Psychological Safety is being touted as a key contributor to driving corporate cultural change, improving team performance and as a key element of inclusion. At the core of Psychological Safety is empathy.
In today’s uncertain and stressful environment, it’s even more important for leaders and individuals to tap into their empathy in order for their teams to survive and thrive. Many of us have never been trained to demonstrate, let alone embrace this critical leadership trait. The key to genuine empathy is to EVOLVE.
EVOLVE means to demonstrate what empathy looks like in your daily interactions. In this interactive session, we’ll explore:
- The importance of psychological safety foster an environment for showing up authentically without fear of negative consequences
- The EVOLVE principles and discuss tangible actions you can take immediately in order to lead your team
- Techniques to open conversations, foster active listening and other tips to facilitate engagement and retention
$10 per member
$15 per non-member
NOTE: An email invitation with Zoom information will be sent to all registrants prior to the event.
Who should attend
Members and non-members: emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advisory
NEW takes the safety of our community very seriously. This is especially the case during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The information below details adjustments we have made or considerations around our planned in-person events.
The Network of Executive Women will not be hosting any live events through Labor Day, 2020 (at a minimum) and both of our national conferences have been shifted to virtual. The criteria we continue to evaluate includes clarity around mitigated health risk for large events and gatherings, stay-at-home orders ending in all states, and employees of our partner organizations being at liberty to participate in large gatherings.
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Portions of this event may be photographed and videotaped for use by the Network of Executive Women in its sole discretion. Any and all attendees of the event may be videotaped and/or photographed while in attendance and attendees will not be compensated in any fashion for use of a videotape or photograph containing any attendee's image or likeness.