Cultivate…SAFETY by Measuring Your Family’s Emotional Safety

This is our sixth and final week in a series on emotional safety! We’re looking at the six strategies of Paul Santagata, Head of Industry at Google. Google did a two year study on high-performing teams, and they found that the number one factor in performance was emotional safety. Today, we are looking at emotional…

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Cultivate… SAFETY to protect your brain from physical injury

Our brains are one of the most important and complex organ in our bodies. It is very important that we practicing protecting our brains to decrease the risk of physical trauma. Here is a quick video on how to protect your brain from physical injury! #BrainAwarenessWeek Visit https://www.brainawareness.org/ for more information and activities for #BrainAwarenessWeek!

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Cultivate… SAFETY by Anticipating Reactions

This is our third week in a series on emotional safety. We’re looking at the six strategies of Paul Santagata, Head of Industry at Google. Google did a two year study on high-performing teams, and they found that the number one factor in performance was emotional safety. We’re taking these business team strategies and modifying…

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Cultivate… SAFETY by speaking human to human

Last week, we talked the first of six strategies rooted in positive psychology to create psychological safety. As a reminder, psychological safety is the belief that you will not be punished for making a mistake because everyone has trust for each of their team member. Here is tip #2 from Paul Santagata’s six strategies: 2.…

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Cultivate…SAFETY by Approaching Conflict as a Collaborator

Emotional safety isn’t just a touchy-feely concept. Study after study shows it is not only key to mental health, but also innovation and success. In fact, Google completed a two year study to find out what made some of their teams more high-performing than others. Guess what they discovered was the number one factor for…

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Cultivate…SAFETY by understanding the need for vulnerability

In this brief 4-minute video, Dr. Brene Brown explains that the number one casualty of a fear-based culture is vulnerability. When we don’t feel safe we shut down. Why does it matter if we lose vulnerability? It matters because, as Dr. Brown says, “vulnerability is the birthplace of everything we are hungry for.”

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