Emotional wellbeing/Fear Management/Psychological Safety
Managing our emotions, behaviors, and thoughts is key for not only high performance but for our health and safety at work. Amy will present her 6-stage evidence-based model to show us how to manage ourselves effectively. She will show us the practical tools and techniques to become masters of your wellbeing even when we are out of control of our environment. You will leave these sessions with a new way to think about difficult emotions, a plan of what you want to do, and strategies.
The ultimate goal is to help you manage your thoughts and emotions, so they don't manage you! Creating psychological safety mindsets is essential for us to manage ourselves effectively as individuals and as collectives at work. We improve our communication, courage, and trust.
Dr. Amy Silver MPhil MA BSc (Hons) CATDip MAPS Amy is a psychologist, speaker, and facilitator with expertise in the management of emotions and communication for high performance at work. Amy’s work helps teams build psychological safety, trust, and courage to enable connected with remarkable performance. She has decades (ouch!) of experience helping people to have more courage and have courageous conversations safely.
Amy has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Masters in Forensic Psychiatry, Masters in Performance, Bachelor with Honours in Psychology and further therapeutic training in cognitive therapies such as Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Compassion Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. She has published widely in academic journals and more accessible magazines and now publishes fortnightly in a popular business-focused blog/vlog called Silver linings.
She is a contributing author in many books including the acclaimed Oxford Handbook of Experiments (for Oxford University), collaborations Unite (ed. Julia Steel) and What’s Next? (Hagen et al). Amy is on Faculty at Thought Leaders Business School. She is the author of the book Conversations Create Growth and Brace for Impact (both available on her website). Her new book The Loudest Guest: How to change and control your relationship with fear is being published by Major Street Publishers in February 2021.
Without any hesitation, I highly recommend Amy for any presentation that has a goal to more deeply embed the science of psychology in corporate institutions.
Dr. Amy's is indeed an inspiring presenter - intelligent, kind, entertaining and humble. Her message is both disarming and profound, entirely practical and applicable. I immediately acted upon Amy's advice (as is her intent) and myself and my team have since been rewarded in spades. Excuse the somewhat effusive recommendation, but I cannot speak highly enough of Amy and her message.