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The Ladder of Vulnerability Live Webinar.

Creating a Culture of Rewarded Vulnerability at Work

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Tracey Walker
National Leader of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion for RSM
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Rafael Ramos
Chief Supply Chain and Engineering Officer for Coca-Cola FEMSA
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Zaineb Haider
Senior Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisor at Cigna
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Chantal le Roux
Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Program Manager for Amazon Web Services

Reserve Your Seat: July 22nd at 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST

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If psychological safety is a culture of rewarded vulnerability, the most practical way to increase psychological safety is to model acts of vulnerability yourself and reward the vulnerable acts of others.

But not all acts of vulnerability are created equal. What you perceive as a low-risk act of vulnerability might be high-risk for someone else. We call this the Ladder of Vulnerability. You have a ladder that is unique to you: it comes from your environment, your role, socialization and education, your confidence, and the way people treat you. 

In this live virtual event, Timothy R. Clark will be joined by panelists Rafael Ramos from Coca-Cola FEMSA, Chantal le Roux from Amazon Web Services, Zaineb Haider from Cigna, and Tracey Walker from RSM. Together they’ll discuss their own personal ladders of vulnerability based on the LeaderFactor vulnerability self-assessment. As a participant, you’ll also have the opportunity to take the Ladder of Vulnerability self-assessment.

Save Your Seat.

July 22nd at 12:00pm - 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time

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