Technology has provided many different ways of communicating but the need to be effective in communication has not changed.  Educational professionals need to continue to develop and refine their communication skills. 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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Coaching Skills | Origin: ML118 | New comment by Don Liufau

Coaching skills takes into account several facets. You need to know what your goals as a company are and help those who report to you learn and grow to the point where the machine (company) runs...

Difficult Interactions | Origin: ML122 | New comment by Nicole Francis

The course provided me with a different option of how to handle bad relationships in the workplace.

Stress Management | Origin: ML136 | New comment by Cecilia Cabrera

I always knew how to deal with stress and anxiety however, dealing with it daily makes you forget and focus on the stressor, give in to what will make you feel more energized, easy and less task...

Coaching Skills | Origin: ML118 | New comment by Raull Lewis

I will learn to be open  to coaching.  

Feedback Skills | Origin: ML120 | New comment by Ingrid Roberts

Feedback should be given in a safe enviorment and should never be about judging others.  

presentaions | New blog by Todd Steele

knowing the subject matter make for a more interesting and practical lecture.

communication | New blog by Todd Steele

communication is the key to success

Stress Management | Origin: ML136 | New comment by Joanne Stewart

It's been a tough year, with a monumental learning curve.  I need to not let work overwhelm everything else.  I plan on working on a better balance between work and the rest of my...

Receiving and Responding to Feedback Constructively | New blog by Christine Owino

If done constructively, receiving and responding to feedback is mutually beneficial to both to the employee and the boss for growth and achievement of the organizational goals and objectives.