PDG event | Facilitation tools and tactics to get more people talking
with Nina Sunday
Thursday 09 May 2019 | Sydney
Psychological safety is a sense of confidence that if someone speaks up during a meeting, they will not be embarrassed, judged or belittled for voicing their opinion. Recent research identified that conversational equality is a key factor to cultivating an atmosphere conducive to authentic discussion and healthy debate.
What tools and tactics create psychological safety to get more people talking, not just the vocal ones? What facilitation methods cultivate better group dynamics?
During her presentation she will outline a range of tools and methods to facilitate group meetings including leading from the front, influencing language, using convincers, 4-Mat, VAK thinking style, Sinek’s Golden Circle, Open Space Technology, Effort vs. Payoff and more.
About the presenters
Nina Sunday is a conference speaker, workshop facilitator and author, and expert on psychological safety and workplace culture.
With a Bachelor of Arts (Eng./Psych.) and Diploma in education, and after working in education, performing arts, sales and at ABC television, Nina founded Australian training company, Brainpower Training. Over two decades she grew a network of facilitators delivering business skills to private and government sectors. Nina is a past NSW state president and board member of professional speakers Australia. The CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation is the speaking profession's highest international measure of professional platform competence.
Her latest book published 2018, ‘Workplace Wisdom for 9 to thrive; proven tactics and hacks to get ahead in today’s workplace’ is a selection of the c-suite book club, the premier source of the world's leading business books.
Nina’s presentations are always practical with actionable steps, and based on recent research.