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There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main...
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There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main categories of risk a bank faces is operational risk. This includes process-related risks, process execution and delivery risks, external and internal fraud risks, damage to asset risks, and business system risks. Another category of risk is credit risk, the likelihood that borrowers might not fulfill their contracts, and the value that could be recovered by the bank if a borrower defaults. The way to reduce or mitigate these risks is to have an effective risk management plan to deal with operational and credit risks. This course examines the basics of risk management. It covers the causes of operational risk and how to manage it. It also covers the basics of credit risk, the common credit products, and how to manage credit risk.
There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main categories of risk a bank faces is operational risk. This includes process-related risks, process execution and delivery risks, external and internal fraud risks, damage to asset risks, and business system risks. Another category of risk is credit risk, the likelihood that borrowers might not fulfill their contracts, and the value that could be recovered by the bank if a borrower defaults. The way to reduce or mitigate these risks is to have an effective risk management plan to deal with operational and credit risks. This course examines the basics of risk management. It covers the causes of operational risk and how to manage it. It also covers the basics of credit risk, the common credit products, and how to manage credit risk.
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Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational...
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Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational success by increasing efficiency, consistency, reporting accuracy, and compliance. Banking technology is constantly evolving to suit the needs of banks and their customers. An effective interrelation between internal controls and banking technology helps achieve operational success. This course covers the basics of internal bank control, including major internal control objectives for banks, typical control framework characteristics, and types of controls. It will also cover the scope of control and will differentiate responsibilities between the internal control groups. Furthermore, the course describes banking technology, including the evolution of banking technology, e-banking, current integrated architecture, and current and future trends in technology.
Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational success by increasing efficiency, consistency, reporting accuracy, and compliance. Banking technology is constantly evolving to suit the needs of banks and their customers. An effective interrelation between internal controls and banking technology helps achieve operational success. This course covers the basics of internal bank control, including major internal control objectives for banks, typical control framework characteristics, and types of controls. It will also cover the scope of control and will differentiate responsibilities between the internal control groups. Furthermore, the course describes banking technology, including the evolution of banking technology, e-banking, current integrated architecture, and current and future trends in technology.
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Arguably, the most important system in retail and commercial banking is the payment and settlement system. Payment and settlement systems are made up of a series of rules, processes, software, and hardware...
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Arguably, the most important system in retail and commercial banking is the payment and settlement system. Payment and settlement systems are made up of a series of rules, processes, software, and hardware for transferring funds between two parties. They could be individuals, companies, and other banks in various geographies. There are many types of transfers including online banking, automated clearinghouse system, pre-authorized debts, direct deposits, debit card purchase or payments, and electronic check processing. Also, there are wholesale payment systems that deal with large-value electronic payments. With any financial transaction come different types of risks including credit, liquidity, legal or regulatory, and even reputational risks. This course examines the basic components of payment and settlement systems, the key principles of payment systems, and the risks associated with payment systems. This course also covers the types of payment and settlement systems including the types of electronic funds transfer, and the characteristics of wholesale payment systems.
Arguably, the most important system in retail and commercial banking is the payment and settlement system. Payment and settlement systems are made up of a series of rules, processes, software, and hardware for transferring funds between two parties. They could be individuals, companies, and other banks in various geographies. There are many types of transfers including online banking, automated clearinghouse system, pre-authorized debts, direct deposits, debit card purchase or payments, and electronic check processing. Also, there are wholesale payment systems that deal with large-value electronic payments. With any financial transaction come different types of risks including credit, liquidity, legal or regulatory, and even reputational risks. This course examines the basic components of payment and settlement systems, the key principles of payment systems, and the risks associated with payment systems. This course also covers the types of payment and settlement systems including the types of electronic funds transfer, and the characteristics of wholesale payment systems.
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Bank tellers are the face of retail and commercial banks. Even with the move to online and electronic banking, tellers represent the bank and their values. They promote financial products and services while...
