ICLD 4.01 Self-Management Skills
Module Overview – 12 Self-Management Skills
The Skills in ICLD IV are a cluster of 12 skills are the skills of Living and Working effectively, the skills of Living on Purpose – instead of by accident. The daily psychological stresses that law enforcement professionals experience in their work puts them at a significantly greater risk than the general population for developing a host of long-term physical and mental health issues. This module is designed to introduce students to skills that allow them to build a personal foundation to cope with the negative effects of the job on a personal level.
It is important that you read this book as part of the course. The Minnesota POST Board has approved each module in Phase IV for 15 hours and 75 total hours for Phase IV, which includes time for reading this book.
- The Skill of Grounding: Focusing Awareness in the Present
- The Skills of Centering: Including Self in the Context of Events
- The Skills of Beliefs Clarification and Resolution
- Specifying Your Personal Purpose and Vision
- The Skill of Identifying Your Values
- The Skill of Life Planning to Provide Motivation and Balance
- The Skill of Educational Planning
- The Skill of Career Planning
- The Skill of Time and Priority Management
- The Skill of Stress Management
- The Skill of Energy Management
- The Skill of Maintaining a Positive Mental Attitude