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Creating Psychological Safety – Speak Up Listen Up Strategies With Entertainment
November 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EST$50
Psychological safety can be defined as the belief that you won’t be punished for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. Achieving this in your organization involves not only shifting the cultural dynamics around Speaking-Up, but also ensuring that the organization is listening to and responding appropriately. Having employees yelling into the abyss causes more harm than good. This program will focus on strategies and techniques to generate a listening organization and how the tools & techniques from improv and entertainment can help.
- The Business Case: To create a Listen-Up culture, we must influence organizational leaders to take accountability for encouraging the free flow of information — even when the facts are hard to hear.
- Listening Techniques & Exercises: Listening is a muscle that can be improved through practice. There are a variety of interactive exercises and role plays to help leaders (and ethics & compliance professionals) become more acutely aware of both verbal and physical communication styles that can help or hinder an environment of trust and support.
- Organizational Listening: Organizations have ears too — how organizations can foster and promote a culture of speaking up/listening up.