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Psychological Safety – Foundations (IN-PERSON)

March 19| 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

The Foundations course will introduce you to the concept of Psychological Safety and provide you with simple tools to use in the workplace

Creating psychological safety is critical to success as organizations become more geographically dispersed and seek out new ways to motivate and retain employees, increase
productivity, and promote an inclusive culture.

The Foundations course will introduce you to the concept of Psychological Safety and provide you with simple tools to build Psychological Safety in the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the components of Psychological Safety and
    how it relates to organizational success.
  • Understand Psychological Safety concepts.
  • Be able to practice tools in your environment to increase
    Psychological Safety at work.

Who Should Attend:

  • Leaders who want to build a more supportive and engaged
    workplace.
  • Teams and team members who want to work better
    together.
  • Consultants and other professionals who want to deepen
    their understanding and add to their toolkit.

About the Facilitators

Sandra Daniel, Openfield Institute

Sandra is a strategy and change designer and facilitator. She helps people design their own approaches for the emergence of new ways of working. Sandra’s specific expertise is in cultural transformation and public sector environments. 

Mack Adams, Alluvial Management Consulting, Inc 

Mack is an Management Consultant, Advisor and Facilitator who works with the leaders of organizations on aligning their teams, processes and products towards meeting strategic goals and outcomes.  

Venue

Location To Be Confirmed
TBD, Victoria, BC V8P1Z2
Victoria, V8P1Z2 CA
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