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Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace – Half Day

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Create a truly inclusive high-performance organisational culture, within which we can, individually and collectively, show up, perform to the best of our ability, and be fully engaged in what we do and how we do it.

Description

To create a truly inclusive high-performance organisational culture, within which we can, individually and collectively, show up, perform to the best of our ability, and be fully engaged in what we do and how we do it, we need to feel psychologically safe. Achieving this needs us to embark on a more conscious and continuous journey, recognising that this is the domain of us all, not just that of a single person nor a senior leadership team. We need to recognise that we are all responsible for, and make, an organisational culture through our mindsets, beliefs, values, and behaviours.

This half-day session offers a comprehensive introduction to creating psychological safety in the workplace. Through a series of highly interactive conversations and activities, participants are invited to explore the ‘what’, the ‘how’ and the ‘why’ of psychological safety.

We frame our time together with a higher-order question:

What conditions do we need to create to enable everyone to feel psychologically safe?

We build on this by then taking a deeper dive into exploring what shifts we might need to make, as individuals and teams, to contribute to the creation of these conditions, i.e, what makes it possible for us to show up authentically in our places of work?

Modules/Lessons

We will:

  • explore and build a shared understanding and definition of psychological safety in our specific context
  • establish its importance and relationship to inclusivity, high performance, and high levels of employee engagement 
  • deepen our understanding by exploring the four stages of psychological safety
  • identify both the enablers that support, and the barriers that hinder, achieving the psychologically safe culture we are seeking
  • invite everyone to identify the personal commitments they can make to step into greater responsibility and accountability for contributing positively to this inclusive and psychologically safe culture.

Target Student

Leaders & Managers of all levels

Cohort size: 30 Virtual - 25 Face to Face

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