Balancing Work & Cancer: Communicating Effectively

The ability to communicate clearly at work can make all the difference in success and achieving your goals. Communicating with coworkers, supervisors, and others in the workplace following a cancer diagnosis can be nuanced and can require some strategy. In this session we focus on:

- Thinking through your communications style
- Understanding how disclosure decisions can shape how to communicate at work
- Tips and techniques for ensuring conversations in the workplace are appropriate and comfortable

Presented by Rachel Becker, LMSW, Senior Director of Programs, Cancer and Careers

Please note: The information in this video is current as of the date of the presentation, November 3, 2021. Also, in order to receive CEUs, you must attend a live webinar presentation. Video recordings are not accredited.

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