Creating psychosocial safety in teams and organisations is a prerequisite for an effective wellbeing policy. In a psychological safe environment you will find people are comfortable expressing themselves. They can share their ideas, questions, mistakes and concerns without the fear of being ignored, ridiculed or blamed.
Organisational research has identified psychological safety as a critical factor in understanding phenomena such as voice, teamwork, team learning, and organisational learning.
Psychological safety unleashes individual and collective talent and is the driving force for creativity, innovation and performance.
A psychological safe climate also helps preventing inappropriate behaviour such as bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination and violence at work.
- Interventions and practices that help you build a psychologically safe workplace
- Training, workshops and coaching for people lacking in confidence
- Training and workshops concerning inappropriate behavior
- Facilitation regarding mission / vision /culture
- Keynotes on well-being related scientific research
- Well-being surveys