Building Psychological Safety for High Performing Teams for EL1-EL2 Masterclass
December 6 - December 7
Team psychological safety is a major contributing factor to team performance, and within a workplace context, this might mean the success or failure of a policy, program, project or service.
Research confirms that when people feel safe within a team they will perform better; they willingly take informed risks, actively contribute and work hard knowing that they can depend on the others in the team to support them. In a workplace context this is called ‘psychological safety’ and it is the key to high-performance teams.
If – as a leader – if you feel that building the foundations of psychological safety could help your team to excel in their performance – attending this workshop may be the perfect opportunity to leverage the evidence and research and apply it to immediate and positive effect.