Nov 30, 2022
Psychological safety in leadership
This episode is an in-depth exploration of psychological safety, what it means for you as a leader, for your teams and your organisation. We share our own experiences, thoughts and advice and really do get personal to help you understand the importance of psychological safety.
In this episode we share our own views, thoughts and experiences:
* 02:50 – what do we mean by psychological safety
* 11:42 – imposter syndrome and safety
* 17:30 – the nuances of trust and psychological safety
* 19:54 – fear, innovation and risk
* 28:17 – psychological safety for your stakeholders
* 35:15 – reputation management and a safe culture
* 40:55 – how to...
As always we share our top takeaways and in this episode, we encourage you to have conversations about psychological safety and listen to your colleagues and stakeholders. Being mindful of the impacts of your own behaviours will go some way to supporting a psychologically safe environment and demonstrating your appreciation for feedback, no matter the outcome, will also help.
In this episode we reference The Fearless Organization by Amy C. Edmondson. And we also mention the McKinsey research referenced in Leading Off.
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