Date(s) - February 2nd
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
For any team to succeed, there must be a significant degree of trust which allows them to perform at their highest level. Most leaders want a well-functioning and high-performing team. But the process to get a team to that level involves a common denominator for any high-performance team: trust. Without creating a culture of trust, a team and organization will not reach it highest potential.
Let’s consider Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. It can be looked upon to determine what level of trust we provide to our teams which helps them achieve their highest potential. Creating a culture of trust involves a hands-on approach which will enable you to become an involved supervisor, manager, or executive that gets the most performance out of your people.
Evaluate the following questions about how to embrace psychological safety in the workplace:
- How is conflict handled on your team?
- How are differing perspectives considered and evaluated on my team?
- How can intellectual curiosity be used as a mechanism for psychological safety?
- What mechanisms do I have in place to evaluate team performance?
- How can psychological safety be measured?
This webinar will provide the assessment skills needed to create a level of psychological safety to get the most out of any team. It is a starting point for positive change and its effects can impact the broader organization.