A Fearless Culture: How Psychological Safety Promotes Innovation
A fearless culture encourages participation. Fear is the most pervasive emotion at work. Most teams censor their best ideas. They are afraid of being ignored, criticized or punished. 85% of people feel unable to raise a concern with their bosses (Milliken & Morrison).
Only 3 in 10 employees strongly agree that their opinions count at work (Gallup).
Psychological Safety can make or break teams, according to research by Google. This webinar will show you how a fearless culture feels safe to embrace feedback, collaboration, and experimentation.
Self-Awareness Removes Distractions What’s Got Your Attention? Emotions play a key role in the workplace–they can lubricate or harm collaboration. A check-in brings attention to what’s keep each team member busy, so they can put those…