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Tuesday, April 9 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Psychological Safety Cause & Effect Workshop

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Do you think concepts such as psychological safety, teamwork, and emotional assertiveness are luxuries? Do you believe teams can produce the same results regardless of their psychological safety? Do you suppose that these concepts are overrated and managers shouldn't worry about them because employees will have relatively same level of productivity anyway? Then you should attend this workshop.

We will play two rounds of a wireframe development game and you will see how the presence and absence of psychological safety can alter the end results and bottom lines. Depending on cultural values, how the teams are set up, and the way senior managers treat and reward people, they will feel psychologically safe, not safe, or worse, threatened. They will behave differently, express their opinions differently, and collaborate differently. The teams will function differently and the product they make will look like significantly different.

Join the workshop and experience it firsthand. This workshop will help Agilists, coaches, and managers to experience the cause and effect relationship between psychological safety and productivity of teams.

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Nima Bahrehdar

Agile Coach, DTCC
Nima has years of experience coaching organizations and championing continuous improvement, with a focus on Enterprise Agility and scaling it up for complex environments. He promotes Agility through double-loop Agile: design a good enough framework, try it, get feedback, and make... Read More →

Tuesday April 9, 2019 10:45am - 12:15pm EDT

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