Fundamentals of Physician Leadership — Communication
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Everyone sees the world differently, and that’s why communicating with other people isn’t a one-size-fits-all affair. The Fundamentals of Physician Leadership: Communication isn’t just about how to speak or what to say – instead, it shows physician leaders how to adjust their communication style and delivery to make better connections with the people around them.
The course provides actionable advice on body language, communication formats (like email vs. text vs. phone call), the tone of voice and more. Lessons are delivered through a series of video lectures, downloadable resources and interactive moments that allow participants to practice with the skills and insights they develop throughout the course.
- Interpret non-verbal cues and word use that can communicate intent.
- Determine personal communication style and personality type.
- Develop strategies for building relationships and working with others.
- Understand the four communication styles based on the DiSC psychometric assessment.
Interpret non-verbal cues and word use that can communicate intent.
Determine personal communication style and personality type.
Develop strategies for building relationships and working with others.
Understand the four communication styles based on the DiSC psychometric assessment.
Method Of Participation
To complete this program successfully and claim credit, participants must follow these steps:
- Read any course materials and complete any required activities.
- Complete the course evaluation and post-test via your dashboard on the Association website. Successful completion of a given activity’s post-test requires a minimum 75% passing score prior to claiming CME credit, with three attempts allowed.
- CME certificates will be available for printing after claiming CME credit.