A keynote presentation may well be the entire foundation for your workplace. They are usually opening or closing presentations that inspire, peak interest, inform and entertain!
An opening keynote sets the tone for the entire conference/meeting. It establishes the receptivity, openness, energy and expectations for the day. It sets up the other speakers and workshops for success. A closing keynote establishes the attitude that the people in the conference leave with. It reflects on the main ideas of the day, crystallizes some inspiration to action and validates the attendees. It should also add a few more new ideas and concepts for people to leave with.
The following are three simple, powerful and fundamental principles for making changes as a result of a training event:
If you are not aware of a recent developments or new insights you will nor be able to renew yourself. You can’t change what you don’t know. There is a need for openness and receptivity order to know what direction you need to pursue.
Acceptance is about ownership and understanding of the information and commitment to application. It implies a change of position in some cases. If a person does not take personal responsibility for his or her own professional growth, then the process is doomed from the start.
Some people are enlightened and committed to make the changes, but for some reason they don’t ever act on the situation and do things differently. Change requires that you act on what you have learned. It’s not what happens to you in life that counts, it’s how you choose to deal with it!!
Training on Psychological Health and Safety can help organizations improve psychological health and safety and/or implement the National Standard of Canada for psychological health and safety in the workplace.
Why Support Psychological Health and Safety in the workplace?
The reality is that today’s corporate culture may be fraught with distractions or strain due to unnecessary interpersonal conflict, excessive stress, growing disability rates and impending burnout.
Add in the rising rates of mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety and you may find employees who are overwhelmed and under-performing at work.
Whether you want to preserve a psychologically healthy workplace, or have a challenging workplace that you want to improve, this customized approach will provide you with information and recommendations to address your unique situation.
Psychologically Healthy and Safe Organizations can experience:
– Enhanced employee creativity and initiative
– Better employee retention rates and lower absenteeism rates
– Higher quality work and higher levels of collaboration
– Healthier levels of employee stress and improved resiliency
– Reduced grievances and improved employee satisfaction and engagement
– Prevention of human right complaints and improved recruitment of talent
The above benefits can be accomplished by incorporating the following key
1) Presenting the Business Case
Focuses on helping leaders and other key workplace stakeholders see the value of adopting the National Standard and improving psychological health and safety.
2) Preparing for Assessment
Helps employers understand the scope, process, and necessity of collecting data, both as a baseline and as a continuous practice for adherence to the Standard
3) Making Recommendations
Analyzing the assessment findings and recommending an action plan within the organization’s constraints that are both valuable and manageable for employers.