Morale, Motivation, Suicide Prevention-Intervention, Stress Management, & Resiliency for LEO’s

 Morale, Motivation, Suicide Prevention-Intervention, Stress Management, & Resiliency for LEO’s

Course Goal: This seminar is designed to educate others on improving motivation, morale,  preventing and intervening with those that experience suicidality, stress recognition and management tools, improving communication style and patterns of interpersonal behavior, and resiliency cultivation techniques for all levels and ranks within the law enforcement profession.


Following the completion of this didactic, the overall goal for attendees will be to gain new insight into the following: Differences between motivation and morale, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Herzberg’s Motivation Hygiene Theory, use of motivating strategies, a framework for understanding personality traits/characteristics, stress management, post– trauma based reactions, generalized anxiety conditions, benefits of relaxation, police trauma and statistics, resiliency acquisition for law enforcement, and suicide prevention and intervention.

Instructional Objectives:


  • Motivation vs. Morale
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Herzberg’s Motivation Hygiene Theory
  • Use of motivating strategies
  • Understanding personality traits and characteristics within law enforcement
  • Overview of stress management, stress recognition, fight/flight process
  • Improving communication style and patterns of Interpersonal behavior
  • Post-trauma stress and critical incidents for law enforcement personnel
  • Resiliency cultivation for law enforcement personnel
  • Police trauma and statistics
  • Suicide prevention and intervention
  • Suicidality awareness
  • Law enforcement suicide
  • Benefits of relaxation

Applied use of behavioral-health tools learned for law enforcement scenarios

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