Psychological Safety and Transparent Communication at Work: Strengthening Collaboration and Innovation

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WorkLife Daily Coffee Conversations

WorkLife Live Daily Chats (10 – 11a.m.) – Join the WorkLife team including Jaimie Hutchison, Barbara Roberts, Maranda Holtsclaw, Tiana Carter, and your colleagues across the university as we connect with each other to offer support and guidance about WorkLife issues during this unique time.  Open to all staff, faculty, and post-docs.  Topics include family care, working from home, remaining connected, staying healthy, and supporting you!

4/8 psych

4/8/20 Wednesday: Psychological Safety and Transparent Communication at Work: Strengthening Collaboration and Innovation

Strengthening Collaboration and Innovation Employees need to feel psychologically secure and safe in their workplace to do their best work. This type of workplace culture is increasingly important to encourage. Creating psychological safety in the workplace allows teams to create a trusting workplace and increase productivity. Transparent communication is a critical tool toward building trust and creating a workplace culture that has the foundation to allow psychological safety to flourish. Learn more about transparent communication and psychological safety which builds a climate that increases collaboration, innovation, and a positive work environment.

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