Emotional Intelligence and Officer Wellness
This 8-hour seminar provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to understand officer wellness and emotional intelligence. The course, led by Sergeant Robert Fox and Dr. Dalal Juma, covers the Officer Wellness Model and its various components, including awareness, solution-focused approaches, peer support, resiliency, healthy habits, spirituality, and family. Participants will also learn about Emotional Quotient (EQ) and the various components of Emotional Intelligence (EI), including self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. Students will be required to demonstrate proficiency in both officer wellness and emotional intelligence components by completing self-assessments and reflecting on areas that require additional development.
Sergeant Robert Fox, a police supervisor and trainer with 17 years of law enforcement experience, will be one of the instructors for this course. Robert has worked as an officer, FTO, instructor, sergeant, and lieutenant at a mid-size police department. He has also been a SWAT team member for over eleven years as a sniper, sniper team leader, and trainer. Robert has also worked on community policing, developing a plan for the City Manager and Council to further develop community-oriented policing. Prior to law enforcement, Robert worked with police and social services in the United Kingdom to reduce recidivism in young offenders. He also served in the British Army for eleven years.
Dr. Dalal Juma, who holds a Bachelor's degree in Education, a Master's in Education, and a Doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership, will also be an instructor for this course. Dr. Juma conducted and published research regarding Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Climate during her doctoral studies. She served as an educator and administrator in various educational settings for ten years. She has over ten years of experience researching and implementing fundamentals of diversity equity and inclusion in public and private sectors, including educational settings and private organizations. She has served on panels and presented at local and national-level conferences throughout the United States. Dr. Juma currently serves as a Learning Consultant on a Department of Defense contract for a large-scale technology organization.
This course will take place on December 12th, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and can be attended in person or synchronously via web broadcast. The Law Enforcement Training Institute, located at 2800 Maguire Boulevard Columbia, MO 65211, will host the course.
The course offers 8 hours of training, including 4 hours of skill development and 4 hours of interpersonal training. The registration fee is $120, which includes all instruction, continuing law enforcement education units (CLEE), handout materials, and a certificate of completion. Full refunds will be accommodated up to six working days prior to seminars. Cancellations five business days before the start of class or no-shows will be subject to a 20-percent service charge regardless of payment type.
For program and registration information, email [email protected].
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Event date: Dec. 4, 2023 - Dec. 8, 2023
Event date: Dec. 4, 2023
Event time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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