Over the past six months, learning and development practitioners have had to make a dramatic transition to virtual learning. To feel truly engaged in the online learning experience, learners need to be able to openly share ideas, take risks, and learn from mistakes. All of these components can be uncomfortable and for deep learning to occur, we need to create the right environment. In this session, Smith Executive Education’s Executive Director Dina Venezky will share new best practices for designing virtual learning environments where participants can experience candid feedback, rich conversation, and deep connection. We will discuss how you can create psychologically safe virtual experiences where learners are motivated to take brave action.
Understand why psychological safety is critical to creating engagement in online learning
Explore what psychological safety or bravery means for individuals
Tips for creating psychologically safe learning environments in a virtual world