Lack of Belonging and Inclusion is costing companies billions of dollars in lost revenue, stagnated innovation and costs related to poor engagement and retention. There are several approaches to increasing performance and enhancing DIEB. Our foundation is what we all have in common – the brain. Understanding how it influences our perceptions, thinking and behaviors unifies us as humans and gives us a new, more compassionate lens with which to view ourselves and others.
Join neuroscientist Dr Dan Radecki as he explores why traditional D&I training that only treats the symptoms doesn’t work and how addressing them at their neurological roots offers exciting possibilities for building authentically inclusive cultures where success is powered by the strength of diversity. Learn how to move beyond traditional Diversity awareness training and expand your lens of inclusion to consider both visible and invisible diversity.
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In this TEDx talk Dan Radecki explores the idea that our modern brain can over ride our caveman brain.
Harness the power of neuroscience and build a psychologically safe culture where people thrive, connect, and perform at their best.
Learn about your brain's operating principles, its natural response to uncertainty and unpredictability and some scientifically proven strategies to better manage stress and emotions, and boost your brain health and resilience.
Learn how to leverage neuroscience to effectively build trust and belonging like Herman Miller who has embedded the concept of psychological safety to cultivate connection across their business.
Learn why traditional diversity training is ineffective and why both visible and invisible diversity are critical to building inclusion and belonging.
Understand the brain-based strategies to mitigate the negative impact of stress and build mental and physical health and resilience.
Understand the latest research on behavioral and cognitive strategies that cultivate resilience and change the brain.
Science gives us insights into how humans work so we can avoid training pitfalls while creating new and innovative ways to help people develop to their full potential.
Both academic and industry research identify Psychological Safety as the number one determining factor of successful people and teams. However, until recently we lacked the ability to measure, track or implement strategies for something so intangible and subjective. Thanks to neuroscience research we are now gaining this visibility. This book translates the research to provide valuable insights into the brain – the importance and impact of psychological safety and the strategies to protect and build it personally and collectively.Learn More
The S.A.F.E.T.Y.™ Model describes six domains of threat or reward that are important to the brain: Security, Autonomy, Fairness, Esteem, Trust and You. Understanding the needs, rewards, motivations, biases and stress triggers of each domain can provide valuable insights into yourself and others and help improve interactions, teamwork and productivity. The S.A.F.E.T.Y.™ assessment ranks and quantifies your brain’s S.A.F.E.T.Y.™ needs and explores the potential impacts of your profile on you and those around you.Learn More
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