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Independent Coach and Trainer

Cultural Perspectives on Psychological Safety

In our increasingly interconnected world, understanding and implementing psychological safety across cultures is not just beneficial—it's essential. This session presents an exploration of psychological safety from various cultural viewpoints, sharing insights and lessons learned from around the globe.

Participants will understand the impact of cultural norms and values on perceptions of psychological safety and learn how to recognize and bridge cultural gaps to foster environments where everyone feels safe to express their ideas and identities.

We'll explore practical tools and frameworks that can be applied across contexts to promote a culture of safety and inclusiveness. Whether you are leading a multicultural team or working in a global organization, this talk will equip you with the knowledge to navigate and enhance psychological safety effectively across cultures.

Speaker Bio

Dr. Nadine Binder is a certified professional Co-Active® coach (CPCC), trainer, and consultant specialized in personal leadership & development, healthy work strategies, mental health, time- and self-management, communication, intercultural competence, and DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging).

She has received her PhD in psychology for her mixed-methods, longitudinal research on evidence-based design and assessment of learning interventions.

In her work, Nadine seeks to create and hold inclusive spaces for her clients and participants for reflection and sharing as well as to support them in their personal and professional development, growth, and ability to connect deeply and meaningfully with themselves and others.

Besides her independent work, she is a Partner at the Institute for Developing Across Differences (IDD) and the co-founder and co-host of the Globally Conscious Peacemakers (GCP).

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