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- Learn the necessary skills to improve communication with your co-workers, patients, and supervisors.
- Learn important concepts and concrete techniques for enhancing communications in the workplace.
- Understand how to apply these newly developed skills to a variety of real world situations and challenges.
Overall assessment for this course is based on quizzes, exercises and the final test.
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Module 1: Using Your Voice: The Art of Assertive Communication
Learn how to be more self confident when communicating with others.
Module 2: Five Steps for Becoming an Active Listener
Before we can hear, first we must listen.
Module 3: Communication Mistakes that can keep you from getting ahead in the Workplace
Learn the common pitfalls to avoid which will foster not only professional growth but personal growth as well.
Module 4: Learn to Recognize Triangles
Learn the importance of “going to the source” with any concerns, and demonstrate the devastating affect gossip and sub-grouping can have on a team.
Module 5: Ask the Right Questions
Learn how asking the right questions will greatly streamline the communication process, and result in win-win situations for everyone.
Module 6: Resolve Workplace Conflict
Learn proven strategies for turning every break-down into a break-through.
Module 7: Build a Better, Stronger Team
Demonstrations on how learning to communicate effectively not only empowers each individual, but also serves to strengthen and unite the entire team.
Module 8: Improve Communication with Your Boss
Learn exact techniques to enable you to confidently and constructively approach your employer with concerns and requests in a way that results in a positive outcome.
has helped me to become a better communicator.” *
~ Shannon S. (2013 Graduate)