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Brains, Biases, BlindSpots & Emotional Intelligence with Mark Vollmer

The internationally experienced organizational performance expert Mark Vollmer gives us his take on the topics of biases, blindspots and of emotional intelligence. Don't miss out!

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Brains, Biases, BlindSpots & Emotional Intelligence with Mark Vollmer
Brains, Biases, BlindSpots & Emotional Intelligence with Mark Vollmer

Time & Place

Apr 19, 2023, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT+2

Microsoft Teams

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About the event

What?

The brain – about 1.5 kgs of tissue, fat and fluids that controls us, shapes our impression of the world around us and of the world inside us. It’s therefore also the home of bias, blindspots and emotions.  These aspects also help shape our expectations, assumptions and beliefs about safety in our systems of individuals, technology and organizational structure.

In order to better understand how we can harness the research done on the brain about these matters in a more practical approach, SÄKU is happy to welcome Mark Vollmer for a webinar based around this!

On the topic of biases and blindspots, Mark will help us understand how individuals form bias and unconscious bias,  and how blind spots impact our performance as well as people around us.  This in order to better understand what happens, why things happens, and how to recognise, control and manage ourselves.

With emotional intelligence, Mark will help clarify what emotions really are and why we have them.  From there we will look at how we can manage our reactions to situations and how we can help other people regain their control after they are caught off guard.

As always, you as an audience will get the chance to ask Mark your questions.

The webinar will be held in English.

Warm welcome and hope to see you there!

About Mark Vollmer

Mark Vollmer is an internationally experienced organizational performance expert with a range of corporate and government sector project experience. Mark brings a depth of knowledge and understanding to the topic of harnessing and developing performance capabilities. He links research, practical application and the field of Organizational Performance with over 35+ years of high impact results.

Mark represents GYST Consulting – a company dedicated to assisting organizations in developing psychological safety, and a culture of trust, care, open communication, increased wellbeing and safe choices. Clive Lloyd, a well-known global thought leader in psychological safety, is the founder of GYST Consulting and the author of “Next Generation Safety Leadership: From Compliance to Care”. Clive held a webinar at SÄKU in December of 2021.

Read more about Mark Vollmer and Gyst Consulting here: https://www.gystconsulting.com.au/mark-vollmer/

Registration and fee

Register by using the buttom "Register!" above or below.

For SÄKU Members: Choose the free “SÄKU member ticket” option when registering and checking out. 

The event is free of charge for members of Säkerhetskulturnätverket (SÄKU).

For Non SÄKU Members: Choose the “Non SÄKU member ticket” option when registering and checking out. 

The webinar is open to non-SÄKU members. For non-SÄKU members the ticket fee is 1 500 SEK plus VAT per attendee. Refunding is possible up until the last day before the event. If you don't attend but haven't let us know one day prior to the event, no refund is possible.

Getting the link to the webinar

After the registration a Teams-invitation will be sent to you (the same day or a few days later). In a few days prior to the event, the link will also be sent to you in an email. If you can’t attend the event after you've registered, please get in touch.

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Tickets

  • SÄKU member ticket (FREE)

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  • Non SÄKU member ticket

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    SEK 1,500.00
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