Psychological safety is recognized as a key differentiator in successful team performance and a foundational component for openness, creativity, and risk-taking. In this two-hour program, we will first briefly review the research to establish credibility. Following the introduction, the program moves to an exercise where participants experience the presence and absence of a psychologically safe environment.
Following awareness and experience, we discuss how to create psychological safety and enable high performance. The activity will offer lessons that participants can immediately apply to subsequent sessions, daily work, and even personal relationships.
Find out why leading Fortune 500 companies have partnered with USC Marshall Executive Education to make Psychological Safety a professional development requirement for their senior-level leaders. Learn to implement the same environments as these Fortune 500 companies and develop more creative, inclusive, and resilient teams and organizations.
- Establish credibility for psychological safety
- Understand perception vs intent
- Have moral courage
- Facilitate everyone speaking up safely
- Create space for new ideas
- Make an intentional effort to promote open dialogue
- Establish norms for handling failures
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