Experience. Elevate. Evolve (EEE) – November: Psychological Safety – A Foundational Aspect of Healthy Performance
Is psychological safety just a trend or a foundational aspect of healthy performance? At Mindsmatter, we believe the latter.
When there is a lack of psychological safety in the workplace, employee creativity, engagement and performance greatly suffer.
The concept of psychological safety, popularized by Harvard professor Amy Edmondson, refers to when individuals feel safe to take interpersonal risks, such as speaking up, sharing their ideas, asking questions or challenging the status quo, and making mistakes without fear of negative consequences.
Some of the characteristics of psychological safety include:
Studies are increasingly demonstrating the benefits of psychological safety in the workplace, including:
Starting November 9th, we invite you to join us every Thursday from 8:15 – 8:55AM for our free weekly community gathering, “Experience. Elevate. Evolve.” (EEE).
Our EEE gatherings occur every week and focus on a different theme each month.
This month, we will explore “Psychological Safety: A Foundational Aspect of Healthy Performance” under the guidance of Carl Lemieux, a workplace psychologist and expert in leadership and organizational transformation.
Join us and discover how to improve psychological safety in your workplace. Register today!
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