Delaware Networking Event Appearance

Interested in expanding your network? Looking to put your business on the map? Trying to grow your business online? If you answered YES to any of these, come out and join us for the 2019 Delaware Networking Station- Your Business Connection Destination! Corexcel is a proud to announce that we will be one of the attending sponsors during the largest business to business tabletop event in Delaware. Make sure to look up our Drop Pin on Google Maps to come stop by our table and see what amazing prizes we will be giving away!

Event Details:

Thursday, September 19, 2019
Chase Center on the Riverfront
815 Justison St
Wilmington, DE 19801

Delaware Networking Station  Corexcel will be stationed at Table 74!

Can’t make the event? There is still plenty you can do to connect with Corexcel:

 

Body Language for Leaders | Online Training

As a leader, it is important to deliver clear and concise communications to subordinates. The importance of nonverbal communication is often overlooked in today’s workplace. Learn to deliver clear and concise messages with our newest online course Body Language for Leaders. Developed based on material used at Harvard Business School, this course teaches how your body language can communicate feelings of empathy or even show charisma. It also discusses your body language in negotiations and how to read other’s body language. And much more!

Course features:

  • Open enrollment 24/7/365
  • No prerequisites
  • Interactive exercises
  • Professional videos
  • Ask the Expert feature

This course is also available as part of our Leadership Strategies Certificate Program.

Upon successful completion of the Body Language for Leaders online course you will earn 0.3 CEUs, 3.0 PDUs.

Corexcel is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is autorized to issue the IACET CEU.

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Join Corexcel’s Award-Winning Service Team!

Do you live in proximity to the tri-state area of Delaware, New Jersey & Pennsylvania?

Are you energetic? Are you also a people person? Do you focus on customers and have an eye for details?

If you answered “Yes” to all the above, we have an opportunity for you! Apply to join our award-winning service team.

We’re looking for an experienced Customer Service Associate to answer phones, respond to emails, chat with customers and reply to text messages. The position also entails interacting with our students, helping them enroll in courses and shipping products. If you like helping people and enjoy learning new things, apply today.

This is an opportunity to grow professionally and to be part of an extraordinary team.

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In a Medical Emergency, Words Can Save Lives

Doctor visit a little patient at home

In emergency medical situations, quick, expert care delivered by knowledgeable professionals is critical—it saves lives. Perhaps less obviously, so do words. When a patient is triaged in an emergency setting, the patient and his or her family might not understand the medical terminology being used by medical professionals. Unfortunately, this can compromise care.

Communication between families and medical professionals can be especially difficult when English is not the family’s primary language. Family members might relay a patient’s status using words that are misinterpreted by the medical staff. In a case that drew media attention several years ago, relatives described a relative in a coma as “intoxicado.” The doctor incorrectly treated the patient for an overdose, with dire consequences. 

However, even without a language barrier, patients, and family members unfamiliar with medical terminology can misinterpret a doctor’s message. For example, “unconscious” can mean one thing to a layperson and another thing to a doctor. Even “positive or negative” is often misunderstood.     

How can the knowledge-of-medical-terminology gap be bridged? 

Medical professionals—translate complex medical jargon into easy-to-understand words for your patients. Bring in a translator when needed. Ask patients and their families if they understand what you are saying. Ask again. Clarify until you’re comfortable that you’re all on the same page. 

Patients and families—do not be shy in a medical setting. If you need a translator, request one. Be sure that doctors, nurses, and emergency medical technicians clearly understand what you are conveying. Repeat it until they do. If you don’t understand what a medical professional is saying, but you’re embarrassed to admit it, speak up anyway. Your life or the life of your loved one depends on it.   

We offer three thorough, self-paced courses, Online Medical Terminology, Medical Terms I, Medical Terms II. Email us at learn@corexcel.com to learn more or register.   

Data and Human Resource Management | Online Training

HR analytics and data is a big topic for human resource managers. Our new Data and Human Resource Management online course will help managers analyze their HR metrics and use them to help solve employee issues. This course will also discuss data collection and storage and how it relates to confidentiality and employee privacy rights.

Course Features

  • Online, self-paced
  • Open enrollment 24/7/365
  • No prerequisites
  • Interactive exercises
  • Professional videos
  • Ask the Expert feature

This course is also available as part of our Certificate in Human Resource Management that includes 7 human resources courses.

Upon successful completion of the Data and Human Resource Management online course you can print your own certificate and you will earn 0.3 CEUs, 3.0 HRCI credits.

Corexcel is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.

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Did you know? We have a wide range of certificate programs and individual courses to meet your needs. Click Here to learn more!

Surprise! These Professionals Study Anatomy & Physiology

When you think of students in an Anatomy & Physiology class, do you picture future doctors and nurses? Or emergency medical technicians (EMTs)? You might be surprised to learn about less-obvious professionals who also study these topics.

