Speaking up has taken on a brand-new meaning in the wake of the #MeToo movement and the continued revelations by employees about workplace cultures of fear and suppression. In the workplace, it’s increasingly important that people feel safe speaking up – in fact, an internal Google study found that the No. 1 driver of high-performing teams is a feeling of psychological safety, or a shared belief that the team or culture is safe for interpersonal risk taking. Join WCL and organizational psychologist Lisa Zigarmi for this interactive workshop.
Join WCL AFTER FIVE as we explore the findings of The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Teams, by Dan Coyle. Coyle and team study some of the world’s most successful organizations to answer why some teams perform while others fall apart. “He demystifies the culture-building process by identifying three key skills that generate cohesion and cooperation and explains how diverse groups learn to function with a single mind.” WCL will summarize and guide you through key takeaways you can apply to your team the next day.
In the midst of constant change, leaders today are increasingly managing projects and teams being disrupted by evolving industries, technologies and ways of working. To succeed in this environment, leaders need to consider the human side of change in order to help their teams understand the changes underway and better support one another.
Join WCL and Kelley Forseth in an interactive workshop that will give you tools to build resilience (in yourself as well as your teams), communicate with teams undergoing disruption and navigate through change.