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Building Psychologically Safe Teams: Creating connection, collaboration and a positive culture in your team

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Date: 24.11.2021
Time: 09.30 – 12.30


via Zoom
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Psychological Safety is a hot topic – as it should be! However, many people don’t have a thorough understanding of how it plays out in the workplace.

No matter what your level within an organisation, leaders have a responsibility to create a culture where people can willingly do their best work. One of the main aspects of positive cultures is that they are psychologically safe.

It’s been proven that teams who report lower levels of psychological safety are more likely to have higher turnover rates, lower engagement and alignment, and have higher absenteeism rates than teams reporting higher levels of psychological safety.

Traditional wisdom once told us that team-performance was based on employees finding their work meaningful, having shared values and possessing skills and competency. While these elements are indeed important, there is a missing factor that ties it all together – psychological safety.

Why is this program so impactful? 

Gain a critical understanding of your role in leading psychologically safe teams. In this workshop, you’ll learn:

  • to diagnose potential issues, including cliques or conflict within your team
  • the importance of team rituals and how to develop one for your team
  • to build an action plan for psychological safety

Who should attend:

This workshop is suitable for anyone who leads a team, or is aspiring to be in a leadership role.


1 x 3 hour interactive online sessions, with comfort breaks. To ensure adequate time for discussion and interaction, this workshop is limited to 12 participants.

To get the most out of the sessions, we recommend joining in a quiet location with access to a computer, microphone and camera.

Further Resources

  • A handful of practical tools you can start using straight away
  • 30 minute individual follow-up support post program


Vicki Baker

Vicki has worked as an HR Manager for almost 15 years, but found her passion for leadership development and the non-profit sector in 2012. Since then she has been focused on helping leaders connect deeply, communicate fearlessly, and achieve results that transform teams and individuals. Vicki has a passion for working with new and mid-level leaders, with a wonderful ability to help them engage staff and lead teams through simple and effective strategies that can be applied quickly.