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Bank tellers are the face of retail and commercial banks. Even with the move to online and electronic banking, tellers represent the bank and their values. They promote financial products and services while ensuring accurate transactions that comply with bank policies and regulations. They often handle credit card payments and transactions, and would work with the various types of credit cards in the transaction process as they are very knowledgeable in the details and know the value of the cards to banks and consumers. This course examines the basic bank teller roles and functions, including promoting the image of the bank, promoting the bank's products and services, ensuring accurate transactions, and enforcing policies and compliance regulations. It will also cover the compliance requirements for a teller. This course will then cover credit card operations including the types of credit cards and the transaction process, and it will highlight the value of credit cards to the banks and the consumer.
Bank tellers are the face of retail and commercial banks. Even with the move to online and electronic banking, tellers represent the bank and their values. They promote financial products and services while ensuring accurate transactions that comply with bank policies and regulations. They often handle credit card payments and transactions, and would work with the various types of credit cards in the transaction process as they are very knowledgeable in the details and know the value of the cards to banks and consumers. This course examines the basic bank teller roles and functions, including promoting the image of the bank, promoting the bank's products and services, ensuring accurate transactions, and enforcing policies and compliance regulations. It will also cover the compliance requirements for a teller. This course will then cover credit card operations including the types of credit cards and the transaction process, and it will highlight the value of credit cards to the banks and the consumer.
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With the rapid growth of the banking industry in the early 21st century, it became clear that increased banking supervision was required. This increased supervision was also necessary to ensure that the...
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With the rapid growth of the banking industry in the early 21st century, it became clear that increased banking supervision was required. This increased supervision was also necessary to ensure that the global financial framework would remain intact even at times of great market turmoil and bank failures. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which is considered to be the global banking industry standard setter, has created a number of core principles which it believes will lead to good corporate governance and best practices in the banking sector. This course examines the core principles and the self-assessment methodologies set forth by the Basel Committee. This course also describes key core principles in depth including corporate governance, disclosure and transparency, and the supervisory approach.
With the rapid growth of the banking industry in the early 21st century, it became clear that increased banking supervision was required. This increased supervision was also necessary to ensure that the global financial framework would remain intact even at times of great market turmoil and bank failures. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which is considered to be the global banking industry standard setter, has created a number of core principles which it believes will lead to good corporate governance and best practices in the banking sector. This course examines the core principles and the self-assessment methodologies set forth by the Basel Committee. This course also describes key core principles in depth including corporate governance, disclosure and transparency, and the supervisory approach.
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Developed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the latest Basel regulations - Basel II and Basel III - represent decades of comprehensive global banking reforms. The aim of Basel II and Basel III is...
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Developed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the latest Basel regulations - Basel II and Basel III - represent decades of comprehensive global banking reforms. The aim of Basel II and Basel III is to strengthen the stability of the international banking system. Basel II is based on three mutually reinforcing pillars: minimum capital requirements, supervisory review process, as well as market discipline and disclosure requirements. Its key goal is to determine the minimum level of capital banks need to maintain to cover the risks they're exposed to in their lending and investment activities. Considered a major overhaul of Basel II, Basel III requires stronger capital and liquidity standards to be accompanied by better risk management and supervision by banks. Basel III endeavors to plug any gaps that were present in Basel II and also attempts to strengthen the regulations promoted by Basel II. This course gives an overview of Basel II and Basel III; the factors that led to the two accords, objectives, key approaches, and differences between them. It focuses on how various Basel regulations help banks become stronger and better managers of their risks. The course goes on to discuss the three pillars of Basel II and its approaches for measuring capital requirements for credit, operational, and market risk. Finally, the course outlines key features of Basel III, its differences and improvements over Basel II, and some key components of its global implementation and timeline.
Developed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the latest Basel regulations - Basel II and Basel III - represent decades of comprehensive global banking reforms. The aim of Basel II and Basel III is to strengthen the stability of the international banking system. Basel II is based on three mutually reinforcing pillars: minimum capital requirements, supervisory review process, as well as market discipline and disclosure requirements. Its key goal is to determine the minimum level of capital banks need to maintain to cover the risks they're exposed to in their lending and investment activities. Considered a major overhaul of Basel II, Basel III requires stronger capital and liquidity standards to be accompanied by better risk management and supervision by banks. Basel III endeavors to plug any gaps that were present in Basel II and also attempts to strengthen the regulations promoted by Basel II. This course gives an overview of Basel II and Basel III; the factors that led to the two accords, objectives, key approaches, and differences between them. It focuses on how various Basel regulations help banks become stronger and better managers of their risks. The course goes on to discuss the three pillars of Basel II and its approaches for measuring capital requirements for credit, operational, and market risk. Finally, the course outlines key features of Basel III, its differences and improvements over Basel II, and some key components of its global implementation and timeline.
