According to a 2023 report from Edelman, 4 in 5 people said they are unwilling to work with someone who disagrees with their point of view. At a time when trust is low, polarization is high, and fear of cancel culture is growing, leaders have to do more than ever before to build team cultures where people feel safe and can communicate and collaborate effectively.
Chris Rollins', founder of QueeHR, has a simple approach to building a sense of psychological safety on your team: small actions create large ripples. He has helped leaders across startups, Fortune 500s, and ERGs drive big results on their teams with small changes to the way they show up, and will now share these secrets in this exclusive session for Hone members.
In this interactive and thought-provoking class, you’ll learn how to use small moments of vulnerability, curiosity, kindness, empathy, and humility to create ripple effects on your team. Attendees will be able to immediately implement proven strategies to: