“An imbalance exists in police training: the actual daily demands of law enforcement officers are poorly reflected in the way in which they are trained. This begins in academy settings where trainees—recruited from the military—are honing firearm proficiency and force-option skills, training for the most combative situations to prepare for the worst. This military model for training has been applied in nearly half of police academies; being geared for battle after graduating through the 1033 program creates a further disconnect between expectation and reality. As stated in the recent webinar on the neuroscience of de-escalation delivered by the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI).”

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Are Our Brains Wired to Quiet Quit?

January 3rd, 2023|

In this article written for the Harvard Business Review, Dr. David Rock and Jay Dixit provide neuro-science based knowledge around the trending term, 'quiet quitting.'