Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence-Dixon

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Capacity: 15 - Available: 6
Date: Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 23, 2021
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Location:
Dixon Police Department
220 S. Hennepin Avenue
Dixon, IL
Instructor: Jan Mirikitani-Jan Mirikitani & Associates


Members' Fee: $0
Sworn Non-Members' Fee: $85
Non-Members' Fee: $85
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COURSE CONTENT:

 

PRIMAL LEADERSHIP:  LEARNING TO LEAD WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
                       

Based on the New York Times best seller, Daniel Goleman addresses the resounding 
need for leaders & employees to embody Emotional Intelligence (EQ) skills..  This
class discusses the four EQ cores, that when practiced with diligent commitment,
move, motivate, & lead at every level of your agency.  Never before has the need
been greater from the inside-out to support & sustain Officer and civilian morale. 

The instructor will clarify & discuss with class participation:


1. The cores of Emotional Intelligence:
    Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Management
2. How honing/self-managing each core impacts a Supervisor’s/Commander’s ability
    to lead & develop their subordinates.
3. Recognizing & managing manipulative behaviors in self & others that erode internal
    healthy professional relationships that negatively impact Officers with the public.
4. EQ skills leaders need to build & sustain subordinate morale in these difficult times
    to constructively debrief towards increasing public human civility & professionalism.
5. Assessing Police past public practices towards building best/present practices to
   invest in & increase community trust in the Police.

Supervisors & Commanders will do group work to discuss common scenarios & conflicts
& how to use EQ skills to invest in Officer development.

This class is taught by Jan Mirikitani.  Jan has been a law enforcement and government trainer for 31 years.  She has ridden thousands of hours with Police Officers.  Her
teaching is genuine, honest, & realistic, making all material applicable & accountable
to the Department’s mission & public trust.