12 min

How To Use Tact And Assertiveness To Shut Doors Gently The Champions' Tribe

    • Business

In a world where most people feel the need to be savage because kindness has been erroneously seen as weakness, you need to do better. Development and civilisation has come with certain important perks, some of which it’s hard to imagine not having. For example, the advent to social media platforms has helped people and communities communicate much better and has democratise information – however it has also become a weapon for most people in resolving differences in the most uncouth ways. Most times, this instinct is fuelled by a mob mentality – playing the judge, jury and executioner.



For high-flying champions who realise that relationships of any kind are key to personal and professional growth – it becomes imperative to know how to better manage conflict and sour endings. Inevitably, most relationships have shorter lifespans than others – some do not even end as planned. The measure of who you really are then becomes how you manage such outcomes. Understand that shutting the door is not inherently good or bad in itself, how you do it is what defines your level of emotional intelligence.



In this episode, we shared insights that will enable leaders dispense tact and assertiveness in their engagements.

In a world where most people feel the need to be savage because kindness has been erroneously seen as weakness, you need to do better. Development and civilisation has come with certain important perks, some of which it’s hard to imagine not having. For example, the advent to social media platforms has helped people and communities communicate much better and has democratise information – however it has also become a weapon for most people in resolving differences in the most uncouth ways. Most times, this instinct is fuelled by a mob mentality – playing the judge, jury and executioner.



For high-flying champions who realise that relationships of any kind are key to personal and professional growth – it becomes imperative to know how to better manage conflict and sour endings. Inevitably, most relationships have shorter lifespans than others – some do not even end as planned. The measure of who you really are then becomes how you manage such outcomes. Understand that shutting the door is not inherently good or bad in itself, how you do it is what defines your level of emotional intelligence.



In this episode, we shared insights that will enable leaders dispense tact and assertiveness in their engagements.

12 min

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