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A Psychologically Safe Workplace is the New Normal
2020 brought with it an international pandemic, a financial crisis, a polarizing presidential election, and an acute and overdue focus on racial and structural inequities. The effects still ripple in 2021, with one being a renewed energy and focus to create safe and healthy work environments for all. This requires not only enduring conversations about workplace equity, but also "lifting up the hood" and exploring where employees' ability to flourish, connect, and contribute without fear of retribution may be hindered. In this webinar, speakers will discuss the connections between psychological safety and well-being and diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Learning Outcomes:
-Participants will identify actionable strategies for promoting psychological safety in the workplace
-Participants will be able to apply the eight (8) dimensions of wellness in the workplace
-Participants will be able to use an organizational diagnostic to assess equitable wellness

The 2021 Forum Webinar Series is sponsored by the Walton Family Foundation.

Jun 17, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jesse Bridges
Senior VP of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion @EVERFI
Jesse Raney Bridges (she/her/hers) is the Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at EVERFI. She provides subject matter expertise to shape inclusive and equitable workplaces, higher education institutions, and K12 schools. Jesse blends a strategic focus on organizational policy, practice, and culture with empowering individuals through behavior-based skill-building to create sustainable change. Her background in counseling, behavioral science, storytelling, and practical DEI experience informs her work. Prior to serving as EVERFI’s first SVP of DEI, she was the first Senior Director of Organizational Culture and Head of DEI at EAB. In that role, and her previous position as the first Director of DEI at The Advisory Board Company, Jesse created strategies that spanned talent management, corporate social responsibility, employee engagement, and product development, serving as the primary DEI trainer for employees, people leaders, and senior executives.
Erin McClintock
Head of Impact, Social and Emotional Learning @EVERFI
Erin McClintock leads EVERFI’s impact work in mental health, wellness, and social and emotional learning. She approaches her work from a strength-based standpoint, and has a diverse array of expertise in mental health, digital wellness, substance use prevention, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. In her role, Erin looks critically at the ways in which technology can make an impact on tackling some of the most seemingly intractable issues facing people today, and how to best use available data to cultivate a widespread impact on prevention and treatment for learners across the lifespan. Erin holds a graduate degree in mental health counseling, and completed her post-Master’s education in trauma and addiction counseling.