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Chuck Mollor- Psychological Safety in Remote Work

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Show Topic:
Employers often ask their employees to “bring their whole self to work.” Companies ask employees to engage in inclusion endeavors and to help the organization achieve its mission as it relates to culture, diversity, and growth.

Often, however, when the organization is unsuccessful in achieving any of these goals, the organization blames the individual—using terms and phrases such as “they weren’t the right fit” or they didn’t “integrate” well with the “culture”.

But the issue could be larger than these catch-phrases. Instead, it may be time for the organization to be asking—do employees feel psychologically safe at work?

On this episode of HR Power Hour, join Tawny Alvarez and Chuck Mollor, founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners, as they discuss the importance of psychological safety at work, including why it’s important and how you can help to build a more psychologically safe work environment for your employees.

About The Guest:

Chuck “Charlie” Mollor is the founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners. An organization specializing in leadership and talent optimization, aligning business and people strategy for maximum results. He is the author of his new and best-selling book, The Rise of The Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?, Amazon’s #1 best-selling book on management.

As a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness, a former Harvard Business School executive coach, and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Chuck specializes in coaching and advising senior global executives and leadership teams through times of rapid growth, M&A, and change. For over 35 years, he has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organizations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organizations.

Chuck has served on several boards, was a Cranberry Grower-Owner of Ocean Spray, and is a fundraiser and rider for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), a 192-mile bike ride for the fight against cancer. Chuck has four children and three dogs and is a first-generation American.