Most of us work in teams, but sometimes it can feel like our team or the people in it are actively working against us. Effective teams, especially remote teams, rely on building a baseline of trust so that everyone works together and has each other’s back.
The now accelerated shift to new ways of working has highlighted just how crucial it is to have a trust-based team culture. Psychological safety, as a foundation of trust between people, is critical for success in modern workplaces.
So, if trust becomes our bedrock, how do we practically create and cultivate trust? In this interactive Lab, we’ll explore the elements of trust and try practices where we experience what deep trust feels like and what it enables in us, as individuals, and as teams.
We will explore micro-practices designed to enhance trust and psychological safety and look at a short case study highlighting how these have been used in organisations embracing new ways of working. We will give you an experience that you can build on in future.
As pioneers in the future of work space, we, as the Future of Work Collective, can introduce you to ways of working as used by kiwi innovation teams such as Enspiral, HYPR, IAG, ATEED, AUT, SBC and BDO.
Come prepared to participate.
Sandra Otto - FUTURE OF WORK COLLECTIVE CO-FOUNDER AND CATALYST
Sandra draws on 30 years of international experience in high tech innovation and transformation from startups to corporations. She lives on Waiheke and co-founded the Future of Work Collective, specialised in Design, Consulting, Facilitation, Training and Talks related to the Future of Work.
Lani Dodds - FUTURE OF WORK COLLECTIVE CATALYST, FOUNDER OF MUCHO AROHA
Lani's specialities are using human-centred design and systems thinking practices to take people on a journey to reimagine business with people at the centre. She helps businesses, teams and individuals embrace a cultural shift and live an authentic brand identity that cultivates stronger connections.