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Western Wisconsin Women's Business Center

Western Dairyland Business Centers

Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Tue, Sep 10 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Facilitated by Western WI WBC
Topic: Business Basics

Psychological safety is the belief that you won’t be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. At work, it’s a shared expectation held by members of a team that teammates will not embarrass, reject, or punish them for sharing ideas, taking risks, or soliciting feedback. Psychological safety at work doesn’t mean that everybody is nice to each other all the time. It means that people feel free to “brainstorm out loud,” voice half-finished thoughts, openly challenge the status quo, share feedback, and work through disagreements together — knowing that leaders value honesty, candor, and truth-telling, and that team members will have one another’s backs. Learn why psychological safety is an essential condition for creating a healthy and productive work environment and how you can create a culture of connection that includes psychological safety. ABOUT TERRI ALLRED Terri Allred is a dynamic and experienced consultant, leadership development expert, and catalyst for team transformation. With a passion for helping nonprofit and business leaders unlock the full potential of their teams, Terri brings a unique blend of skills and expertise to drive impactful change. Even while she served as Executive Director of 6 nonprofits in three states, Terri always owned and operated a consulting and coaching business. For more than 25 years, she has provided training, business and personal coaching, program development and many other services to hundreds of individuals and organizations. Terri is a certified Spiritual Coach, Enneagram Facilitator, Reiki Master, Restorative Justice Facilitator, Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. She is also certified in Deep Streaming Facilitation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique, and Time Integrations For Maximum Empowerment (T.I.M.E). NOTE: By signing up for this webinar, you agree to be automatically subscribed to our (bi)weekly newsletter. You are able to unsubscribe at any point. Thank you for your interest in our webinars and events!

Speaker(s): Terri Allred,


Fee: No Cost

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