Building psychological safety and trust in a leadership role
The key prerequisite of every workplace community and functioning team is psychological safety - the shared experience that it is possible to take risks without fear of being questioned or laughed at.
When realized, psychological safety enables everything that we as an organization strive for together. On the other hand, when there is no psychological security, achieving common goals can become surprisingly difficult.
A leader plays a special role in building psychological safety and trust. The person in charge can influence the level of psychological safety with their communication and actions, for better or for worse.
You will learn:
What psychological safety means in practice
How to assess psychological safety
How can a leader develop psychological safety in the workplace
Tools for having conversations that increase psychological safety
Customizable from a one-hour lecture to larger entities
English and Finnish
live, remote, hybrid