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Psychological safety

The Alpha and Omega of Successful Teams

Can you make a mistake and not being worried that it might be used against you by your team?
How comfortable do you feel about voicing your opinion or showing that there is something you don't know?
How do you go about asking for help? And how do your team members feel about it? The webinar will teach you how to work on developing your relationships, and how to support healthy ambitions, as well as non-violent communication. You will learn to recognize an unhealthy team and intervene early.

Content of the webinar:

  • What psychological safety means
  • How it affects team culture and performance
  • Why many people struggle to express their opinion to their manager even when asked to freely do so
  • How can you cultivate psychological safety
Lecturer: Zuzana Jochamnnova
Psychologist a psychotherapist

A Manager's Guide... team mental health care

It is much easier to deal with employees' emotional discomfort early on rather than later, when it could escalate into a psychological crisis. Furthermore, if it spreads across the team, it may quickly turn into a toxic environment. Learn to recognize the early signs of mental health difficulties as a manager. Create a safe space for talking about how they're feeling. Get advice on how to approach this in a sensitive manner. You'll also learn when it's OK to assist and when it's no longer your job. 

Content of the webinar:

  • Content of the webinar:
  • What are frequent mental health issues in the workplace?
  • Recognizing employee mental health issues.
  • Basic tools for such an employee.
  • How to help employees recover from a crisis. 
Lecturer: Zuzana Jochamnnova
Psychologist a psychotherapist

Team retrospective

Tune up the performance and relationships

Team retrospective is often associated with agile management. However, its principles can be applied to any team that wants to improve its performance and relationships. It is important to look back at the work you've done in a structured way and on a regular basis - it will reveal strengths and weaknesses of the collaboration. The webinar will teach you how to evaluate performance while keeping in mind that there are relationships, emotions and experiences involved.

Content of the webinar:

  • What is retrospective and how it works
  • Why it is important to invest time and energy in team retrospective
  • How to use the tools of team retrospective, not just in tribes/IT
Lecturer: Nikola Sraibova
Lecturer and coach

Conflicts in the team

Through the lens of prevention

Conflicts are usually one of the most unpleasant interpersonal situations. When they occur in our work environment, it often takes a toll on our overall well-being and work performance. We then have to face the challenge of resolving the conflict and restoring peace. That is why it is easier to learn how to prevent conflicts. The webinar will provide you tools of prevention that are based on appropriate communication and suitable approach. Using these tools will help you and your colleagues to successfully avoid these unpleasant and conflict-provoking situations.

Content of the webinar:

  • What exactly the term “conflict” means and
  • what it might include
  • What the conflict resolution curve looks like and at which point it is worth to make the most effort
  • How to approach conflict prevention in an effective way
  • How to communicate with your colleagues:
  • What steps to take to eliminate the impact of an unpleasant situation

Lecturer: Kristyna Cetkovska
Psychologist and coach

HR: Change management

How to guide the company through the changes

Changes prevail in the environment of most companies. But they are not always welcomed by colleagues. We have prepared a special workshop for HR or the board of a company who are about to change or are in the process of changing. From strategies on how to successfully take on change, to concrete examples from practice and sharing experiences, to engaging the management itself, to dealing with employee resistance to change.

Content of the webinar:

  • What you won't find about change management in the books 
  • You'll identify what's really important and what's just a feel-good decision
  • You'll learn how stress crystallizes individual characters
  • Small steps as important victories
  • How to address fears and resistance to change
  • The role of leadership in the change process
  • Why success is the most powerful magnet
Lecturer: Jan Hanus
CEO Woltair and lecturer

Turbulent changes

Changes and transformations in the company

Is your company undergoing rapid change and rapid transformation? Is your team in a crisis where trust has been replaced by aggression and a hostile environment? Are you under constant pressure but need to function at work and in your personal life? This workshop is designed to equip you with the techniques needed to successfully manage periods of crisis and turbulent change in your company.

Content of the webinar:

  • Practical tips and tools to overcome crisis periods and dynamic changes with peace of mind
  • Effective methods for managing pressure and stress, including techniques for staying focused and decisive
  • How to better perceive your own emotions, identify internal resources, and build strategies for problem solving

Lecturer: Adam Kulhanek
Addictions expert, doctor
and soft skills trainer

Mental health first aid

A guide for managers

Over the last few years, the view of employee mental health has changed. Many companies now place more emphasis not only on preventing mental health challenges among their employees but also on educating HR staff on how to effectively deal with difficult situations related employee mental health. We will discuss  what you can do as an HR professional to support your employees. 

Content of the webinar:

  • What the common mental health issues are in the workplace
  • How to recognize that an employee is experiencing the crisis
  • What are the basic tools to handle such a situation
  • How you can contribute to a mental health friendly work culture in your company
Lecturer: Zuzana Jochamnnova
Psychologist a psychotherapist

Intergenerational Dynamics

Building Stronger Teams and Leaders

Intergenerational differences vary in mindsets, values, preferences and communication styles between different generations of people. Several generations can be identified in the workplace and in the wider social context. Differences may be influenced by historical events, technological developments, changes in values. Understanding intergenerational differences is key to effective teamwork, leadership and creating harmonious working environments.

Content of the webinar:

  • ​​Understanding the differences in approach to work and communication between generations
  • Explaining the different generations in the workplace (Baby boomers, Generation X, Y and Z).
  • The impact of differences in the work environment
  • Communication and leadership between generations
  • How to create an environment that supports generational diversity
Lecturer: Zuzana Jochamnnova
Psychologist a psychotherapist

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