I don’t know, I made a mistake, I might be wrong, I disagree, I have a concern, I have an idea. These are examples of the things people are not afraid to say when they have psychological safety.
Psychological safety is the shared belief that the workplace environment is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.
Organizations and teams who want to learn and thrive together in uncertain, inter-dependent and virtual contexts must understand and foster psychological safety.
Although research shows psychological safety as the exception rather than the rule, it is possible – and, in fact, necessary – to consciously cultivate it.
Using a theoretical foundation grounded in science, this session will offer a combination of theory, practical application, reflection, and dialogue to help participants walk away with the understanding and skills necessary to foster psychological safety at work and in all relationships.