Psychological safety is more and more becoming a critical issue to healthy, productive workplaces. Safe Work Australia indicate that this issue is of “National Interest”
Australian Workplace Barometer: Psychosocial safety, climate and worker health (2012)
Join us to explore the concept of Psychological Safety
Discover what “Psychological Safety”is and what it looks like in the workplace.
Know the bottom line cost & impact of ‘psychological safety’ in today’s business (including yours)
why it is emerging as a critical business success factor.
Identify it and what to do about it? This includes turning this emerging ‘challenge’ into your competitive advantage.
Leaders have got it wrong….
We put warning labels on smoking packs; maybe we should put warnings on companies that have low social support. Leaders have got it wrong. It’s not about managers providing social support, but rather about switching team members on to the benefits they receive in providing social support to their peers
Shawn Achor, Harvard Business School
An Opportunity To Lead To Higher Performance
We will conduct a highly interactive program on Wednesday 18th March, 2015. This powerful workshop is an alliance between Bridgeworks, Larsen Jensen & Safety Dynamics. Wayne Dyson from Bridgeworks will join workplace safety specialists, Pete Jensen of Larsen Jensen and Ken Armanasco from Safety Dynamics – Three professionals with collectively 75 years experience helping leaders build engaged and psychologically safe workplaces.
Wednesday 18th March, 2015: 9am-4.30pm
The Treacy Centre, Parkville (Melbourne)
Groups of 3 or more: $625pp
Early bird $595pp by 4th Feb
Places are limited thus bookings are essential.
Contact Bridgeworks on 03 9585 7990 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pete Jensen of Larsen Jensen & Wayne Dyson of BRIDGEWORKS
Wednesday 18th March 2015, 9am-4.30pm
The Treacy Centre, Parkville