Enhancing Psychological Safety in Teams and Organizations - Metro DC Chapter

  • 12 May 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom
  • 29


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Where does an employee’s sense of psychological safety come from? The answer isn’t “from their interactions with their L&D department”. Psychological safety is created and lost in the environment in which people do their work, and as learning and development professionals we naturally operate outside of that environment. So, what is it that we can do from our peripheral vantage point to enhance the feelings of psychological safety within the teams and organizations that we support?

Join us for an interesting and engaging session on strategies and tactics for enhancing psychological safety in the workplace.

Presenter:  Ari Friedman

Ari Friedman is an Organizational Development Consultant with nearly a decade of experience delivering high-impact people and performance solutions to a variety of industries such as healthcare, media, and tech. He is passionate about helping leaders and teams unlock new dimensions of their potential, and relishes the opportunity to support individual and interpersonal transformations. Ari earned his Masters in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and has had the great fortune of applying his education, experience, and passions to many forward-thinking and diverse organizations.