Webinar: Creating a culture of psychological safety

Places are limited, please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session.

Join us for this webinar to hear from Alexandra Chesterfield, Head of Behavioural Risk at RBS and Anna Koczwara, Head of Behavioural Science at NatWest Group on the development of a culture of psychological safety to build trust and effectiveness in teams. They will explore the importance of employees feeling they can speak up without the fear of making a mistake for innovation, learning and productivity, particularly in context of the uncertain times we are experiencing. They will also discuss the key challenges faced in building psychological safety in the workplace and share best practice for overcoming them.

 

  • Alexandra Chesterfield

    Head of Behavioural Risk

    RBS

    Alex is a behavioural scientist. For nearly 15 years she has tried to understand why we think and do what we think and do and applying those insights to make positive change for individuals, organisations and markets. Alex is currently Head of Behavioural Risk at RBS. She joined RBS from the FCA’s Behavioural Economics Team where she worked a lot on psychological safety. Prior to the FCA she established and led the first Behavioural Insights Team at Which?, Europe’s largest Consumers’ Association. She began her career in a social research consultancy. Outside work Alex is co-authoring a book on the causes and consequences of political polarisation. ‘Poles Apart’ will be published by Penguin Random House in 2021. Alex has a Masters with distinction in Cognitive & Decision Science from University College London (UCL).

  • Anna Koczwara

    Head of Behavioural Science

    NatWest Group

    Dr Anna Koczwara is Head of Behavioural Science at NatWest Group. She is a chartered occupational psychologist, with experience in academia, consultancy and working in-house for both public and private sector organisations . She has a PhD from Goldsmiths College, researching leadership and diversity in investment banking. Anna has published a number of peer reviewed articles and presented her work nationally and internationally. She was previously named Occupational Psychologist of the Year by the British Psychological Society.

 

Places are limited, please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session.

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