Grow Psychological Safety
What is psychological safety?
“Uncertainty” is the word that characterizes the current environment. And yet, teams require a sense of belonging, security, and safety to do their best work.
Psychological safety is the belief that you can speak up freely without fear or risk of punishment and humiliation. This is a critical factor in healthy team dynamics that results in better decision-making, greater innovation, and more effective execution in organizations.
How do team members develop Psychological Safety?
First, members are willing to help; they lift others up, and they do not watch others fail. Second, members feel valued by others – and actively ensure others know their value. Third, members engage in open and direct conversation without discomfort. Fourth, members are willing to take risks – and approach these risks as valuable learning opportunities.
Does your ideal team look like this?
- Team members help one another
- Team members feel seen, heard, and understood
- Team members are not afraid of making mistakes or taking risks
- Team members feel confident to speak up
In this journey, you will learn how to:
- Create an accountable culture
- Help others lead more authentically
- Encourage others to take risks
- Become more inclusive
Start Your Team Journey
Before your team’s first experience, you will all take a short survey to gauge where your team is at.
Your team will participate in four curated experiences in a sequence developed in collaboration with Amy Edmondson designed to grow your team’s psychological safety.
Curated Experiences for Your Psychological Safety Journey
Attitude Towards Failure
How do you level up your team and unlock its highest potential? Join Stanford Professor Kathryn Segovia and play two different “games” that will help take your team from level 1 to level 99.
You'll receive actionable tips to use...
- At your next 1:1
- At your next standup
- At your next team meeting
- At your next review
At the conclusion of your last experience, your team will re-take the original assessment to measure your progress as it relates to growing psychological safety on your team.
Ready to grow your team’s psychological safety?
Take the next step to book your first experience.
— CFO, drug development company