Physical safety has always been a top priority in the workplace and rightly so, but your psychological safety is of equal importance.
When you know it's safe to speak up - if you've noticed a problem, you are encouraged to share your opinion - because your input is valued and your ideas are welcomed without fear of judgment or ridicule, it makes a world of difference to how you feel about your work, your willingness to contribute and your ability to reach your goals.
Psychological safety was important before Covid-19
Now it's essential that anyone in a position of leadership, whether leading a company, a team or themselves has the tools to ensure everyone has the safety they need to feel good, work at their best and optimise performance as we plan for the uncertain road ahead.
In this introductory webinar, Dr Jenny will
- define what psychological safety is
- discuss what can happen if psychological safety is missing
- introduce the six essential elements to establishing greater trust and more meaningful relationships
- reveal how psychological safety can be measured across teams