Self-regulation

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1. Behavioural skills.

Awareness of one's own emotional and motivational states, and the ability to take action to improve them.

It is often categorised into:

  • Behavioural self-regulation, including resisting impulsive behaviours for the sake of achieving longer term goals; and
  • Emotional self-regulation, for example talking oneself out of a bad mood.


2. Governance.

A mechanism where an organisation monitors and ensures its own adherence to law, ethical standards, and international norms.


See also


Other link

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