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Common Employability Skills: Leadership Communications

Build foundational skill sets that are imperative to ensuring a successful health information career.

The health information industry has identified a gap between traditional education/technical skills and the employability skills needed for workplace success in any position, regardless of industry.

Communication, both verbal and nonverbal, is at the foundation of everything we do and say --- and is especially important in the modern workplace.

Use this free virtual training in leadership communications to supplement your technical curriculum and on-the-job training.  

The focus of this module is to heighten learners' awareness of workplace communications, with the end result of becoming a more competent communicator overall. Target areas include:

  • General and organizational best practices
  • Information sharing
  • Effective communication
  • Empathy and sensitivity in communication
  • Motivating others
  • Conflict management

Click on the image below to begin each leadership communications module.

 

Introduction

Introduction

 

General & Organizational Best Practices

General and Organizational Best Practices

 

Information Sharing

Information Sharing

 

Effective Communication
Effective Communication

 

Empathy & Sensitivity in Communication 

Empathy and Sensitivity in Communication

Motivating Others

Motivating Others

 

Conflict Management 
Conflict Management

Summary
Summary

 

 

The Common Employability Skills model can take its place as the foundation for all industries to map skill requirements to credentials and to career paths. In doing so, this model allows employees to understand the skills that all industries believe prepare individuals to succeed.  

Educators and other learning providers will also have an industry-defined roadmap for what foundational skills to teach, providing individuals the added benefit of being able to evaluate educational programs to ensure they will in fact learn skills that employers value. 

Published 08/22/2022
Last Updated 09/13/2022
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