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Decisions, decisions, decisions. We make hundreds if not thousands of them every day. And most of our decisions are made subconsciously, quickly, and emotionally. As a matter of fact, emotion is a big player in your daily decision-making.
Have you ever made a decision while angry which you later regretted? Being able to reign in disruptive emotions leads to better decisions. So how do we identify and control these disruptive emotions? With the use of Emotional Intelligence.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a key component of decision-making. Research shows that those with a high level of Emotional Intelligence make better decisions, are move motivated, display a higher level of empathetic understanding and are less susceptible to an amygdala hijacking. Stress, whether incident or self-induced impacts not only the decision-making process but the overall outcome.
Attendees will be introduced to the 5 pillars of EI and tactics to increase EI. We will also look at several mental and thinking models to assist the criminal justice professional with their decision-making. Having a latticework of mental or thinking models is a necessity to help us navigate the complex world we live in.
Webinars with this Speaker
- Oct 12: Chaos: Using Emotional Intelligence to Reduce Uncertainty
- Feb 3: Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making (this webinar)
- April 12: Lateral-Hire Onboarding: Field Training for the Experienced Officer
- May 26: Adaptive Leadership: Creating “Sticky” Organizational Cultures
This webinar was pre-approved for 1 CEU credit by the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP)® and the DoD Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program (D-SAACP). Founded in 1975, the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) is the oldest national victim assistance organization of its type in the United States and is the recognized leader in victim advocacy, education and credentialing. To learn more about NOVA, visit trynova.org.