How to be Assertive at Work Without Being Called Out Your Name

May 19, 2011  |  

Do you feel the walls caving in on you at work because you refuse to say no? Bosses and coworkers alike, are flying off the cuff simply because your receptive to their every command. They can read you as easily as a dog detects a human’s vulnerability because they think of you as a pushover. Now, how can you speak up without losing your job? Being assertive doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to be pompous or rude to others, but it shows you can voice your opinion, thus, gaining integrity in the long run.

Here’s how to be more direct to your peers:

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  • Allyce

    I hate my white female boss. Whenever I try to explain a point of view she says I'm arguing with her. She even said "don't argue with me" in a meeting. I shot back "I'm not arguing I'm explaining." Now she wrote in my performance review that I don't take criticism well. That's a surprise because my first review from her says " I take criticism well." What's changed? So from now it "okay Mary". End of convo.