Executive Breakfast Presentation : How to create psychological safety during times of change and uncertainty
Changes in the corporate world occur more often, more forcefully and are more difficult to predict than ever before. No one knows what the future will hold. What we do know is that organisational change is hard, and the human dynamics of change are often the primary hurdles. The need to create psychological safety is of utmost importance to drive results and build relationships.
- As a leader, do you know how to create a psychologically safe environment where individuals feel encouraged to tell the truth?
- Do you know how to create a culture of candour that not only tolerates but rewards truth telling?
- Do you know how to create a culture that gives its employees the voice to not only identify what’s broken but to also enable them to fix what’s broken or better yet help elevate the organisation from good to great?
- Do you know how to manage the human side of change?
“A psychologically safe workplace environment is one where employees do not fear retribution for taking interpersonal risks, such as speaking up, challenging the status quo, and engaging in congruent communication and collaboration for the greater good of the organisation” (Amy Edmondson).
Thoughtful leaders help create a psychologically safe workplace culture where people have dual courage to speak the truth and to hear the truth.
Success at managing change depends mostly on starting down the right tracks. Join Helene Vermaak as she shares tips to successfully manage the human side of change in order to lead and drive business results throughout the transition timeframe.
Join us for a 90 minute presentation
Cost: R680.00 (Excl. Vat) per person
R5,000.00 excl VAT for a table of 8