Wed, 17 May|
How do we create Psychological Safety for Transgender Employees while maintaining Psychological Safety for all employees?
Time & Location
17 May 2023, 13:30 – 15:00 BST
About the event
How do we create psychological safety for our transgender community without excluding the psychological safety of others? (In communal spaces/change rooms/lavatories). Both organisationally and at individual manager levels?
This is the question we will explore together in this lecture.
They say you can’t change what you don’t know. Through this class, we will raise your conscious awareness so that you can begin to do the work necessary to ensure you are not contributing to the oppression of others and perhaps even become an ally for them.
We will discuss many aspects that directly impact a transgender person's psychological safety, including the laws involved, rights, privileges, bias, and many other aspects. Along the way, I will share some stories to help you grasp the concepts we are talking about.
Join us for this engaging session with knowledge sharing and some answers that may provide a perspective you haven’t thought of yet.
In this session, we will discuss the following; - Acceptance without Understanding™️
- Laws and cases (UK Specific)
- Examining rights and privileges
- Understanding Bias and Allyship
- How an intentional culture fits into this discussion
- Key Concepts of Psychological Safety
- Avoid weaponising Psychological Safety - Open Q&A with the audience