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Learning to be an assertive leader

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Learning to be an assertive leader

Peter Ellis
18 September 2018

Leaders who do not value themselves or what they are trying to achieve will be neither assertive nor achieve what they want.  The basis of valuing self is the confidence one has in one’s own ability and purpose. In part, this confidence arises from a belief in what the team and organisation, and whatever the team or the organisation expects from the leader. 

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