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Creating Psychologically Safe Organizations

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Course Description
First, we will begin by walking participants through what we mean when we say Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (“DEI&B”) so that we have the same conceptual framework as we build our conversation exploring psychological safety and how to operationalize it. Then we will define psychological safety, outline its value, and outline actionable advice to drive behavioral changes that lead to a more inclusive and equitable working experience for all. Then we will equip participants with actionable steps to take aligning to the four levels of allyship (individual, interpersonal, institutional, and cultural) as it relates to building psychological safety. We will also highlight the use of empathy mapping to understand how and when to use the tools in the psychological safety toolkit in order to create new habits both individually and within teams.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Define DEI&B as it relates to psychological safety
  • Implement actionable advice to create an inclusive and equitable working experience
  • Use empathy mapping to understand when and how to use the tools in the psychological safety toolkit

Duration: 60 minutes
Closed Caption: English

Accreditations: CEU : 0.1 / PDH : 1
SWE is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU. In order to earn CEUs for this course, you must complete the full course and pass the knowledge check assessment with an 80%.


Contributors

  • Megan Abman

    Megan Abman(she/they) lives with the purpose of inspiring confidence and empowerment. With their background in neuroscience and organizational psychology, they are passionate about helping others perform at their best by fostering the most equitable and inclusive working experience for all. They are a serial entrepreneur, most recently co-founding Strata RMK, a diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging ("DEI&B") consultancy where they have the privilege of serving as a fractional Chief Inclusion Officer for organizations across the world. Megan resides in Denver, CO.

  • Karyn Lu

    Karyn Lu's (she/her) personal mission is to inspire moments of meaning and beauty through human connection. As a co-founder of Strata RMK, she works closely with organizations all over the world to foster brave spaces and reimagine the future of work. With a background in human-centered design and product development, Karyn has 15+ years of experience building inclusive teams, products, and services across both private and public sectors. She has been a TEDx speaker, and her work has earned a Webby Award and a CES Innovation Award. Karyn resides in Atlanta, GA, with her husband and two sons.

September 1, 2022
Thu 3:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 0M

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