Fostering Psychological Safety & Belonging on Teams
A Manager's Guide to Creating Psychological Safety, Inclusion and Belonging on Teams
Created by Shelley Osborne - Learning & Development Expert, Ed Tech Evangelist
Students: 13421, Price: Free
Have you ever been on a team where you felt included, like you were able to be your true self at work, take risks, and truly grow your career? Being on a team with a shared sense of Psychological Safety and Belonging is a rewarding experience, and often, these teams are also the most productive and innovative. Studies show that when employees feel included in their organization and are able to be their authentic selves at work, they are more engaged and creative, and their organization thrives.
This course is designed for managers to take actionable steps to create Psychological Safety and foster inclusion and belonging on their team. Belonging is personal. It means something different to everyone, but there are practical steps you can take to create the conditions for everyone to belong by creating a shared sense Psychological Safety and inclusion. In this course we’ll cover:
How to manage your team foster inclusion and belonging
Why fostering inclusion and belonging at your company is ongoing work critical to your success
Six steps to building Psychological Safety on your team to foster inclusion
A framework for having brave conversations about inclusion and belonging with your team
Tools and resources to understand what belonging means for all individuals on your team
Doing this work is challenging, but the experience of leading a team with true Psychological Safety and a sense of Belonging is incredibly rewarding. By doing this work, you will set the standard for your team and your organization on what it means to be a good leader.
Are you ready? Let’s get started.
Diversity for Dummies: Making Multiculturalism Work
Advance Diversity and Inclusion in Your Organization and Life!
Created by Warren Chalklen, PhD - Education Innovator | 145,046 Students
Students: 5244, Price: Free
To build prosperous communities, nurturing schools, and innovative businesses; we require understanding of how to work with people from all walks of life. This course systematically prepares anyone interested in diversity and multiculturalism with important skills to make their environments more inclusive, safe, productive, and connected.
Concepts covered include the cultural, historical, and philosophical foundations of education in a multicultural society. We begin by outlining the principles of multicultural education, before looking at the connections between issues such as race, class, gender, and sexual orientation.
We also cover less addressed issues of diversity such as language, geography, religion, and the youth culture. Optional discussions, activities, and a range of additional readings deepen the learning so that anyone taking the class can put the ideas into practice right away.
Inclusion, Equality and Diversity
The first steps in understanding
Created by Robert Mitton - Author | Speaker | Assessor | Trainer
Students: 184, Price: Free
This course has been designed to give you the first basic understandings of equality and diversity and what this means in the workplace, this is an essential subject area for professional development in the workplace for HR professionals, Leaders, Managers and those who are curious to develop their own understanding on the subject.
Use this course to give you the basics of the subject, it may inspire you to go off and develop more!