You’re having a really bad day at work, when you find a co-worker’s empty coffee cup on your desk. It wouldn’t usually be a big deal, but all your frustrations about your workday bubble up and you find yourself wanting to yell at them. If you’ve ever found yourself in a situation like this, you may need to look at self-regulation.

Self-regulation is all about managing your emotions. If you don’t have good self-regulation skills, you may lack self-confidence and self-esteem, and you may have trouble dealing with stress or frustration. Developing your self-regulation skills will help you stay calmer and more positive. There are several techniques to improve self-regulation, such as distress tolerance and cognitive reframing.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

• Identify the 5 characteristics of self-regulation
• Recognize why self-regulation is important
• Apply techniques to improve self-regulation

Why take this course?

Everyone will benefit from taking this course. It’ll help you improve your emotional intelligence and your ability to manage your emotions in difficult or stressful circumstances. You’ll learn what self-regulation is, the importance of being able to self-manage your emotions, and some techniques to help you develop self-regulation skills.

10 mins | SCORM | Development Plan