2023.03.02 - Promoting Psychological Safety in the Workplace
A Business of Brain Injury live webinar featuring Gary Seale, Ph.D., LPA, LCDC. Airs live at 3 p.m. ET March 2, 2023.
Psychological Safety is perceived (and experienced) when a person belongs and feels secure in learning, contributing, and even challenging the status quo. When Psychological Safety is high, people take more ownership, release more discretionary effort, collaborate and engage in positive problem-solving, and innovate. When Psychological Safety is low, people experience fear - they shut down, self-censor, and redirect their energy toward risk management, pain avoidance, and self-preservation. So, how do organizations create Psychological Safety?
- Describe the four stages of Psychological Safety and how to promote them in your organization
- Explain how Psychological Safety is associated with innovation.
Includes 1 ACBIS CEU.
Gary Seale, Ph.D., LPA, LCDC is the Regional Director of Clinical Services at the Centre for Neuro Skills. A researcher and academician, Dr. Seale is recognized for his work in brain injury rehabilitation and stroke. Dr. Seale is also an expert in the area of substance misuse recovery. He received a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science from the University of Texas Medical Branch and holds a clinical appointment at UTMB in the School of Health Professions, Department of Rehabilitation Science. His career in rehabilitation spans 30 years. He has conducted research and published peer-reviewed articles on rehabilitation outcomes, the relationship between positive emotion and recovery of functional status following stroke, and emergency preparedness for disabled populations.
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