hca230c | undergraduate
Business Communication Skills For Health Care Professionals
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Identify characteristics of interpersonal communication.
- Describe the importance of interpersonal relationships.
- Describe different types of conflict.
- Explain methods of encouraging collaboration.
- Explain the five styles of conflict management.
- Describe problem-solving steps used by teams.
- Identify the benefits and characteristics of effective teams.
- Describe the importance of consumer relations.
- Determine techniques to foster consumer relations.
- Explain the importance of positive employee relations.
- Identify professional etiquette best practices.
- Explain the importance and application of active listening.
- Describe elements of supportive and defensive communication climates.
Modes of Communication
- Explain how technology influences communication.
- Describe verbal and nonverbal communication skills.
- Explain cross-cultural communication differences and barriers.
- Describe the importance of cross-cultural communication principles.
Introduction to Communication
- Describe the major components of workplace communication.
- Explain the role perception plays in communication.
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