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RITE LEADERSHIP for Iowa State University Police: DEC 12, 2019 (Ames, IA)
December 12, 2019
PRIVATE Training: Iowa State University Police Leaders (Invite only)
RITE Emotional & Social Intelligence Leadership Training for Iowa State University Police LEADERS, will be conducted December 12, 2019. This training is by invitation only. Contact information below.
Iowa State University Police
The Iowa State University Police Department is the official law enforcement authority for the university. More than 40 fully certified, sworn police officers and dispatchers provide a variety of services to the community 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The ISU Police Department is a professional, nationally recognized police agency. Iowa State University police officers receive the same training and certification as officers at other police units throughout the state. Through our community-oriented policing services, you will often engage with us through outreach opportunities. Our top priority is the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors to Iowa State.
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“Here’s how RITE Training has benefited our Officers and our Community”
RITE Leadership Training
Teaching critical components of both Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Social Intelligence (SI), improves resiliency awareness, as well as personal and professional relationships.
Emotional Intelligence is being aware of our emotions, and to acknowledge that emotions can drive behavior that impacts others (positively and negatively). Social Intelligence is how we effectively navigate and negotiate all social relationships and situations.
RITE Tools, like the Emotional Energy Ladder (in this photo), makes us aware of our emotions, how we affect others, and that only we have the power to make those changes.
Anger, Hate, and Blame, lives at the bottom of the Ladder. Although we all can feel those emotions during our day, learning how to control them, is key to great leadership. Bias-free engagement, lives at the top of the Ladder with Love, Gratitude, Joy, and Confidence.
A safe workplace, free of all types of harassment starts with doing the RITE thing, and helping others do the same. Improved communication starts here.
Racial Intelligence is: “The practice of using Emotional Intelligence (EI), Social Intelligence (SI) and the RITE Tools to treat ourselves and others fairly.”
RITE Professional Workplace Training
Our Professional Workplace Training is nationally recognized in creating a bias-free, harassment-free workplace. Our approach is unique and the training is actually fun and engaging, while reinforcing company values of having a professional workplace culture not just for some, but for all employees.
Each class includes Emotional Intelligence Tools everyone will learn from, and use in class with each other. These are designed to share with loved ones at home, and at work well after we are gone.
Workplace Culture Breakdowns include:
- Unprofessional Behavior
- Elements of Entitlement
- Mental Looping and Negative Banter
- Implicit Bias and Hot Buttons
- Rumors and Gossip
RITE helps to reinforce the company culture of treating everyone fairly, in a professional manner. Learning to Value others, is key to building a professional workplace culture, that will be passed on for years to come.
RITE in the Media:
Policing is affected by Officer Implicit Issues – Article Link
6 Signs a Bully is causing your Workplace Harassment Issues Article Link
Professional Workplace Culture is Reducing Police Misconduct – Article Link
1407 University Blvd.
Ames, IA 50011
Contact: Deputy Chief, Carrie Jacobs
Iowa State University Police
2519 Osborn Drive
Ames, Iowa 50011
- December 12, 2019
- Event Categories:
- EVENTS, RITE Leadership Training
- Event Tags:
- Community Policing, Elements of Entitlement, Emotional Intelligence, Hot Buttons, implicit bias, Iowa State University Police, Mental Looping, Negative Banter, Professional Workplace Culture, Reiman Gardens, rite academy, Rumors and Gossip, Unprofessional Behavior, Workplace Harassment Issues