Wednesday, November 10, 2021 - 08:00
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Presented By: Policy & Learning Workgroup

Trust, Partnerships, and Psychological Safety: Building Organizations That Can Learn Together

Want to build a learning organization? Invest in trust.

We know that trust and psychological safety are some of the most important ingredients in high-performing teams. We can’t learn without it. If there’s low trust, people are afraid to raise ideas, to point out what’s not working, to try new things. That makes it nearly impossible for us to learn and improve. How do we create trust for learning—especially in organizations that span nations, cultures, and contexts? Learn from some global experts on why trust matters, and what they do in their work to create spaces where learning and growth are possible because people trust each other and the organization

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Director for Latin America and Caribbean, Environmental Incentives


Chief Operations Officer & Organizational Consultant, Social Insights Research
Senior Director of Membership Engagement, Philanthropy New York
Executive Director , The Justice and Peace Center (CEPAZ)

Workgroup Co-Chairs

Senior Learning Advisor, Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL), USAID
Director, Knowledge Management and Learning, CARE USA