Join HR Employee Learning and Engagement on Feb. 28 from 2 to 3 p.m. for:
Way of Work (Wow) Series – Part 1: Learning, Failure, and Psychological Safety
Description: We’ve all likely encountered the challenge of learning and experiencing failure. But how does psychological safety factor in? In part 1 of the Way of Work series, learn about the importance of fostering a workplace culture that is safe for learning and failing forward. Adapted from the book, The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation, this workshop will help you recognize the risks involved in the learning process and how to create an environment of rewarded vulnerability.
Engagement level: L2
Facilitator: TaShunda Franklin
Date and time: Feb. 28, 2-3 p.m.
Location: hosted virtually (Zoom link will be provided after registration)
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The HR Employee Learning and Engagement (ELE) team unlocks the potential of every Vanderbilt employee by offering innovative and meaningful learning experiences, creating space to foster conversations and connections, and encouraging a culture of learning and growth. Our vision is for every employee to feel connected and integral to Vanderbilt’s mission, empowered to invest in themselves and succeed in their role, engaged in the campus community, and inspired to design their best future.
HR ELE workshops are offered at no cost to VU employees. Click here to view all of HR ELE’s upcoming learning experiences and to learn more about our engagement levels.