Introduction to Psychological Safety Training
This 2 hour introduction to psychological safety training aims to provide an introduction and raise awareness of creating a psychologically safe environment for your employees.
Do your employees feel safe enough within their team to bring up any concerns they have? To speak up and out - about anything?
To voice and try out their new ideas in the projects they are working on?
Are they addressing problems and resolving conflict as they happen or do they fear the potentially negative consequences to do so?
Do all of your employees, customers and stakeholders feel confident to bring their whole self to work?
And do they feel included, valued and inspired to contribute to your organisations vision and goals?
Is the environment one where people thrive?
Creating a climate of psychological safety enables colleagues, teams and organisations to resolve conflict, ensure safety, mitigate errors, learn continuously and improve performance.
It isn't just down to you or the senior leaders. Creating a psychologically safe and fully inclusive working environment is down to everyone in your organisation.
In this introduction to psychological safety training you will explore the key areas you need to know about creating a psychologically safe workplace.
- What is psychological safety?
- Why is it essential to create a safe environment in your organisation?
- The benefits of creating a psychologically safe environment
- Common mistakes companies make
- What affects our sense of safety in the workplace?
- What do psychologically safe environments look like?
- Question and answer
- Next steps
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WHO IS GINA BATTYE?
Gina Battye is a world renowned Psychological Safety and LGBT inclusion consultant and trainer for multinational corporations, Fortune 500s, TV, film, radio and the global press.
Since Gina defined the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and the 3 Step Authentic Self Process, Gina has been inundated with Psychological Safety and LGBT training and consultancy requests from FTSE 100, Fortune 500s & multinational corporations in the US & the UK.
Gina's 5 Pillars are the foundations and building blocks being used around the world to create fully inclusive workplaces.
Gina's work has been featured widely in the media, including Sky News, BBC, Forbes, The Telegraph, BBC Three, The Times, Metro, The Sun, Psychologies, Cosmopolitan, Pink News, Vice, Gay Star News, Diva and Curve.
Creating breakthroughs globally for individuals, employees and organisations using the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and her Authentic Self Process; combining world class training with a heavy dose of hindsight, Gina changes lives.