They're Probably Lying to You: Strategies to Build the Safety You Need to Get Your Team to Trust You with the Truth

March 16, 2021
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
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They're Probably Lying to You: Strategies to Build the Safety You Need to Get Your Team to Trust You with the Truth

Tuesday, March 16th at 5:30 PM

Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Credits 

Why do employees tell their leaders only the parts of the workplace story, even when they know much more needs to be told? When employees can’t speak up fully, they are deprived of the joy of true of engagement and meaningful work while the entire team experiences diminished capacity and the inability to innovate. This program is for leaders who need help figuring out how to make it safe to have difficult conversations and handle conflict, especially if they've felt betrayed when they've learned that a team member has talked about them to someone else.

  • Participants will be to articulate the concept of psychological safety and identify the indicators that it is lacking on their teams. 

  • Participants will be able to explain the natural causes of conflict on teams and how leaders who don’t have an intentional approach to conflict management and transparency exacerbate those problems while also creating new ones. 

  • Participants will learn two strategies and a technique that they can use again and again to facilitate difficult conversations and make effective conflict management a norm on their teams.

 

SPEAKER: Mylena Sutton is a highly sought-after leadership consultant who is known for her unique style of storytelling and humor in the training space. Her training seminars and workshops are so engaging that people don’t just learn new concepts, they actually use them.

Mylena focuses on conflict, compliance, and culture – the three elements of organizational life that form the daily experience of employees. She helps leaders and teams to confidently manage the often-difficult conversations around conflict, accountability, change, and diversity to improve the way customers, constituents, and stakeholders feel about a company or organization. To date, she has partnered with countless leaders and organizations to fix their people problems and get their teams aligned. 

Mylena is certified mediator and a graduate of the University of Georgia (BA) and University of Kansas (MPA), respectively. She is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners and spends her free time on hiking, running, and baking.

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$25.00 GVFHRA Members

$45.00 Non-Member

$20.00 Students