Three Practical Ways to Build Psychological Safety in Your Team

Many leaders believe that “accountability” will reduce errors. In reality, blaming people for errors strangles communication, erodes trust, and often creates more errors. What’s the alternative? Increase engagement, communication, and learning by building Psychological Safety. Join us in this fast-paced seminar to see the evidence, and discover three practical ways to build Psychological Safety in your team immediately. Handout included. Watch this quick, 60-second video —

Learning Objectives

  • Five (5) common blame-based phrases to avoid, and 5 psychologically safer phrases to use instead
  • Four (4) specific questions you can ask to build Psychological Safety
  • Practical tips on how to write an “Assurance Statement” you can use for the rest of your career

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