It is critical for instructors to model professionalism to their students and all others with whom they work.  As role models for their professional area, instructors set the standard for the professional conduct that their students need to acquire. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

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Cosmo Kids | New blog by Janice Aguon Baker

As i continue to shape the cosmetology program, I will be more mindful of how to curb their active and creative minds!  Sometimes millinilles are so oblivious they tend to forget the value of res...

Writing | New comment by Antonio Macaraeg

I agree. We continue to be lifelong learners...

EQ-IQ | New discussion by Angelina mcbride

Was a very inlightening course

Professional Compliance | New blog by Vickie Mickey

This program was so welcoming in that the student needed to look at themselves in the classroom as well as in the work place.  We all need to hone our EQ or refresh that skill set.

Soft Skills are So Important | New comment by Vickie Mickey

I agree with you we all have room for improve in regards to soft skills.  

Soft Skills | New comment by Vickie Mickey

This prgram is so very benefical to teaching skills today.  Very instructor shoud take this class and read EQ.

soft skills | New comment by James Chang

We recently changed our courses to focus on soft skills to deal with the types of student attitudes you have encountered. I agree that once students have grasped the need for these skills, teaching...

Soft Skills | New comment by Yvette Prior

agree  and all the more to have team work skills developed when the social media outlets might have students behind a device.  Small groups that are safe and focus on material that is...

Correcting Writing Slowly | New discussion by Yvette Prior

I liked the point about having stsudents work at corrections slowly. So in each assignment it is not needed to shjow them everythig that needs to be fixed or improved. Work at a few things each time -...

soft skills | New comment by Eva Mello

I too have had very difficult students.  By use of my soft skills and being a model to them, I have gained respect and a great classroom experience.