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Banks are required to maintain an adequate capital level at all times to protect depositors and creditors, including other banks, from exposure to risk. A set of international banking regulations, known as...
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Banks are required to maintain an adequate capital level at all times to protect depositors and creditors, including other banks, from exposure to risk. A set of international banking regulations, known as Basel I, was introduced in 1988. This accord recommended a minimum capital requirement of 8% of risk-weighted assets for banks operating internationally. The way in which the adequate capital requirement for banks is calculated has changed dramatically since then. Following a series of revisions and impact analyses, implementation of a new set of regulations, Basel II, began in 2007. Basel II aimed to strengthen the stability of the international banking system through capital requirements that were aligned closely to the underlying credit, market, and operational risks. Basel III began implementation in 2013 and lays down stricter capital standards, additional capital buffers, and higher risk-weighted assets and minimum capital ratio requirements. This course provides an overview of the main features of the Basel regulations relating to capital adequacy requirements. It discusses various elements of Basel I, including the approach for determining capital adequacy and on-balance-sheet and off-balance-sheet items and associated risks. The course then identifies factors that led to the development of the Basel II and Basel III standards. Finally, the course examines the impact of the Basel regulations on capital requirement for banks.
Banks are required to maintain an adequate capital level at all times to protect depositors and creditors, including other banks, from exposure to risk. A set of international banking regulations, known as Basel I, was introduced in 1988. This accord recommended a minimum capital requirement of 8% of risk-weighted assets for banks operating internationally. The way in which the adequate capital requirement for banks is calculated has changed dramatically since then. Following a series of revisions and impact analyses, implementation of a new set of regulations, Basel II, began in 2007. Basel II aimed to strengthen the stability of the international banking system through capital requirements that were aligned closely to the underlying credit, market, and operational risks. Basel III began implementation in 2013 and lays down stricter capital standards, additional capital buffers, and higher risk-weighted assets and minimum capital ratio requirements. This course provides an overview of the main features of the Basel regulations relating to capital adequacy requirements. It discusses various elements of Basel I, including the approach for determining capital adequacy and on-balance-sheet and off-balance-sheet items and associated risks. The course then identifies factors that led to the development of the Basel II and Basel III standards. Finally, the course examines the impact of the Basel regulations on capital requirement for banks.
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Operational risk is a significant risk that banks and other financial institutions face. Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, have established principles and guidelines for holding adequate capital to...
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Operational risk is a significant risk that banks and other financial institutions face. Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, have established principles and guidelines for holding adequate capital to cover losses that arise from operational risk events. There are two broad categories of operational risk activities: measurement and management. Operational risk measurement involves quantitative assessment of operational risk and is used for determining regulatory capital. On the other hand, operational risk management involves a qualitative assessment of operational risk and a system to manage that. A successful operational risk program under Basel II combines quantitative and qualitative approaches to ensure operational risk is effectively measured and managed. This course discusses various aspects of operational risk management and measurement as outlined in Basel II regulations. It identifies key operational risk events and sources, and common risk measurement methods. It then introduces aspects of the operational risk management framework and Basel II principles for managing operational risk in banks. These principles deal with developing an operational risk management environment, as well as the governance, continuity, and disclosure of operational risk in banks.
Operational risk is a significant risk that banks and other financial institutions face. Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, have established principles and guidelines for holding adequate capital to cover losses that arise from operational risk events. There are two broad categories of operational risk activities: measurement and management. Operational risk measurement involves quantitative assessment of operational risk and is used for determining regulatory capital. On the other hand, operational risk management involves a qualitative assessment of operational risk and a system to manage that. A successful operational risk program under Basel II combines quantitative and qualitative approaches to ensure operational risk is effectively measured and managed. This course discusses various aspects of operational risk management and measurement as outlined in Basel II regulations. It identifies key operational risk events and sources, and common risk measurement methods. It then introduces aspects of the operational risk management framework and Basel II principles for managing operational risk in banks. These principles deal with developing an operational risk management environment, as well as the governance, continuity, and disclosure of operational risk in banks.
