VIRTUAL PROGRAM | Psychological Safety: The Tool to Building a High Performing Team
Sharing thoughts can be intimidating in meetings, there is the fear of being ridiculed. Psychological safety for yourself and others is neglected in the workplace sometimes — learn how to become a respective listener to other's unique and innovative ideas, and be confident in your own as well.
“Psychological safety” refers to a state in which team members feel comfortable taking risks and appearing vulnerable in front of each other — necessary ingredients for creativity, curiosity and diversity of ideas. This concept is the most critical element to a successful, high-performing team. In this session, you will learn how to create a culture of psychological safety in your organization.
During this program you will…
- Discover what psychological safety is and why it is important
- Identify ways you can implement psychological safety into your organization
- Learn from examples of how implementing psychological safety has proven successful for companies
Haley Grayless has a passion for people. Helping others find satisfaction in the workplace is the inspiration behind her work in organizational development. With over fifteen years of experience in the nonprofit world, Haley understands the importance of building and creating a company culture that allows leaders and employees to feel empowered by optimizing their talents, in turn improving employee engagement and positively impacting business results. Haley is the CEO & Founder of Växa Collective where she helps organizations improve workplace culture through customized leadership development and employee engagement experiences. She also consults with Perspective Consulting through a strategic partnership using the tool The Predictive Index. As a proud graduate of the University of Missouri, Haley earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication with minors in Leadership & Public Service and Religious Studies, and earned a master’s degree with honors in Organizational Development from Avila University.