Soft Skills – This Time, It’s Personal #RECORDED


Instructor:  C. Rose Jeffers, MAT, BCBA, LABA

Duration: 50 minutes of instruction – self-paced

1 general BACB® CEU provided upon course completion – full course description below



**This course will provide the participant with 1 Learning Type BACB® CEU**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: Could Behavior Analysts who display both technological and interpersonal skills be more effective? Many BCBAs reading this description went into the profession to improve lives and protect people from harm. However, more than half have not been adequately trained to manage others with fluent soft skills. By the end of this presentation, you will walk away with a better understanding of interpersonal skills, how to make your life and job easier, and practical examples to use at work. Building and fostering interpersonal skills within our behavior analytic community will create better outcomes, which will improve lives and protect people from harm.

Instructor Bio: Rose Jeffers, MAT BCBA LABA, commonly known as Rosie Eats, is obsessed with three things in life– food, behavior analysis, and cats. Her particular way of disseminating behavior analysis is through food pictures on Instagram. Rosie has multiple CEU courses with Study Notes ABA (Soft Skills – This Time, It’s Personal and We Need to Talk: A Webinar on Ethics). Rosie lives and works in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. You can find her @rosie.eats.bx

Target Audience: Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts

Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course participants will be able to:

  • Describe what interpersonal skills are in the behavior analytic community.
  • Describe how interpersonal skills could improve client outcomes.
  • Describe and compare and contrast the results of Riess et al., 2012.
  • Describe and compare and contrast the results of Keijsers et al., 2000.
  • Describe and compare and contrast the results of Callahan, Foxx, et al., 2019.
  • Identify how building interpersonal skills could improve BCBA work demands.
  • Operationally define and describe important elements of interpersonal skills in a way that non-behavior analytic personnel can understand and implement