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Decreasing defects is the core function of Six Sigma. But to accomplish this, defects must be quantified. This Business Impact explores the basic measurement concepts that help assure statistical information...
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Decreasing defects is the core function of Six Sigma. But to accomplish this, defects must be quantified. This Business Impact explores the basic measurement concepts that help assure statistical information is properly tracked and gathered.
Decreasing defects is the core function of Six Sigma. But to accomplish this, defects must be quantified. This Business Impact explores the basic measurement concepts that help assure statistical information is properly tracked and gathered.
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To make accurate inferences about populations from sample data, you need to be able to determine the probability that an event or a combination of events will occur. You also need to be familiar with the...
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To make accurate inferences about populations from sample data, you need to be able to determine the probability that an event or a combination of events will occur. You also need to be familiar with the characteristics of various statistical distributions, and their suitability for different types of data. In this course, you'll be introduced to the concept of probability. You'll learn how to calculate probability involving independent events, mutually exclusive events, multiplication rules, permutations, and combinations. You'll also look at different types of distributions, such as normal, Poisson, binomial, Chi-square, Student's t, and F-distributions. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
To make accurate inferences about populations from sample data, you need to be able to determine the probability that an event or a combination of events will occur. You also need to be familiar with the characteristics of various statistical distributions, and their suitability for different types of data. In this course, you'll be introduced to the concept of probability. You'll learn how to calculate probability involving independent events, mutually exclusive events, multiplication rules, permutations, and combinations. You'll also look at different types of distributions, such as normal, Poisson, binomial, Chi-square, Student's t, and F-distributions. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
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During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course explores basic statistical tools...
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During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course explores basic statistical tools used for measuring performance.
During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course explores basic statistical tools used for measuring performance.
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During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course provides a look at basic...
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During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course provides a look at basic statistical tools used for measuring performance. It describes descriptive and inferential statistics as well as the concepts of central tendency and dispersion of data. The course describes the process of determining and interpreting central tendency measures such as mean, median, and mode. It also describes how to calculate and interpret dispersion metrics such as standard deviation, range, and variance and how these can be used with central tendency measures to make valid conclusions about a process. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
During the Measure stage of a project using the DMAIC methodology, performance-related data is summarized in a meaningful way using various statistical measures. This course provides a look at basic statistical tools used for measuring performance. It describes descriptive and inferential statistics as well as the concepts of central tendency and dispersion of data. The course describes the process of determining and interpreting central tendency measures such as mean, median, and mode. It also describes how to calculate and interpret dispersion metrics such as standard deviation, range, and variance and how these can be used with central tendency measures to make valid conclusions about a process. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
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During the Analyze stage of a Six Sigma project, teams use statistical tools such as correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. An improvement project can greatly benefit from these...
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During the Analyze stage of a Six Sigma project, teams use statistical tools such as correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. An improvement project can greatly benefit from these tools. They provide information regarding which key inputs are affecting outputs and how to tweak inputs until the desired results are achieved. Then new results can then be tested to ensure the changes are due to the changes that were implemented. The course examines correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward their certification and also to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
During the Analyze stage of a Six Sigma project, teams use statistical tools such as correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. An improvement project can greatly benefit from these tools. They provide information regarding which key inputs are affecting outputs and how to tweak inputs until the desired results are achieved. Then new results can then be tested to ensure the changes are due to the changes that were implemented. The course examines correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward their certification and also to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
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In the Analyze phase of the DMAIC methodology, Six Sigma teams analyze the underlying causes of issues that need to be addressed for the successful completion of their improvement projects. To that end, teams...
