|11-05-2011, 03:20 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2009
What it means to be assertive
One of the common critiques I'm getting during my student teaching observations is that I need to be more assertive with management issues. (they say it's not a problem per se, but that it can and will create problems if you are not firm in your decisions.)
truth being, they are exactly right. This experience has shone a big light on this area, and I'm seeing potential for a huge growth opportunity here.
So, what does it mean, to you, to be assertive? (I appreciate all replies, but I will definitely appreciate mire in depth discussions rather than surface comments.)
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