Given that the average person spends 60 percent of their time at work, our organizations play a pivotal role in how psychologically safe we feel. A workplace can either protect our psychological health or diminish it. A psychologically safe organization actively strives to both prevent psychological harm and actively boost psychological safety. This workshop provides an overview of the characteristics of a psychologically safe workplace and the roles of both the employee and employer in promoting psychological safety. Participants will explore the 13 factors proven to impact the well-being of employees and learn strategies that they can implement in their own organization to enhance psychological safety.
Price: $119.00 CAD
Credit Hours (CEU)
Some of the Topics Reviewed
- The 13 Factors That Impact Psychological Safety
- Benefits of Promoting Psychological Safety
- How Employees Can Support Psychological Safety
- How Organizations Can Implement Psychologically Safe Practices
- Assessing Your Organization’s Psychological Safety
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Jennifer is a facilitator and instructional designer with nearly a decade of experience developing and delivering training workshops to participants in small and medium-sized organizations and academic institutions. She has written and facilitated more than 20 workshop topics to private and public employees in core areas like interpersonal communication, business, coaching, and leadership. In addition to degrees achieved in Adult Education and Instructional Design, she is a certified Positive Psychology coach. Jennifer maintains an active training practice and works as an instructional designer in a variety of settings. Jennifer believes real learning originates from self-awareness and self-reflection. As a trainer she is committed to creating this within learners by providing an energetic, thoughtful and engaging delivery of content and learning activities.
This is an intermediate level workshop applicable to both managers and employees.