A psychologically safe workplace is one where people can take risks, be that trying out a new idea or speaking up in a meeting, without fear of punishment or being penalised.
By creating a culture of psychological safety at your workplace, you will help your staff come up with ideas that can be of enormous benefit to your organisation. Whether it be ideas around improving internal processes or serving delivery, these can help your organisation be more productive, efficient and help with greater staff retention.
Join our Creating Psychological Safety at Work course to gain overview of what psychological safety is and how it can be practically used to help your organisation.
Leave the day with an action plan to implement psychological safety and to improve decision making.
Dr Hayley Lewis is an award-winning psychologist with more than 20 years’ experience in the field of organisational and business psychology. As a consultant, Hayley offers a unique combination of first-hand experience of leading teams in high-pressure environments with a deep understanding of the science of behaviour in the workplace.
Before setting up her own business, Hayley spent 11 years leading various local government services, such as organisational development; ICT strategy; customer services; communications, PR, and digital transformation. During this time, she won national recognition for her work on leadership development and culture change, as well as for leading ...