Do you want to contribute to increased psychological safety in teams and organizations? And with that
-increased engagement and
-improved work satisfaction?
Take this opportunity to get certified in The Fearless Organization Scan, a tool developed together with Dr Amy C. Edmondson to measure and develop psychological safety.
Psychological safety is all about feeling safe enough to express ideas that are not fully developed, sharing what is on our minds and daring to talk about failures without the fear of being criticised.
If you don’t feel safe in a group, it is likely that you will keep your ideas to yourself and choose to remain silent instead of speaking up. If it also feels risky to share failures and mistakes then you will probably make a greater effort to avoid risks and missteps rather than to contribute in the best way possible.
High psychological safety affects several central areas in work life; results, engagement, work motivation, information sharing, well-being, learning and innovation. If you are interested in increasing any of these areas, it is a good idea to strengthen psychological safety.
Amy C. Edmondson is a researcher at Harvard Business School and has since the 1990s connected psychological safety with high-performing teams and organizations. During the 2010s her research inspired Googles Project Aristotle, which confirmed that the 7 factors that define psychological safety were the common denominator for the most effective teams. The book “The Fearless Organization” was released in 2018 and the tool The Fearless Organization Scan is now helping leaders, HR and facilitators measure and develop psychological safety in teams and organizations.
Fearless Practitioner is an internationally established training that is given all over the world, and is quality controlled by Dr Amy Edmondson.
This is a virtual training run via Zoom.
Module 1 – Friday April 29th 9.00-12.00 CET Intro and Understanding Psychological safety
Module 2 – Wednesday May 4th 9.00-12.00 CET Measure, debrief and build psychological safety, Understanding The Fearless Organization Scan
Module 3 – Monday May 9th 9.00-12.00 CET Leader’s toolkit in practise
Module 4 – Monday May 16th 9.00-12.00 CET Team Debrief, Learnings Pod Projects and preparation for pilot team
Module 5 – Friday June 17th 9.00-12.00 CET Learnings, reflections and implementation strategies
What is included?
– Admin access to Fearless Organization Scan Portal portal to measure psychological safety in several languages
– Fearless Organization Scan for a pilot team
– Facilitation materials
– Documentation and recordings from all 5 modules
– Membership in our Community of Practice
– Certification and The Fearless Organization Scan Badge
– Network for Certified Fearless Practitioners
2100 Eur + VAT