Psychological Safety

Psychological safety is the core strength of the most successful and productive teams, like Google’s Project Aristotle found out by studying more than 180 different teams. Psychological safety is a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking. It can be defined as being able to show and employ one’s self without fear of negative consequences of self-image, status or career. Most companies are already aware that a high level of PS is important – but how do you build an environment that enables its team members to feel safe?

Results that you can expect

  • First of all, you will understand what is Psychological Safety and why is it important.
  • Second, you will get to know good and bad practices of Psychological Safety in organizations.
  • Third, you will measure PS in your team.
  • Furthermore, you will explore strategies that increase PS in your team.
  • You will experience activities that lead towards higher PS in our team (retrospective, improv elements, feedback …).
  • Last, you will experience 1 on 1 facilitated feedback sessions.

Benefits

  • High level of Psychological Safety represents a basic prerequisite for an agile way of working.
  • Common understanding and awareness of the importance of PS is the first and easy step your team can do.
  • Our trainers are very experienced in creating a safe environment for slightly more sensitive topics.
  • At the first part of the workshop, participants will gain awareness and understanding of PS. On the second part of the workshop (1 week later) participants will give feedback to each other and start building a culture where giving and receiving feedback is safe.

Workshop length: 4 hours (first part) that explore PS & 4 hours (second part) with 1 on 1 feedback sessions.

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Do you want to know more?

You can contact Urša – ursa.svetelj@corpohub.com or our team by filling out the form below.

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