Teamraderie Thought Leadership Presents
Fearless Organization Webinar
A live virtual discussion with Harvard Professor Amy Edmondson and Stanford Professor Bob Sutton (free for participants).
Monday, September 12, 2022
10:00am-10:45am PT / 1:00pm-1:45pm ET
How to Create Psychological Safety
“Uncertainty” is the word that characterizes the current environment. And yet, teams require a sense of belonging, security, and safety to do their best work.
In this Teamraderie Thought Leadership Webinar, Harvard’s Amy Edmondson will be interviewed by Stanford’s Bob Sutton as two of the world’s top management thought leaders explore ‘how’ to create an environment of ‘Psychological Safety’ on your team to help them thrive.
Attendees can expect a discussion on:
- What is psychological safety?
- Why does psychological safety lead to superior team performance?
- How can managers create psychological safety on their teams?
Plus: Q&A with Amy Edmondson & Bob Sutton
Attend the Fearless Organization Event for a chance to receive a free copy of The Fearless Organization!
The first 500 registrants will receive a book after attending the September event. At this time, we are able to send books only to U.S. addresses.
Meet Your Hosts
Her research examines psychological safety and teaming within organizations. She is an expert on how leaders enable the vital learning and collaboration to performance in a dynamic environment. Amy is credited with inventing and popularizing the term ‘Psychological Safety’.
His research focuses on changing organizations for the better, leading with competence and kindness, and building workplaces that don’t drive people crazy. Bob is a five-time New York Times best-selling author and contributor to the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review.
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