Psychological safety: obligations and opportunities
It is commonly agreed that a workplace where people are protected from harm and able to thrive is characterised by a high level of psychological safety. We are also increasingly hearing about the importance of psychological safety as a proven intervention to improve the mental wellbeing outcomes for workers.
What psychological safety actually means and what it takes for leaders to create psychological safety in their workplaces is less clear.
The Forum and Leading Safety have created a new factsheet to support you to understand how to create psychological safety.
Watch Dr Hillary Bennett from Leading Safety explain how to create a culture where people feel accepted, able to ask questions and learn, to contribute their ideas, and to challenge and raise concerns.