Teaming & Psychological Safety

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Teaming & Psychological Safety

Strengthen team collaboration and inclusion by learning how to foster psychological safety during this interactive, one-hour workshop

Date Ended:
February 16, 2023

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Strengthen Team Collaboration and Inclusion




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February 16, 2023
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February 16, 2023

Strengthen collaboration and inclusion by exploring how teams form and evolve and how psychological safety can smooth the bumps along the way during this interactive, one-hour workshop.

As a workshop participant, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Discuss key theories and frameworks for teaming, including the characteristics of strong teams and the stages of team development.
  • Reflect on your team's current stage of development and level of psychological safety.
  • Explore methods to increase psychological safety on your team.


This one-hour workshop will be delivered online on February 16 from 3 to 4 pm ET.

Who Should Attend

We welcome participants from all disciplines, backgrounds, and career stages. If you are interested in learning about team development and the role that psychological safety plays on high-performing teams, we encourage you to attend.

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To promote an inclusive and accessible experience, a nominal fee of $25 is charged to support the continuation of Intend Health programming.

Scholarships: Scholarships are available for students, trainees, members of community-based organizations, and members of our Student Action Network. Please apply here if you are requesting a scholarship.‍

Note: This is not a webinar. Our online sessions are lively and interactive, so come prepared to participate (with your camera on, to the extent possible).

Strengthen team collaboration and inclusion by learning how to foster psychological safety during this interactive, one-hour workshop

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