Assertiveness Workshop


This workshop is a continuation of our Personal Safety Lecture. Having the ability to educate strangers, casual acquaintances, best friends, and family members about how they want to be treated is the most important skill a young person can have today. This will help them in their personal relationships and will be an  invaluable tool throughout their life.
André Salvage and Associates will share the principles of being effectively assertive in a way that is comfortable and gets results without alienating themselves and others. In a safe environment we will guide them through mock confrontational exercises that will strengthen their assertiveness skills and prevent them from moving like a victim or a challenge.


Assertiveness is like a muscle that needs exercising. Through real life role play we will practice hearing others objectively and asserting ourselves effectively.  
Role plays, discussion, and lecture will cover the following topics:

  • Role playing on how to handle aggressive behavior.
  • Knowing the difference between Assertiveness, Aggressiveness, and Passiveness.
  • Educating people on how to treat you.
  • Voice control.
  • Body language.
  • Speaking to friends, strangers, and casual acquaintances.
  • De-escalating potentially dangerous situation
  • Asserting oneself while keeping the relationship


The main goal of this workshop is to help young people find their voice, trust their intuition, and effectively deal with conflict or dangerous situations.  

To have André Salvage present this lecture to your group, company, or PTA please email request to:

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