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B.A. (Hons.) Business Management; MBA
John Mallia has been involved in training since 1998, and has conducted numerous training courses, both for public as well as for private sector organisations, including CDRT, Actavis, ETC, the Dental industry, Malta Enterprise, Kopin, Vista, JCI as well as courses organised by Mediacoop itself.
John Mallia specialises in the areas of motivational training for personal development and success, and conducts various training and consultancy work in customer care, marketing, image management, Public Relations, teamwork, communication, co-operatives and work relationships. Mediacoop also organises and facilitates various teambuilding sessions for different organisations.
Mediacoop is a co-operative involved in the areas of Training, Marketing, Communication, Media, PR and Teambuilding.
Assertiveness skills are acquired through a process of awareness, followed by the will to fine tune skills acquired over time. The course will provide the participant with the necessary practical tools to assertiveness; a skill which is indispensable in work, social and family situations, leaving the person feeling confident, positive, and capable to deal with difficult situations. The extent of Personal Influence and Impact is dependent on the level of self-confidence, assertiveness, as well as a positive outlook on particular situations, as well as on life in general. Participants are encouraged to embark on a personal discovery, with the aim of actively working on self-improvement and self-respect.
Course Duration and info
What is assertive behaviour and self-confidence
Assertiveness and Personal Impact
What is assertive behaviour
Assertiveness characteristics – The behaviour circle
What assertive people don’t do
Assertive vs Aggressive/Passive behaviour
Assertiveness and cooperation
Possible problem areas
Knowing your rights
Delivering tough conversations
The art of being positive
Self-protective skills – dealing with let-downs which destry our self-confidence