Psychological safety is the bedrock for inclusion and innovation. But many teams do not have high levels of psychological safety.
Amy Edmondson, Ph.D., HBS professor, and book author of The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth writes: “it isn’t about being nice. It’s about giving candid feedback, openly admitting mistakes, and learning from each other.”
This event is a celebration of failure. It uses the intimacy of storytelling to change attitudes towards trying new things, change beliefs about ourselves, and ultimately, change the culture of work.
Come to hear three vulnerable stories about managing failure and stay to ask questions and contribute to a community of learning.
This event will be very informal--storytelling among friends. During the event, we encourage you to unmute and ask questions of our speakers or comment with your reactions.
Director, Integrated Product Marketing
Matt trademarks himself as a 'software toolsmith', specialising in Atlassian tools such as Jira and Confluence. He's helped companies understand how best to use these tools. Helping companies to install, manage and maintain instances. Matt has written several apps for those tools.
He's written a number of tools-related books for O'Reilly, including two about Jira. Worked with Atlassian to create the Atlassian Certification Program and is an Atlassian Community Leader.
As a true European, Anita Kalmane lived and worked in several countries. For the last 10+ years, she has called the Netherlands her home. When not exploring outdoors or doing voluntary work, Anita helps software developers to uphold scrum values and work according to agile principles. Officially she is called Scrum Master / Agile Coach, but she’s not here for titles - she’s here for people.
Ashley Faus is a marketer, writer, and speaker by day, and a singer, actor, and fitness fiend by night. Her work has been featured in TIME, Forbes, and The Journal of Brand Strategy, and she's shared insights with audiences at Harvard Business Review, INBOUND, and MarketingProfs. She works for Atlassian, a collaboration software maker on a mission to unleash the power of every team. Follow her on LinkedIn and Twitter, @ashleyfaus.
Brand Lead, Ways of Working