Date: Wednesday 11th December 2019
Time: 0900 Registration (0930 start / 1600 finish)
Venue: Friends Meeting House, Euston Road, London
Researchers at Lancaster University, Dr Ian Fletcher and Dr Sabir Giga, in collaboration with the Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA), have investigated the links between workplace emotions, psychological safety, team performance and wellbeing.
Psychological safety is the belief that individuals are safe for risk taking and are not seen as ignorant, incompetent, negative, or disruptive for voicing concerns. Team members feel confident that no one on the team will embarrass or punish anyone else for admitting a mistake, asking a question, or offering a new idea.
Psychological safety facilitates managing difficult work-related relationships & situations, building trust, wellbeing, team functioning and enhancing performance e.g. safer working practices, learning from mistakes.
A model of psychological safety will be presented, based on real world studies, with details of a training programme to enhance psychological safety in organisations.
You will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about the research & organisational evidence
• Understand practical implications for your employees & organisation
• Explore bespoke & collaborative training packages
Chatham House rules will apply to ensure confidentiality.