Presented by Anthony Gibbs (CEO, Sentis)
The landscape of work is changing. Physical distancing, remote work arrangements and a shift in work focus mean we find ourselves needing to connect and interact with our teams in new and different ways. Add to this the increased stress and uncertainty of recent events, and the psychological and physical wellbeing of our people has never been more at the forefront.
For many, being faced with making sudden and difficult decisions about individuals’ employment, temporary or permanent business closures and the impact these have on families and communities can be devastating. Now more than ever, the degree of trust a leadership group has with their employees is key.
In this webinar, we explore the science of trust and the skills required by safety leaders to develop and maintain the necessary level of psychological safety in the current climate of uncertainty. With the right approach, leaders can still be candid about the brutal facts of the current reality while maintaining a team culture that allows open communication, information sharing, solution-focused problem solving and a continued focus on the physical and psychological safety of their teams.
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About Anthony Gibbs
As CEO, Anthony is responsible for leading Sentis on its mission to change the lives of individuals and organisations for the better every day. He has worked with thousands of people, across hundreds of organisations globally, to develop safety culture solutions that support strategy and enable the person component to reach its full potential.
Anthony has been committed to the application of psychology to enhance human performance for over 15 years and his background as a psychologist managing addiction and chronic mental health treatment facilities has informed his cognitive-behavioural insight. Regarded as a dynamic facilitator and keynote speaker, Anthony has presented globally on safety, leadership, wellbeing and organisational performance.