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During this highly interactive course, participants will learn the five components of emotional intelligence while focusing on self-awareness and self-regulation. Because implicit/explicit bias is defined as the beliefs we have about others, both conscious and unconscious, it is vital that we have profound self-awareness and develop exceptional social skills in law enforcement environments. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is utilized to explain how emotional dysregulation can affect perception and, therefore, actions. Understanding Emotional Intelligence and understanding personal implicit/explicit bias leads to improved decisions/behaviors while working with offenders.
- Name the five components of emotional intelligence;
- Define each component;
- Explain why emotional intelligence is a key to understanding implicit/explicit bias and why both are perishable skills;
- Name three ways that implicit/explicit bias can impact social regulation and social skills in negative or positive ways;
- Name five origins of implicit/explicit bias in their life.
- Describe how emotional dysregulation can affect perceptions and biases based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
- Utilize tools to decipher when they are or another are dysregulated and how this effect one’s actions, taking implicit/explicit bias to the explicit expression.
Instructor Specialty: Jamie Wolf is constantly seeking avenues to advance their own learning in order to provide their students with the most up-to-date, cutting edge, evidence-based training programs available. Wolf has completed over 800 hours of training specific to communication and Non Violent Communication, implicit/explicit bias and the work of Danial Goleman, Ph.D. Jamie understands the impact implicit/explicit bias plays in every interaction and how that is magnified in the world of the law enforcement professional. They are committed to providing the most current evidence-based material to their students, and their dedication and passion for the subject matter is further evidenced by the consistent praise they receive from their students who routinely applaud them for their charismatic, humorous, learner-centric approach.
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