Online, MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP: Psychological Safety in the Boardroom and Beyond

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MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP: Psychological Safety in the Boardroom and Beyond

Online, MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP: Psychological Safety in the Boardroom and Beyond

December 6, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Online, MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP: Psychological Safety in the Boardroom and Beyond @ Online

Gain strategies to build a growth culture inclusive of innovation, healthy debate, proactive problem-solving and decision-making.

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Psychological safety is one of the most important workplace attributes in today’s competitive and challenging environment. A culture that provides the space for everyone to share thoughts and feelings, and fosters experimentation will promote innovation, engagement and growth. In psychologically safe teams and boards, each member feels heard, accepted and respected.

Join Business Women Australia National Director, Lyn Hawkins, together with Kerrie Nobes, who is a passionate advocate and specialist facilitator sought by large organisations and private companies to build psychological safety in the workplace.

This interactive online workshop will give practical tools and strategies to build a safe environment for your team members to productively question the status quo, make decisions, take risks, innovate, and help your profits grow.

Whether you are on a board, a leader, or building a business, this hands-on Masterclass will be a valuable session where you can apply the learnings immediately to your team. We will lean into the work and research of Amy Edmondson, one of the leaders in this field, to explore the best ways to help re-engage, reignite, and retain your team.

Any strategy for building a growth culture that embraces innovation, healthy debate, proactive problem-solving and decision-making, should start with the executive suite, combined with processes and policies that then support every individual in the organisation. Drive accountability and responsibility to question the status quo and look for better ways. Hear how boards, executive teams and managers can lead the way.

Register your seat at this online workshop if you are looking to build a culture providing psychological safety.

Who is the workshop designed for: 

  • CEOs, General Managers, Principals and Practice Managers
  • Chairs, Members of Boards and Committees
  • HR, People& Culture Professionals
  • Managers, Team Leaders and Professionals

About Kerrie Nobes: Kerrie works with with her own developed 3 pillar approach:  Support, Challenge & Champion to achieve goals.  She has a passion for positive, productive workplace cultures that encourage growth and innovation. Psychological safety is a key factor in her facilitation/coaching and consulting.Kerrie holds a Diploma of Leadership & Coaching,  Certificate IV’s  in Leadership & Management, Personal & Business Coaching and Training & Assessment. She is a member of International Coaching Federation.

About Lyn Hawkins: Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and transformation. She advises some of Australia’s most successful professional and business leadership teams. Lyn is also the WA Director of the Private Wealth Network and mentors Commerce students at UWA. Lyn has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses.

About Business Women Australia:

BWA provides opportunities to connect, develop authentic contacts, build friendships and tap into support. Our professional development focuses on business growth, personal development and leadership. BWA’s dynamic network is an excellent source of new connections, perspectives, experience and ideas. We share challenges and goals, providing each other with valuable support. We welcome new members and guests to our events.

Check out the Events Calendar on the BWA website.

BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  • Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
  • Executives and Managers
  • Professionals
  • Women on Boards
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Women Who Desire Growth and High-Level Connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Connections and Friendship

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