Getting Back to Business: 5 Practices to Create a Culture Where People Feel SafePublished May 22, 2020
We’ve done okay with sheltering.
The real question is, can we influence safe behavior in the middle ground between complete isolation and free-for-all? Most people believe we can’t.
Yet success during the ongoing pandemic hinges on our capacity to hold each other to new norms of responsible behavior and social regulation. And how quickly new norms are established is determined by how quickly people speak up when they are violated.
Join GLS alumni, Joseph Grenny, co-author of Crucial Conversations, in a FREE webcast on Thursday, May 28, to learn five practices for creating a culture where people consistently engage in behaviors that ensure the business runs smoothly and your doors stay open.
You will learn:
- 5 practices to keep your employees and customers safe
- How to build 200% accountability for practicing new behaviors
- How to create a workplace where employees and customers not only are safe but feel safe
** Can’t join live? Register anyway! We’ll send you a recording of each session within 48-hours. Only the first 3,000 people to join will have access to the live event.
- Date: Thursday, May 28, 2020
- Time: 11am MST
- Cost: Free
- Speaker: Joseph Grenny
Click HERE to register for this free event.
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About the Author
Joseph Grenny is a four-time best-selling author, keynote speaker, and social scientist for business performance. His passion and expertise are human behavior and its impact on business performance and relationships. His work has been translated into 28 languages and has generated results for 300 of the Fortune 500 companies. Joseph is the co-founder of VitalSmarts, an organization committed to teaching others how change human behavior effectively.
Years at GLS 2013, 2014