This course provides strategies for academic success within the University of Phoenix and addresses managerial communication and ethics. Topics include Professional Competence and Values, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Communication, Collaboration and Information Utilization.
Evaluate the characteristics of effective self-directed teams.
Demonstrate effective team communication and conflict resolution techniques.
Identify effective presentation techniques.
Create an effective presentation.
Demonstrate effective written communication skills.
Utilize persuasive patterns to organize ideas.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Explain the relationship between critical thinking and decision making.
Apply critical thinking skills.
Identify and evaluate information sources.
Utilize various University of Phoenix tools, resources, policies and procedures to effectively manage your learning experience.
Identify professional competencies in program.
Identify cultural values specific to a given society.
Formulate a statement of personal ethics.
Compare and contrast personal, organizational and societal ethical standards.
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