Being safe is a fundamental need for every individual and this includes our workplaces and teams. According to Harvard Business School Prof. Amy Edmondson, “Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes”. When a team has high level of psychological safety, the team members are safe to post questions, contribute their ideas, share their concerns, work challenges and learn from mistakes. This enables the team to be creative, innovative and collaborative especially when overcoming challenges of the business landscape during times of crisis. As we lead teams and operate in a hybrid work arrangement, how can we cultivate psychological safety within our teams so that they can be productive, performing and innovative?
In this 2-day masterclass, you will learn actionable insights and how to implement them to strengthen psychological safety in your teams, understand the level of psychological safety in your teams, putting into practice proven approaches to boost your teams’ success.
Psychological safety is not just about work. It’s about life.
The Psychological Safety in the Workplace Masterclass will influence you on three levels:
This course is designed for anyone interested in Psychological Safety in the workplace. The results of which create high performance teams with higher levels of engagement, increased motivation to tackle difficult problems, more learning and development opportunities, and better performance. This includes Senior Executives, Directors, Managers, and Team Leaders.
Learn actionable insights and how to implement them to strengthen psychological safety in your teams
Understand the level of psychological safety in your teams
Excite your leadership and management teams about the benefits and importance of psychological safety
Practice proven approaches to boost your teams’ success
Demonstrate strategies that you can adopt to drive psychological safety in their team
Measure how psychologically safe your workplace currently is
Identify what might be hindering psychological safety in your teams
Explore case studies that demonstrate the consequences of poor psychological safety
His full name is Mehmet Baha and everyone calls him Baha. Since his childhood, he has been fascinated by the question: “How can I make a difference in the lives of people?” His interest leads him to win a scholarship from Fulbright and finish his Master’s in the USA on the topic of Conflict Resolution. He has lived and worked in Germany, Turkey, Ireland, Guatemala, and the USA with more than 18 years of work experience. Baha was one of the first employees of Facebook in Europe. Throughout his life, he has realized the importance of having psychological safety to create high-performing teams. So far, he has delivered training and given talks in more than 28 countries across 5 continents. Recently, he completed MIT Sloan’s Executive Education Programme “Leading Organisations and Change”. He is fluent in English, Spanish, Turkish, and German. In his free time, he loves to play percussion, travel with his family, and play puzzles with his 5-year-old daughter. His new book “Playbook for Engaged Employees” was released in April 2021 and already purchased in the US, Canada, Germany, the UK, Australia, and Switzerland.