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May 27, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
At your computer/device
Patty Purpur de Vries, MS
Creating a Culture of Psychological Safety in the Workplace
How psychologically safe is your workplace? Do people feel comfortable speaking up in team meetings, asking questions, making mistakes, or expressing a dissenting view?
Psychological safety is the shared belief among team members that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. Project Aristotle, a research initiative conducted by Google, studied the effectiveness of teams across the organization. After analyzing data from many angles, it zeroed in on psychological safety, more than anything else, as the key to team effectiveness and performance. How do you develop and nurture this critical condition in the workplace?
In this noontime webinar, you will learn how you can help create a psychologically safe work environment. We will look at research by Amy Edmonson, Barbara Fredrickson, Carol Dweck, and others to tap into their best practices for a more positive work culture. You will walk away with practical tips for increasing positivity and psychological safety in your organization and your home life.
This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.
Instructor: Patty Purpur de Vries, MS, is the director of strategy, outreach and innovation for Stanford’s BeWell Programs and an ambassador for the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center.
Class details are subject to change.