Join this free 50 minute live d&i Leaders online discussion, with audience Q&A.
If an organisation’s culture has a strong unwritten rule of not taking a risk, as many cultures do, the fear of making a mistake is palpable, which squashes creativity. To make a culture more innovative, a workplace needs to allow its employees to feel safe to share their ideas. When team members feel this level of ‘psychological safety’, the workplace is said to have an inclusive culture. In this interactive webinar our expert speakers will explore:
What is psychological safety and why it is so important to how teams function successfully (or not)
The inclusive leadership behaviours that promote psychological safety
Raising awareness of the psychological impact of microaggressions and the role of allies and active bystanders
Practical examples of how to implement psychological safety in the physical and remote workplace