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In the Analyze phase of the DMAIC methodology, Six Sigma teams analyze the underlying causes of issues that need to be addressed for the successful completion of their improvement projects. To that end, teams conduct a number of statistical analyses to determine the nature of variables and their interrelationships in the process under study. It is rarely possible to study and analyze the full scope of population data pertaining to all processes, products, or services, so Six Sigma teams typically collect samples of the population data to be analyzed, and based on that sample data, they make hypotheses about the entire population. Because there is a lot at stake in forming the correct conclusions about the larger population, Six Sigma teams validate their inferences using hypothesis tests. This course builds on basic hypothesis testing concepts, terminologies, and some of the most commonly used hypothesis tests " one- and two-sample tests for means. The course also discusses the importance of sample size and power in hypothesis testing, as well as exploring issues relating to point estimators and confidence intervals in hypothesis testing. This course is aligned with the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam and is designed to assist learners as part of their exam preparation. It builds on foundational knowledge that is taught in SkillSoft's ASQ-aligned Green Belt curriculum.
In the Analyze phase of the DMAIC methodology, Six Sigma teams analyze the underlying causes of issues that need to be addressed for the successful completion of their improvement projects. To that end, teams conduct a number of statistical analyses to determine the nature of variables and their interrelationships in the process under study. It is rarely possible to study and analyze the full scope of population data pertaining to all processes, products, or services, so Six Sigma teams typically collect samples of the population data to be analyzed, and based on that sample data, they make hypotheses about the entire population. Because there is a lot at stake in forming the correct conclusions about the larger population, Six Sigma teams validate their inferences using hypothesis tests. This course builds on basic hypothesis testing concepts, terminologies, and some of the most commonly used hypothesis tests " one- and two-sample tests for means. The course also discusses the importance of sample size and power in hypothesis testing, as well as exploring issues relating to point estimators and confidence intervals in hypothesis testing. This course is aligned with the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam and is designed to assist learners as part of their exam preparation. It builds on foundational knowledge that is taught in SkillSoft's ASQ-aligned Green Belt curriculum.
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Effective management of a Six Sigma project is critical to delivering expected organizational results. It requires a disciplined approach to managing schedules, costs, and deliverables. This course will...
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Effective management of a Six Sigma project is critical to delivering expected organizational results. It requires a disciplined approach to managing schedules, costs, and deliverables. This course will examine the basic project management tools used in a successful Six Sigma project. You will learn how to create a project charter and how project scope and metrics are developed, and gain insight into the tools used to plan and implement a Six Sigma improvement initiative. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
Effective management of a Six Sigma project is critical to delivering expected organizational results. It requires a disciplined approach to managing schedules, costs, and deliverables. This course will examine the basic project management tools used in a successful Six Sigma project. You will learn how to create a project charter and how project scope and metrics are developed, and gain insight into the tools used to plan and implement a Six Sigma improvement initiative. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certifications and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
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The coaching relationship is different from many other working relationships you may have encountered in your career. A coach has a special position that isn't as prescriptive as a manager or as instructive...
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The coaching relationship is different from many other working relationships you may have encountered in your career. A coach has a special position that isn't as prescriptive as a manager or as instructive as mentor; a coach is focused on guiding the individual being coached through their own process of discovery and growth. There are five phases of coaching, and this course will cover the first three: enrollment, discovery, and developing the action plan. In these stages, the coaching relationship and its goals are created, setting the stage for the remainder of the coaching engagement.
The coaching relationship is different from many other working relationships you may have encountered in your career. A coach has a special position that isn't as prescriptive as a manager or as instructive as mentor; a coach is focused on guiding the individual being coached through their own process of discovery and growth. There are five phases of coaching, and this course will cover the first three: enrollment, discovery, and developing the action plan. In these stages, the coaching relationship and its goals are created, setting the stage for the remainder of the coaching engagement.
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This course describes the criteria for designation as an inpatient behavioral health facility, the requirements for a comprehensive patient evaluation, the minimum documentation required for an inpatient...
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This course describes the criteria for designation as an inpatient behavioral health facility, the requirements for a comprehensive patient evaluation, the minimum documentation required for an inpatient behvioral health patient's medical record, the quality measures for the Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Quality Reporting System and plan of care certification and recertification requirements.
This course describes the criteria for designation as an inpatient behavioral health facility, the requirements for a comprehensive patient evaluation, the minimum documentation required for an inpatient behvioral health patient's medical record, the quality measures for the Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Quality Reporting System and plan of care certification and recertification requirements.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course describes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services criteria for hospital-based outpatient partial hospitalization programs, requirements for an initial psychiatric evaluation, required...
