Make Work More Human.
This training will be conducted live via Zoom.
What does it take for customers to be satisfied and employees to truly thrive? Renée Smith, MSOD, discovered that it takes decreasing fear and increasing love to foster a more human workplace. Love? Yes love! Renée will share the story of following her curiosity and passion, taking bold actions, and discovering the extent of the impact that is possible when we do! Learn insights from Renée’s primary qualitative research on fear and love, and reflect on your own experiences. Hear the story of its application in a system of 60,000 employees. Grapple with accountability and learn a tool to apply to any challenge to bring more love. Gain insights into how to improve psychological safety, engagement, and performance. Reflect on standing for love in organizations as a practitioner, leader or change-maker. Connect to the love embedded in your work and inspire your commitment to make organizations more human!
In this session you will...
1. Learn three things to do and five things to avoid to create a more human workplace.
2. Understand the role of accountability in a loving workplace or team.
3. Learn the neurophysiology of fear and love.
4. Practice using a tool to apply love to any workplace challenge.
About Your Presenter
Renée Smith (she/her) is founder and CEO of A Human Workplace, a global consultancy and movement of aligned leaders and change makers committed making work more loving and human. This work is based on her primary qualitative research on love and fear. AHW practitioners have hosted more than 200 in-person and virtual “Gatherings,” a simple yet elegant cultural intervention described as “uncommon and profound.”
She served in the Governor’s Office as Director of Workplace Transformation for the State of Washington and led award-winning culture change work as Director of Organization Development for a state agency. She's spoken to hundreds of audiences in nine countries and appeared on numerous podcasts effectively making both the business case for love.
Renee researches, writes, teaches, and advises clients from her home by the beach in Gig Harbor, Washington, where she sculls in her single shell, makes messy art with oil pastels, concocts craft cocktails for friends, and hosts "Grandma Camp" for her grandkids.
Zoom meeting will get sent directly upon registration.
This event is part of PNODN's quarterly theme Designing Good Work. In this series we will explore the intentional creation of frameworks, lenses, and processes that help us to liberate our authentic selves and do better at doing good. Be sure to check out all our courses and equip yourself with the tools to support your organizations and yourself.
$15 Members when pre-paid & pre-registered
$25 Non members when pre-paid & pre-registered
$10 for students/seniors pre-registered
6:00 – 6:15 pm Join Zoom, Networking
6:15 – 7:45 pm Presentation
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