Today’s complex problems and decisions demand diversity of perspective, collaboration and innovation. If your people are fearful of speaking up, of making mistakes and taking risks, chances are your solutions and decisions will be sub-optimal at best.
What is your organisation’s level of psychological safety?
Psychological safety is high when employees feel free to express themselves in the team without fear of failure or retribution. These teams demonstrate a high level of trust and respect, and there is an expectation to be truthful and candid.
Google’s Project Aristotle revealed that more than any other factor, psychological safety contributed to team success. Research by Gallup demonstrated that psychological safety significantly reduces turnover and number of safety incidents and increases productivity. Ultimately, it leads to increased project effectiveness, innovation, market competitiveness and financial performance.
Using Conductor’s PS25™, the world’s first survey instrument underpinned by neuroscience research, we will partner with you to measure the levels of psychological safety in your organisation and identify and implement opportunities to rapidly lift team performance and business results.
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