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    March Monthly Meeting (Breakfast) - Psychological Safety

    Date: March 26, 2024, 8:30am – 9:30am
    Hilton Garden Inn - Roanoke
    4500 S Peak Blvd.
    Roanoke, VA 24018
    (Across from Tanglewood Mall - On the Hill)

    Last day to register or cancel registration for a refund is NOON on March 22, 2024.
    $25-Members / $30-Guests / $10-Student Chapter Members
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    Registration and breakfast begin at 8:00am

    Meeting begins at 8:30am

    Psychological Safety

    The objective of this presentation is to equip teams with the knowledge and tools necessary to understand, cultivate, and sustain psychological safety within their work environment. We will be able to explore the concept of psychological safety, its impact on individual well-being, team dynamics, and organizational success.  The aim is to empower team members to contribute more openly, creatively, and collaboratively.

    About the Speaker:

    Bettina Mason

    Bettina Mason is the principal/founder of Mason Education Solutions Group, LLC.,.  She is a trainer, facilitator, international speaker, published author, advocate and educator by trade with a passion for building ultimate relationships that cultivates and supports a culture where all people feel valued, respected, engaged, inclusive and empowered. Experienced Human Resources leader with over 20 years of experience and expertise in the areas of leadership development/psychological safety, trauma informed care, diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging.  She is a high energy professional with a B.A in Communications/Public Relations, MSEd./Training and Development, both from James Madison University (JMU) and is a Society for Human Resources Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), Diversity Equity & Inclusion for HR (Cornell University/certification), holds a Virginia State License in Educational Leadership and Secondary Education English Teacher and Virginia Small Women and Minority (SWAM) certification.  

    She currently is living her life’s purpose through education (facilitating webinars and workshops throughout Virginia) and being an independent health insurance broker.  Bettina serves on the United Way of the Roanoke Valley Board of Directors, JMU President’s Taskforce on Racial Equity: A&P Faculty Professional Development Working Group and Campus-Community Advisory Board. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.  As a change agent and influencer, Bettina’s motto in life is “Be the Change that You Wish to See in the World!”-Ghandi.