Strive For Safety
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
In this important workshop, participants will learn how to achieve psychological safety in everyday conversations. Participants will learn strategies on how to make the receiver feel less defensive and more engaged in the dialogue. This workshop will introduce the latest research on neuroscience pertaining to diversity and inclusion (D&I) and how our brains are impacted when it comes to psychological safety. This workshop will also share strategies on how to recover quickly when we accidentally “step in it” (e.g., when we say or do the wrong thing that offends another person).
WHO IS THIS FOR:
Managers, Supervisors, Directors
A team lead
Anyone who leads a team wanting to increase their interpersonal relationships, emotional intelligence, and build lasting trust
WHAT IS PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY ANYWAY?
Google performed a two year study interviewing over 180 teams on what makes a high performing team? From this research project, which they called “Project Aristotle,” psychological safety bubbled to the top of the list as the most important ingredient to a high performing team?
Why is this important for us? Essentially, it is less about who was on the team and more about how the team worked together. That “HOW” is what we discuss here in this workshop.
DURING THIS WORKSHOP, YOU’LL LEARN:
- A deeper understanding of what psychological safety is and what it can look like in your organization or team?
- What are the Four Horsemen to the Apocalypse and what does this have to do with psychological safety?
- Learn more about emotionally bidding and the art of turning towards
- Practicing the art of genuinely listening so that the other person feels seen, heard, and validated
HOW TO WATCH THE TRAINING:
This workshop will be LIVE. Once you complete your payment, you’ll receive a link to access the training and all the information you need to get started.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
1. Computer or Phone
2. Pen and paper if you would like to take notes
3. A nice quiet place to listen