hcs131 | undergraduate
Business Communication Skills For Health Care Professionals
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Interpersonal Relationships and Conflict Management
- Describe the importance and characteristics of interpersonal relationships in the workplace.
- Describe different types of conflict.
- Identify strategies for conflict management.
Consumer Relations and Teamwork
- Explain the importance of effective consumer relations.
- Determine strategies for effective consumer relations.
- Explain the importance of teamwork in the workplace.
- Identify strategies for effective team communication and collaboration.
Workplace Communication and Employee Relations
- Explain the importance of positive employee relations.
- Determine best practices for workplace communication.
Introduction to Communication in the Workplace
- Explain the major components of communication in the workplace.
- Explain the role perception plays in communication.
- Identify the principles of cross-cultural communication.
Communication and Technology
- Describe the principles of verbal and nonverbal communication.
- Explain the importance of active listening in the workplace.
- Explain how supportive and defensive climates can improve relations in the workplace.
- Describe how technology affects communication.
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