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 Export to Your Calendar 9/23/2020
When: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020
12:00pm-1:00pm
Where: Online - once registered you will receive a WebEx invite the day of
United States


Online registration is available until: 9/22/2020
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September Webinar: Creating Psychological Safety in Remote Teams


Teams are the mechanism for solving our most challenging and complex problems, as well as the everyday issues we face. Teams are everywhere but the way we are teaming is changing. There are more remote teams than ever before – bringing challenges not only to team leaders but to team members.

Psychological safety allows individuals to be themselves and openly express ideas and concerns without a fear of retribution. Learn the behaviors and practices you can bring to your remote team to increase psychological safety, reduce burnout and turnover, and create a productive environment.

In this engaging webinar, you will:

  • Understand what psychological safety looks like in your teams and the benefits of having it.
  • Learn best practices to create a higher level of psychological safety in your team, especially for hybrid or remote teams.
  • Share how both team leaders and team members can contribute to creating an environment of strong psychological safety.

Speakers:

Peter K. Stewart, PhD

Managing Partner

Stewart Leadership 

 

Peter K. Stewart, PhD, is an experienced business psychologist specializing in leadership consulting, coaching and training.

Over the last 15 years, with his unique blend of insightful psychological and business perspectives, Peter has helped hundreds of individuals in diverse settings and professional positions achieve success in their personal growth and leadership development. He helps them conceptualize and understand their role in complex organizational systems through clear, practical and common-sense direction with a clear plan of action.

After completing his graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Kansas, Peter ran a group practice for several years, as well as being an adjunct professor at Washington State University. He is an active researcher, trainer, author and speaker. He has published many articles and studies in Forbes and peer-reviewed journals, presented at national conferences and participated in the development, standardization and psychometric analysis of multiple assessment instruments.

Peter’s unique background combined with a pragmatic, skills-focused application make him ideal to partner with organizations and individuals to bring sustained improvement through talent management and leadership development strategies.

Peter lives in Washington State with his wife, Michelle and their four sons.

 

 


Event Fees

Non-Member $35.00
Member $15.00
Student Member $0.00

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TCSHRM is applying for 1 SHRM and 1 HRCI credit. We will update this page once credits are approved. 

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