Building on our behaviour model event from last year we now want to look at psychological safety. Target audience: anyone in a business at any level, whether employed or self-employed. Benefits of attending and why it's engaging: a highly interactive online session to explore what psychological safety is and isn’t, what problems and opportunities it throws up, and why it’s particularly relevant now (e.g. prolific uncertainty, wellbeing and hybrid working). All pulled together into straightforward and easy to action advice.
This thought-provoking session will cover the definition of psychological safety and go on to explore the benefits, which we describe as a two-sided coin. One side of the hypothetical coin will focus on what psychological safety can help to prevent, and on the other side, what it can help to create… all linked to how it applies to today’s hybrid world we live in, including topics such as mental health, EDI and vulnerability. Throughout the event, participants will have the opportunity to think about, discuss, share and capture their thoughts and ideas with others in a psychologically safe space, as they engage in interactive exercises and make notes in their digital workbooks.
- David Scott
David, one of Rambutan’s founders, designs programmes, sessions, workshops and conferences on such diverse topics as leadership, culture change and coaching. He combines years of consulting and senior operations experience, with stints at Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Iceland; meaning that his clients benefit from his interventions being firmly rooted in the real world! David has a passion for helping to get the best from people and encouraging them to give their best. David’s coaching style is described as inspirational, thought-provoking, challenging and astonishing by those who’ve experienced it. David is an LSI (Life Styles Inventory) accredited coach, a master practitioner of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and he’s currently studying an MA in Coaching Psychology.