Breakfast Networking: Psychological Safety: Mitigating Nonconscious Biases & Enhancing Emotional Intelligence
|Date||Tuesday 22nd October 2019|
|Times||8.00am - 10.00am|
|Venue||Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge CB3 0GT|
|Cost||Free for Members | Free for Non-Members|
Join neuroscientist and globally recognized brain-based leadership expert Dan Radecki PhD from the Academy of Brain-based Leadership as he explores Psychological Safety - what it is, why it is important, and a practical approach to building it in ourselves and others.
Drawing on the latest neuroscience and industry research, we take an in-depth look at the key nonconscious motivational drivers that guide our behaviours and influence our sense of psychological safety. With a greater understanding into our actions, emotions and biases we are able increase our self-awareness and enhance our understanding of others; appreciating what may be driving their behaviours and needs and knowing how to manage and nurture their psychological safety.
Through models, frameworks and tools the session introduces a common understanding and language to facilitate self-awareness about:
- our brain and its limitations
- the importance of psychological safety for personal and team health and performance
- the nonconscious drivers of behaviour
- the practical strategies to overcome our biases, triggers and stressors
- building emotional intelligence to enhance relationships, communication and collaboration.
08.00am - Registration and networking
08.15am - Speaker - Dan Radecki
09.45am - Questions and wrap-up
10.00am - Event close
This event is FREE to attend for all members and non-members. Thank you to The Academy of Brain Based Leadership for sponsoring this talk so we can offer it to all free of charge, and to Cambridge Network member, Thinking Space for the introduction.
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