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Five Competencies for Becoming a Psychologically Safe Leader

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Special one-time discount (effective until April 30, 2023): Register and pay for your first OHS program course, sign up for a free webinar, and you'll qualify for $200 off your second course!

This event is part of our "Let's Talk Safety" webinar series

Since the pandemic, workplace mental health has been top-of-mind for more boards, CEOs, and senior leaders. This is happening because of the growing understanding that workers' mental (behavioural) health is related to retention, attraction, disability costs, productivity, sustainability, and quality of life. This understanding has increased the focus on psychological safety and health (PSH).

PSH goals are to drive out fear and create inclusive, welcoming cultures where employees feel a sense of belonging, value, and purpose. Employees are discovering leaders' critical role in protecting workers from mental harm and promoting mental health.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore five competencies and key performance behaviours (KPBs) for becoming psychologically safe leaders

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Date: March 22, 2023
Time: 2 p.m. (Atlantic) / 1 p.m. (Eastern)
Presenter: Dr. Bill Howatt

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About the presenter

Dr. William A. Howatt, PhD, EdD, has worked with some of the largest companies in Canada, federal, provincial, and municipal leaders, and Fortune 500 companies on Wall Street. Bringing together over two decades of applied behavioural science and leadership, and a wide range of client experiences, Dr. William A. Howatt (Dr. Bill) provides executive coaching and leadership development to organizations around the world, including executives in federal and provincial government, the finance sector, health care, and manufacturing.

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