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Safe Enough to Soar @ British Columbia Organization Development Network

  • The Amp - Mezzanine Meeting Room 90-425 Carrall St Vancouver, BC V6B 6E3 Canada (map)

Join Fred & Judith as they present interaction safety and Safe Enough to Soar at BCODN on Wednesday, 26 June! Click here to RSVP for the event!

Members: $30
Non-Members: $35

Creating an organizational culture in which people feel safe enough to speak up and share their ideas is critical to a high performing and inclusive organization in which every person can do their best work. In this session, we’ll discuss the key elements of creating an inclusive organization that leverages differences and share how to create a more joining mindset (from judging) which is foundational to building trust and collaboration. We will share some Conscious Actions for Inclusion including the concept of interaction safety. Finally, we will look at how to diagnose where an organization is in its journey to creating interaction safety and actions OD professionals can take to increase interaction safety; bridge the divides created by polarization; and move to higher levels of trust, collaboration and performance.


The Amp
Mezzanine Meeting room
90-425 Carrall St,
Vancouver, BC V6B 6E3

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify the core elements needed to create an inclusive work environment where people can bring their differences, build trust and collaborate effectively for higher performance.

  2. Learn about the mindsets for inclusion, 4 Conscious Actions for Inclusion, and the role of Interaction Safety in creating inclusive organizations.

  3. Assess the level of interaction safety in your organization or client system.

  4. Identify actions you can take as an OD Practitioner to build interaction safety.

Who should attend?

Internal/external consultants, Facilitators, Community managers, Leaders and Managers – all who are called to facilitate community building, learning, meetings, communication, groups, and change.

Some light refreshments will be served.

Click here to view the powerpoint from the event.