Tattoo artists. Several states require that tattoo artists complete Anatomy & Physiology classes to become licensed. It makes sense if you think about it. A tattoo artist should understand the parts of the body when they’re putting needles into people!

Artists. Anatomy & Physiology is particularly important for sculptors who want to craft realistic human figures. This class can also be useful for artists painting the human body. Fun fact: Leonardo da Vinci and Michaelangelo performed dissections to gain anatomical knowledge that would improve their work.

Medical illustrators. These professional artists typically have a master’s degree in medical illustration. The curriculum includes classes in anatomy, physiology, and other sciences. You can see their artwork in books, journals, animations, and computer simulations.

Medical test writers. Professionals writing questions for the MCAT, United States Medical Licensing Examination®, and medical recertification exams must have in-depth knowledge of the human body.

Fitness professionals. You can’t help clients strengthen and tone their muscles if you don’t know how muscles work.

Attorneys. Not all attorneys would need a course in Anatomy & Physiology. However, for those handling medical malpractice, auto accident, or workers’ compensation cases, an understanding of these subjects is important.

Did you know we offer a fully accredited, online Anatomy & Physiology course? The course is self-paced and interactive, covering a wide range of modules. Upon successful completion, you will receive a certificate of completion for 9.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Email us at learn@corexcel.com to learn more.

Corexcel IACET Provider of the Day!

Corexcel Spotlight from IACET.orgCorexcel is the IACET Provider of the Day!

IACET is the acronym for the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. Corexcel has been accredited as an IACET provider since 2005. Providers are authorized to issue Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to students who successfully complete their courses. At Corexcel, we are committed to high-quality, standards-based instructional design.

Learn more about accredited providers from the IACET website. IACET is the organization responsible for developing the original CEU. They ensure that continuing education providers deliver high-quality instruction by following the ANSI/IACET Standard for Continuing Education and Training. Participants who complete online courses offered by Corexcel typically receive continuing education credit in the form of Contact Hours, CEUs, PDUs or several others.

 

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Build Trust – Be a Star Team Player! | Webinar

Most of us think we are trustworthy. But do we always behave in ways that builds trust with others? Since trust is the foundation for teamwork, when you or other team members do things that derail trust, those behaviors can result in diminished returns for your team.

There is a simple but powerful model that helps you develop the skills to become a better teammate and start building a better team.

Join us to discover:

  1. 4 ways to build trust within your team
  2. The type of trust that promotes healthy conflict.
  3. How to get from Trust to Results

Date: May 22, 2019

Time: 2:00 – 2:30 PM EST

Cost: Complimentary.

Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.

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Five Key Ways Leadership Style Impacts Your Corporate Culture

Your organization’s culture comes from its history and the values, beliefs, and attitudes that it holds. What behaviors are acceptable? What traditions are followed? What is your mission? These factors, and your team members’ styles, are your culture’s ingredients. Mix them together, add a dash of group dynamics, and voila! Your corporate culture is complete.

The style of your organization’s leaders also has a dramatic effect on your corporate culture, in five key ways:

  1. The pace at which decisions are made. Leaders who make quick decisions produce a fast-paced environment, which can be stressful. More methodical leaders provide a more relaxed atmosphere. However, this can diminish your competitive edge.
  2. The process for making decisions and getting things done. Some leaders take a look-at-the-big-picture approach while others obsess over details. When employees are left to work independently, self-starters shine but team camaraderie is minimized. In more collaborative settings, employees have less opportunity to showcase their own accomplishments.
  3. The standards of perfection. Do leaders expect work to be uniformly perfect, or is trial-and-error accepted in an effort to achieve innovation? Striving only for perfection can cause missed opportunities while leniency can diminish quality.
  4. The perspective on risk. Do leaders make bold decisions or proceed with tiny steps? A constant push for innovation can result in missteps while cautiousness can cause missed opportunities.
  5. The predictability of the work experience. Predictable leaders give employees a comfortable atmosphere, though things tend to remain status quo. Leaders who react to clients or the market encourage innovation. This can become a negative if the atmosphere becomes chaotic.

As leadership style directly affects corporate culture, it’s essential that leaders understand the implications of their style. An easy-to-use online tool, Everything DiSC Work of Leaders®, provides a customized strategy for leadership success. The assessment gives your leaders the personalized information and guidance they need to maximize their effectiveness.

Email us at learn@corexcel.com to learn more.

Build Your DiSC Capabilities and Strengthen Your Culture | Webinar

DiSC® is an amazing, simple tool that dramatically improves communication, teamwork and enhances culture. It is easy to understand and remember. However, good managers know that completing DiSC assessments are just a first step.

It takes a conscious effort to reinforce DiSC concepts and use the learning across different workplace challenges. Ones like improving management and teamwork, reducing conflict, and embracing change.

In this short 30-minute webinar we’ll explore 5 steps to create a DiSC culture and review available resources, facilitation kits and materials that will help you use DiSC every day to improve your workplace.

Date:  April 24, 2019

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