Assertiveness Assessment


Are you assertive? What are your challenge areas? Learn how to improve your assertiveness in ways that promote equality within your interpersonal relationships.

Do you get what you want and need? Are you able to effectively voice your concerns without alienating others? This Assertiveness Assessment is designed to measure your level of assertiveness over six different focus areas. It will help you discover your assertive related strengths and weaknesses, which can take you to the next level of positive interactions with others.

Assertiveness is the quality of being self-assured and confident without being aggressive. This Assertiveness Assessment is designed to provide insights into various aspects of your level of assertiveness. The results should provide a foundation for improvement that can affect every aspect of your personal and professional life.

All our assessment tools are designed to provide the user with information at the depth and complexity which suits their needs. 

Individual Feedback and Assessment:  The participant response to the assessment survey and the data is compared to a pre-set standard selected as benchmarks for measuring acceptable level of competency in that area.

360° Feedback and Assessment:  The participants select a small group of friends, colleagues, peers, direct reports, or other candidates to respond to the same survey.  The feedback group rates the participant from their perspective against these competencies.  This provides a rich field of information that will inform the participant on areas of strength and areas for improvement.  The feedback team is limited to ten (10) participants (to be effective it is recommended to engage with a minimum of three feedback team members).

For more details about this assessment please refer to the description section of this page.


This Assessment covers 6 Personal Skills Competency and/or Focus Areas, including:

1:           Accountability

Holding others accountable to any commitments or promises made, or to any pre-agreed expectations.

2:           Action Orientation

Taking the necessary steps and/or actions to address, manage, or resolve a difficult situation or event.

3:           Addressing Challenges

Dealing directly with or acting accordingly to address a challenging situation.

4:           Gaining Cooperation

An openness or willingness to solicit involvement, engagement, or co-operation from others.

5:           Initiative

Taking proactive initiative, concrete action, or engaging with people or situations.

6:           Self-Awareness

The awareness around and of one’s own thoughts, feeling and self-perceptions.


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