2020 Sessions

How to effectively fulfill fundamental human needs that impact performance in the digital era

 

Day:

Friday, October 2, 2020

Time:

CET 5:00-5:30pm
EST 11:00-11:30am
PT 8:00-8:30am

 

Description:

Humans are wired both for connection and protection.  In organizations, individual and collective performance is enhanced when there is psychological safety (Amy Edmonson), that is, when our rewarding systems are activated more than our threat systems.  In the digital era, and with increased remote working, there are both new opportunities and challenges to achieve that meaningful connection between people.  We will introduce the SCARF model (Neuroleadership Institute) as a tool to understand some basic human needs that may trigger our reward or threat systems, and use it to improve meetings, collaboration and leadership.  This directly impacts well-being and organization performance.  We will provide real-life examples and experiences from different organizations of how this plays out in practice.Humans are wired both for connection and protection.  In organizations, individual and collective performance is enhanced when there is psychological safety (Amy Edmonson), that is, when our rewarding systems are activated more than our threat systems.  In the digital era, and with increased remote working, there are both new opportunities and challenges to achieve that meaningful connection between people.  We will introduce the SCARF model (Neuroleadership Institute) as a tool to understand some basic human needs that may trigger our reward or threat systems, and use it to improve meetings, collaboration and leadership.  This directly impacts well-being and organization performance.  We will provide real-life examples and experiences from different organizations of how this plays out in practice.

Objectives – Participants will be able to:

  1. Get new understanding of human factors that impact well-being and performance
  2. Learn a practical model and tool to assess risks and increase psychological safety
  3. Find inspiration through dialogue and concrete examples 

Presenters/Facilitators:

Juan Pablo Ortiz

Juan Pablo Ortiz

Partner & Senior Management Consultant, YesP Consulting AB, Sweden

For over 15 years, Juan Pablo has been responsible for performance improvement interventions and change processes in more than 15 countries. Juan Pablo is a valued partner in helping organizations, teams, and individuals achieve measurable and meaningful results. Previously, Juan Pablo held executive positions in the IT industry and worked at the United Nations Development Program – UNDP. Juan Pablo has presented in ISPI and other conferences around the world. Including facilitation of Senior Executive Panels for ISPI EMEA. He is a member of the ISPI EMEA Board.

Cecilia Alwin

Cecilia Alwin

Senior Management Consultant, YesP Consulting AB, Sweden

Cecilia Alwin joined YesP Consulting in 2018. She is a dedicated lecturer and educator, passionate about people and our differences and how they affect communication. Cecilia has held various management positions in sales and marketing – mainly in the media world – for the past 20 years, including private, municipal and publicly listed companies. In 2016, she became a “Fellow” of the Global Leadership Foundation. She has a degree in economics and is a certified ICF coach and an internationally trained Enneagram trainer. Cecilia is buzzing with energy and she loves sharing new insights and tools that you can apply right away.