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Safe to Speak Up: Exploring the Role of Coaching in Psychological Safety

  • 06/09/2022
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom

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Description:
You know the feeling you get when you know you should speak up about an issue, idea, or concern? 85% of people* don't feel safe speaking up in their organizations. This session will focus on identifying coaching habits that can be used to build psychological safety and promote innovation, creativity, and problem-solving in groups and teams. 

*Amy C. Edmondson in The Fearless Organization, 2019

Speaker Bio:

Katy Manley (she/her) is a graduate student in the University of Georgia's Mary Frances Early College of Education where she is completing her Master's in Adult Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development and a graduate certificate in organization coaching. Her research focuses on the connections between psychological safety and professional coaching. Outside of the academic realm, Katy volunteers as a Georgia Master Naturalist, is an avid birder, and a dog mom. She lives with her spouse in the Athens area (Georgia) where she is a Senior IT analyst. Katy is currently working to establish her own Coaching and Leadership Development Practice, Katy Manley Coaching, LLC in the fall of 2022. 


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