Verbal and non-verbal behaviors can affect interpersonal power dynamics and create miscommunication and conflict. When used with purpose and skill, behaviors such as eye contact, posture, proximity, movement, vocal tone, inflection, volume, and word choice can help navigate power dynamics and establish balanced, collaborative relationships.
Join visiting faculty member Belinda Fu, MD, for an improvisation-based experiential learning session to discover how to offer specific formative feedback to learners about body language and status behaviors, enabling more effective communication with patients and colleagues. Get more information.
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Friday, February 8 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Michael F. Sorrell Center
649 S 42nd St Omaha, NE