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“Create psychological safety in a time of crisis”
One of the keys to psychological safety at work is connection – and with social isolation and remote work testing our stress levels, it’s easy for connection to fall to the wayside. Finding effective ways to connect with your employees and help them manage their stress is more important now than ever.
Join us for this virtual event to discover how ThoughtExchange can foster connection and communication in your organization by providing people with a way to share their experiences and their needs through a process that’s both confidential and fair.
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Dan Pontefract: keynote speaker, leadership strategist, best-selling author founded The Pontefract Group in 2014. The three books he authored, OPEN TO THINK, THE PURPOSE EFFECT and FLAT ARMY, are all critically acclaimed and best-sellers. Dan’s 4th book, LEAD. CARE. WIN. How to Become a Leader Who Matters, will publish on September 29, 2020. A renowned speaker, Dan has presented at four different TED events and also writes for Forbes and Harvard Business Review. Dan is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, Gustavson School of Business and has garnered more than 20 industry awards over his career.
Jayme is responsible for the Sales, Marketing, Customer Success and overall Go to Market (GTM). Jayme is passionate about ThoughtExchange because the power to engage communities and corporations with the right insight creates momentous change. Prior to ThoughtExchange, he has successfully built and scaled high performance teams by leveraging systems and processes to ensure the customer is at the heart of any decision. Outside of ThoughtExchange, Jayme enjoys the outdoors with his wife Tove, their sons Henning and Maro and their two dogs, Caesar and Gertrude. Jayme is active in philanthropic efforts and supports the Strachan Hartley Legacy Foundation www.shlf.ca where he raises donations for local charities to make a difference in the lives of youth through sport and education.