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What are some ways to learn how assertive communication in office should be?

 
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I want to correctly understand assertive communication and learn how to do assertive communication at office. What are some ways in which I can understand this correctly and learn?

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That's a hard question.  Part of the problem is that different people will react differently to how you speak. I work in a large, international corporation.  I  routinely speak to people from (and in) different countries than where I was raised. I'm from the USA, but I work with people from India, China, Ireland, the U.K., Belgium, Singapore, Nepal...,  Cultural norms vary drastically, and what one person sees as assertive, someone else sees as bullying.
 
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fred rosenberger wrote:  I  routinely speak to people from (and in) different countries than where I was raised. I'm from the USA, but I work with people from India, China, Ireland, the U.K., Belgium, Singapore, Nepal...,  Cultural norms vary drastically, and what one person sees as assertive, someone else sees as bullying.



True, but if you could give some example for USA, that would also help understand to some extent.
 
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