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Esteemed Confidence  (back)
Healthy self-esteem and assertiveness skills are essential for growth and achieving success in both our personal and professional lives. Being assertive can also help boost your self-esteem and earn others' respect. After COVID and through remote and hybrid work changes, these skills may have changed in us. In this upbeat and interactive session, you will learn techniques to increase both your self-confidence as well as your ability to be assertive in a way that builds and fosters relationships. Being assertive shows that you respect yourself because you're willing to stand up for your interests and positively express your thoughts and feelings with candor. It also demonstrates that you're aware of the rights, feelings, and emotions of others and are willing to work on resolving conflicts. Join Shelly Vils Havel from the Office of Admissions (also a CSN planning committee member) for this session and learn how you can be on your way to “esteemed confidence”!

Note: this is an online offering of Shelly’s presentation at the Administrative Professionals Conference.
Contact Info:
Rich Gassen (Rich.gassen@wisc.edu) or Shelly Vils Havel (shelly.vilshavel@wisc.edu)
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