Beginning Human Relations Course

Beginning Human Relations

Knowing how to get along with others, resolve workplace conflict, manage relationships, communicate well, and make good decisions are all critical emotional intelligence skills people need to succeed in career and in life. This Human Relations course will address all of the critical topics to obtain career success.

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Duration: Hours
Institution: Saylor Academy's
Type: Text
Price: Free

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Knowing how to get along with others, resolve workplace conflict, manage relationships, communicate well, and make good decisions are all critical emotional intelligence skills students need to succeed in career and in life. This Human Relations course will address all of the critical topics to obtain career success. This courses isn’t an organizational behavior (OB) course, which is too theoretical for many of our students’ needs. While this course will focus on some of the theories you might find in an OB course, the focus is a direct benefit to students in their current and future jobs.

This course also isn’t a professional communications, business English, or professionalism course, as the focus is much broader: it focuses on general career success and how to effectively maneuver in the workplace.

The core concept in the course is emotional intelligence and how these skills carry over into career success, such as through ethics, communication, diversity, teamwork, conflict, good decision making, stress management, motivation, and leadership.

This courses’s easy-to-understand language and tone is written to convey practical information in an engaging way. Plenty of examples are included in each chapter so students understand the concepts and how the concepts can benefit their career. This course will meet the needs of a course in the business department or will be offered to professional technical students in any number of career fields, such as automotive, dental hygiene, culinary, or technology. In addition, this course would be a great addition to any school offering human relations course for teacher certification.

Each module opens with a realistic example that introduces a concept to be explained in detail later. Each module contains relevant examples, YouTube videos, figures, learning objectives, key takeaways, Why Human Relations? boxes, exercises, and a chapter-ending case that offer different ways to promote learning.

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