Psychological safety matters – more than ever
Psychological safety training, rather learning, now matters more than ever. Why do psychological safety training? The Coronavirus has created great uncertainty and profound anxiety for many workers. It has also prompted tunnel vision so we are arguably less able to think innovatively. In the light of the threat of restructuring and downsizing, even when people have had innovative ideas, they may well not express them, for fear of reprisals, where teams psychological safety for teams is low.
As a result, right now is the time that we desperately need new thinking. Whether that’s improving productivity by re-positioning a machine or re-purposing your product entirely. Right now leaders words and actions can help increase psychological safety on their teams. Right now is the time to do psychological safety training.
So we have devised a new learning programme on creating psychological safety in teams. Split into micro-learning workshops on line; with pre-workshop assessment; flipped classroom practices; active learning and action learning sets, in order to enhance learning transfer.
Because learning must be practical, we have outlined what managers want, based on our own qualitative interviews with managers around the world.