Personal Growth Circle
"Psychological Safety" on September 23rd, 2021
Time: 12 - 1 pm (CET - Switzerland)
In today’s work environment, we must meet all sorts of expectations and deadlines, be constantly ahead of the game, excel in leadership, continually learn, and at the same time be innovative, creative and agile. And if you don’t have an environment where people feel safe to; be themselves, share their opinions, disagree with each other, and take risks, it’s very hard to achieve any of those things. That’s what Psychological Safety is all about.
In 2013, Google started Project Aristotle to find what sets high-performing teams apart from others, interviewing over 180 teams with 3-50 team members. The best performing teams all had high standards in terms of Psychological Safety. And in teams where Psychological Safety is low, people are afraid, hold back and avoid taking risks.
In environments where we aim at high performance and where we can be ourselves at the same time, we become agile, creative and innovative. And most importantly, we can excel in cognitive flexibility – which is one of the competencies required to stay relevant to the current and future leadership challenges.
30 min theory and input plus 30 min of experimenting and discussing what you have learnt
What to expect
You will learn about the Psychological Safety (PS) phenomenon and the connection between PS, well-being, and team performance;
You will get insights into concrete examples of fearless and anxious organisations;
You will learn about new habits that could help organisations in establishing PS in their working environments.
This workshop is designed for
People working in teams
HR & People managers
Team & Company leaders
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