What you will learn:

Research indicates that pscyholgocial safety – more than any other factor – is critical to making a team work well. And organizations with higher levels of psychological safety perform better on multiple metrics, from innovation to employee well-being. Here's the challenge: While it’s more important than ever to nurture trusting work cultures, the new normal of virtual and hybrid work settings is making them harder to create and sustain.
In this workshop, attendees gain critical understanding about psychological safety and its benefits and how to help build such cultures. This class is important if 1) You are concerned about a diminished sense of safety created in virtual settings 2) You recognize that the boundaries between personal life and work have blurred and therefore created a greater need for psychological safety in the workplace. 3) You believe that psychological safety is critical to moving the needle on DEI (also documented). Attendees leave the workshop with: 1) a strong understanding of psychological safety and its benefits in the workplace 2) tools and frameworks to use in order to build trust and create safety 3) the ability to hold authentic discussions that nurture psychological safety.

About the instructor:

Trish is a DE&I change agent, a sought-after DE&I speaker, advisor, writer, and workshop facilitator, and also a certified energy healing practitioner. She's on a mission to help organizations become more inclusive for all employees. A sampling of her expertise and passion includes allyship across identity difference – including race and gender – inclusive leadership, psychological safety, intersectionality, sponsorship and mentorship, and gender equity.

Trish has extensive experience working with organizations throughout the U.S. and internationally. Speaking engagements range from workshops and keynotes to panel discussions and roundtables. Clients include international corporations, early-stage companies, non-profits, and academic institutions. She works with employees at all levels and coaches senior leaders to help them navigate DE&I challenges.

She has written numerous research reports on topics ranging from disability inclusion and allyship to intersectionality and workplace culture. Her speaking engagements draw on this research. In all of her work, she emphasizes human connection, shared experiences, cross-cultural understanding, compassion, intellectual curiosity, and actionable recommendations.

Previously, Trish served as Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business (CWB) at Bentley University, leading mission-driven work to create more inclusive organizations, working on behalf of more than 100 organizations and establishing a track record of exceptional client referrals. Earlier, she served as vice president of Ogilvy & Mather Public Relations and senior vice president of FleishmanHillard Public Relations.
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Suggested Length90 min
# of Employees200
FormatLive

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