottishbooktrust.
According to these authors, the assertive student sought by the educator is one who does not act tough when facing weaker classmates, nor weak when dealing with the tough ones, but instead one who maintains a serene fortitude when faced with others' incoherence, immaturity, and egoism.
Assertive outreach is introduced as a solution to the problem of deinstitutionalized patients needing mental health services in the community who do not seek such help.
Assessing the efficacy of a modified assertive community-based treatment programme in a developing country.
Assertive: A majority of senior technical women describe themselves as assertive - significantly more so than women at the entry and mid levels.
Spokesman Bryn Moore said: Being Assertive is the art of expressing how we feel in a way that sets firm, clear boundaries, whilst at the same time maintaining a respect for others.
Assertive secularism is a 'comprehensive doctrine,' whereas passive secularism mainly prioritizes state neutrality toward such doctrines" (p.
People are often wary of being assertive at work lest they be seen as rude or disrespectful.
Global Banking News-15 October 2009-Lombard says India needs assertive federal tightening(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Arguing that state policies toward religion are the result of ideological struggles, he identifies two conflicting trends in secular states: assertive and passive secularism.