This event has been submitted for SHRM-PDC and HRCI recertification credit.
The most healthy teams have the most conflict. They have learned to regularly exercise how they constructively challenge each other and embrace psychological safety whether in person or virtual. Leaders often feel fear when they hear the words psychological safety, picturing long-drawn out emotional discussions. By following the energy and inviting curiosity, your teams can embrace psychological safety.
- What is psychological safety, the neuroscience behind it and what does it look like on teams?
- How is energy an indicator of psychological safety?
- What are practical steps for fostering psychological safety on your team in-person and virtually?
ATD Competencies: Career and Leadership Development, Collaboration and Leadership, Cultural Awareness and Inclusion, Organization Development and Culture
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Karen Eber is a TEDx speaker that builds leaders and shapes culture one story at a time. Over the last decade, Karen is sought after for her keynotes and workshops across the globe. She uses stories to point out moments that matter to help leaders be aware of how to respond versus react. Her keynotes create different thinking and provide tips for developing employees, leaders and cultures that can be implemented immediately after leaving the ballroom and session.
Karen's talks draw on her 20 years of experience as a Global Culture Leader, Chief Learning Officer, Head of Leadership Development and C-Suite coach in GE, Deloitte and HP, along with Fortune 500 consulting. She has delivered largescale interactive keynotes, workshops and training for large audiences and small teams across all levels.
Karen is the CEO and Principal of Eber Leadership Group. Karen’s roots are in psychology, communications, performance improvement, adult learning and instructional design. She is a four-time American Training and
Development (ATD) award winner, and TEDX and TED Masterclass speaker. She is an eminent thought leader in various publications, including her popular article “Make Waffles, not Spaghetti.” Karen holds a Master’s in
Instructional Design and a Bachelor’s in Psychology and resides in Atlanta, GA.
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