Effective Communications to Inspire Behavioral Change
December 17, 2019
Webinar Presented by: Carol Bradley, PhD, MA, RDN, BCBA, FAND
Synopsis: The ability to communicate effectively with clients, patients, colleagues, superiors, and staff is essential for success throughout your career. In the digital age we must also know how to effectively convey and receive messages in person as well as via phone, email, and social media. Positive communication skills will keep the lines of communication open and increase the likelihood that your message will be received as intended.
- The participant will be able to choose an effective form of communication in various situations.
- The participant will be able to list successful ways to connect with their intended audience.
- The participant will be able to give and receive feedback appropriately.
1.0 CPEU credit pending approval by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
CPE level: 2
2.1 Utilizes appropriate communication methods and skills to meet the needs of various audiences.
2.2 Collaborates with others to achieve common goals and to optimize delivery of services.
2.3 Employs strategies and facilitates teambuilding skills.
Learning Needs Codes:
1130 Verbal communication skills, presentation
1040 Cultural sensitivity
7020 Conflict Management
1090 Media Skills
Speaker Biography: Carol Bradley, PhD, MA, RDN, BCBA, FAND
Carol Bradley, PhD, RDN, BCBA, LD, FAND holds a MA degree in Nutrition and a PhD in School and Behavioral Psychology. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has served in a variety of positions in her 30 years of experience as a registered and licensed dietitian. Carol currently serves as a behavior analyst at the state supported living center in Lufkin, TX where she works with intellectually disabled individuals who are medically fragile. She has also held multiple board positions for the Texas Affiliate of the Academy of Nutriton and Dietetics and committee positions for Weight Management and Behavioral Health DPGs, currently serving as Counseling Section editor for the weight Management DPG newsletter. She was recognized in 2018 as Texas Distinguished Dietitian.
Cost: FREE LIVE for members; $25 for Non-members – Live, Recording, and CPEU; $10 for members if not pre-registered for live attendance.
*NOTE: CPEU documentation and the webinar recording are available to non-members for a $25.00 fee. Members who do not pre-register for the live event may purchase the recording and CPEU documentation for on-demand viewing at a reduced member only price of $10
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