In times of uncertainty, chaos, and an ever-changing workplace, one thing remains constant: People need People. People are any organization’s greatest asset and if we want them to thrive, they need to feel safe to speak up and truly feel heard. A team or company that lacks psychological safety creates a culture of silence. Creating a learning culture and a team that truly collaborates starts with trust, connection, and the willingness to be professionally vulnerable. With a psychologically safe mindset, company cultures and teams can discard perfection as the norm and instead learn to focus on quickly creating solutions, gathering feedback, and iterating for better future designs. By taking up this simple mindset as a whole team, you will find that everyone will learn and grow in new ways and be more innovative, creative, productive, and engaged! In this webinar, you will learn:
- How to define psychological safety.
- How to recognize if your company or team lacks psychological safety.
- How Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Safety are the building blocks for a high performing team.
- To recognize and explain The Zones of Psychological Safety.
- To define professional vulnerability and apply it to team collaboration.
- To create an action plan for yourself and provide tactics to help create and foster an environment that allows our teams to dream, to wonder, and to question.
About our speakers:
Ashley Patterson currently serves as the AVP-Enterprise Training, Change & Talent Management at Grange Insurance, where she oversees and fosters the associates learning, growth and development efforts. Under her direction she has been able to execute on the vision of a connected Performance Management system and fostering a psychologically safe Learning Culture by putting people first. She has increased the ROI of training with a focus on growing the business thru the growth of associates.
Ashley is active in her community and giving back thru her ministry work, SHRM/ATD chapter engagement, and non-profit involvement. She has served in many capacities with WELD-Women for Economic & Leadership Development, including on the Programming Committee, the Calendar Committee, and Columbus Chapter Co-Chair. She has since advanced to serve on the National Advisory Board for WELD. She has also held leadership roles with the Ohio SHRM Board.
Ashley has her Certified Human Resources Professional (SHRM-CP) certification from the Society of Human Resources Management. She is a certified DDI and Crucial Conversations facilitator, and has obtained multiple certifications including Strategic Workforce Planning, Prosci/ADKAR Change Management, Korn Ferry Lominger, Hogan, and other assessments. She is a frequent presenter, mentor and coach for many individuals and events in Columbus and presents frequently at her organization on the topics such as Leadership Effectiveness, Coaching, Development, Brand, Political and Organizational Savvy, Psychological Safety, amongst other topics.
Jessica Malagisi currently serves as the Organizational Change Management and Training Manager at Grange Insurance where she provides strategic oversight of the enterprise OCM function while also supporting the training rollout for the largest transformation project in company history.
Jessica attended Wittenberg University where she obtained her degree in Psychology with Theatre and Music minors (her other great passions). She also obtained her Charted Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation, graduated from Grange's Emerging Leaders Program, was recognized in 2019 as one of the Emerging Training Leaders to Watch by Training Magazine, and received a 2020 Annual Accolades award through Grange Insurance’s enterprise-wide recognition program.
She currently serves on the Advisory Council for ShadowboxLive, the Executive Women's Series Committee for WELD-Women for Economic & Leadership Development, the Grange Gives Committee, and various committees in the Grange Women’s Leadership ARG.