CHICAGO, IL Friday, July 12 9 AM -1 PM
Why do employees hold back their contributions when they know a project is broken or headed for disaster?
Because it's not safe to engage.
85% of employees are afraid to raise a concern with their bosses–they choose to stay silent.
Learn how to rebuild trust, authentic conversations, and positive conflict management.
Psychological Safety removes the fear of being criticized or punished–it's the most critical factor to create high-performing teams, according to Research by Google.
Learn how to create a safe, collaborative, creative, and high-performing culture
This lab is limited to 12 participants.
July 12, 9AM-1PM
134 N LaSalle,
17 th floor, suite 1730
Our learning labs are designed for change agents, regardless of their roles and titles. We welcome curious, courageous, and innovative minds.
Be open to challenge yourself and to experiment with new mindsets and behaviors. You will also learn by interacting with like-minded executives.
We usually have the following types of leaders in our workshops: Change Managers, HR Managers, Team Leaders, People & Culture, Senior Executives, Innovation Managers, Entrepreneurs, Agile Coaches & Change Consultants.
Gustavo Razzetti is the CEO of Liberationist, a change leadership consultancy that helps create more human, adaptive, and innovative organizations. His positive change approach creates cultures that move organizations forward, not backward. Liberationist helps teams become the best version of themselves.
Razzetti has over 20 years of experience transforming people’s behavior at the intersection of Neuroscience, Design Thinking, Mindfulness, and Creativity. As a four-time CEO and consultant, he has worked with Fortune 500 and startups in almost every business category.
Gustavo is the author of Stretch for Change– selected as a Soundview Best Business Book for 2018--, Stretch Your Mind, and Stretch Your Team. He is a regular speaker and has facilitated hundreds of change workshops in the US, Europe, and Latin America.
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