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This course describes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services criteria for hospital-based outpatient partial hospitalization programs, requirements for an initial psychiatric evaluation, required documentation in an outpatient behavioral health treatment plan, common docuumentation errors and physician time frames for patient certification and recertification.
This course describes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services criteria for hospital-based outpatient partial hospitalization programs, requirements for an initial psychiatric evaluation, required documentation in an outpatient behavioral health treatment plan, common docuumentation errors and physician time frames for patient certification and recertification.
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This course describes conditions of participation categories for community mental health centers, requirements for comprehensive patient assessments, minimum documentation components for community mental...
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This course describes conditions of participation categories for community mental health centers, requirements for comprehensive patient assessments, minimum documentation components for community mental health centers, condition of participation core services requirements and time frame requirements for initial evaluation and comprehensive assessment.
This course describes conditions of participation categories for community mental health centers, requirements for comprehensive patient assessments, minimum documentation components for community mental health centers, condition of participation core services requirements and time frame requirements for initial evaluation and comprehensive assessment.
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This course illustrates how the the Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self-Sufficiency (BIAS) project is the first major opportunity to use a behavioral economics lens to look at programs that serve poor...
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This course illustrates how the the Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self-Sufficiency (BIAS) project is the first major opportunity to use a behavioral economics lens to look at programs that serve poor and vulnerable people in the United States. Behavioral economics combines insights from psychology and economics.The BIAS project aims to use tools from behavioral economics toimprove the well-being of individuals and families served by programs that the ACF (Administration for Children and Families) supports. This course describes the application of behavioral economics in the early stages of the BIAS project and provides an overview of the field presents an approach to applying behavioral economics to human services programs and shares insights from three case studies in the BIAS project.
This course illustrates how the the Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self-Sufficiency (BIAS) project is the first major opportunity to use a behavioral economics lens to look at programs that serve poor and vulnerable people in the United States. Behavioral economics combines insights from psychology and economics.The BIAS project aims to use tools from behavioral economics toimprove the well-being of individuals and families served by programs that the ACF (Administration for Children and Families) supports. This course describes the application of behavioral economics in the early stages of the BIAS project and provides an overview of the field presents an approach to applying behavioral economics to human services programs and shares insights from three case studies in the BIAS project.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Companies may face tough times, for example due to economic hardship or even extreme growth. It's during these times that your role as a manager is vital. The employees you manage and your organization as a...
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Companies may face tough times, for example due to economic hardship or even extreme growth. It's during these times that your role as a manager is vital. The employees you manage and your organization as a whole will depend on your leadership to help see them through. In this course, you'll learn specific strategies for weathering difficult times, including ways to reduce costs, how to communicate with employees and secure their support, and what alternatives to consider before laying off staff. For when there's no other choice, you'll learn how best to plan and implement staff reductions. You'll also learn about opportunities you can use to strengthen your organization during difficult times.
Companies may face tough times, for example due to economic hardship or even extreme growth. It's during these times that your role as a manager is vital. The employees you manage and your organization as a whole will depend on your leadership to help see them through. In this course, you'll learn specific strategies for weathering difficult times, including ways to reduce costs, how to communicate with employees and secure their support, and what alternatives to consider before laying off staff. For when there's no other choice, you'll learn how best to plan and implement staff reductions. You'll also learn about opportunities you can use to strengthen your organization during difficult times.
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A humorous look at people trying to “fit everything in” on the streets of London.
A humorous look at people trying to “fit everything in” on the streets of London.
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Produced by: Franklin-Covey
Balancing the demands of work, family, service, and spirituality can be daunting. Dr. Stephen R. Covey shows how to ensure that your top priorities get your best time and effort.
Balancing the demands of work, family, service, and spirituality can be daunting. Dr. Stephen R. Covey shows how to ensure that your top priorities get your best time and effort.
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Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for bladder function.
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for bladder function.
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Produced by: ARN - Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Many employees find accepting criticism difficult. This Business Impact details how to handle workplace criticism professionally and effectively.
Many employees find accepting criticism difficult. This Business Impact details how to handle workplace criticism professionally and effectively.
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