Psychological Safety in the Workplace
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Jennifer is a facilitator and instructional designer with over 12 years' experience designing and delivering in-class and online training workshops. She holds a Master of Arts in Applied Communication and a Bachelor of Post-Secondary Education. Jennifer has designed and facilitated courses in core areas such as workplace psychological safety, interpersonal communication, and conflict resolution. As a certified Positive Psychology Coach, she has trained in the study of workplace wellness and personal well-being. Jennifer is passionate about creating psychological safety in the workplace and believes it is what truly leads to high-performing and motivated teams. She is an energetic and thoughtful presenter who is committed to providing learning experiences that are fun, engaging, and easily applicable. Read blogs written by Jennifer here.
A psychologically safe organization actively strives to both prevent psychological harm and actively boost psychological safety. This webinar 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.
Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to:
- Identify what makes a workplace psychologically safe
- Recognize the 13 factors that contribute to psychological safety at work
- Identify the characteristics that contribute to (i) a psychologically safe organizational culture; (ii) a civil and respectful workplace; and (iii) a workplace that values involvement and influence