Interdisciplinary Relationship Management
Managing professional relationships is something that all physicians must do every day. However, this skill isn’t as easy as it sounds. With different personalities, priorities, and approaches to communication, relationships can become complicated in the blink of an eye.
This course provides insight into strategies required to maintain successful working relationships across disciplines and within the confines of your own department. The importance of emotional intelligence, communication, trust, and conflict management will be discussed in this course. Upon completion, you will have the information necessary to formulate effective communication strategies that work for your communication style, and the awareness and wherewithal to use those strategies to improve your own professional relationships.
Topics in this course include:
The role of emotional intelligence (EI) in relationship management and how to improve your EI
Skills for managing relationships across interdisciplinary teams and benefits of organizational culture
Understanding effective communication, conversation agility, and how to improve your skills
How to approach conflict management and difficult conversations with people as well as how to repair relationships
This course is ideal for:
Physicians or health care professionals looking to make the next move in their career
Professionals trying to find their place at their organization
Professionals who want to improve their communication skills, especially pertaining to speaking to others in higher roles
Those seeking to improve their emotional intelligence skills
Faculty: Joe Geskey
Access to Course Expires:
365 days from purchase date of course.