Psychological safety and resilience have garnered more attention in recent years, but what is the link between the two? Psychological safety in the workplace refers to individuals feeling safe speaking up, asking for help, admitting mistakes, or challenging the status quo, all without reprimand. Resilience refers to the ability to adapt to difficult situations and adversity.
Recent studies show how workplaces with a high degree of psychological safety ensures not only employee happiness, but also a culture of learning and resilience. In today’s climate, it is paramount that we build organizations where people dare to speak up about important issues and feel safe at work.
- But what does it take to build psychological safety at work?
- Why does psychological safety matter in the bigger picture?
- What are some best practices for psychological safety and organizational resilience that can be implemented?
- How can leaders and HR implement a system of continuous feedback to strengthen psychological safety?
These, and many more questions are answered in this Session webinar. Our two esteemed panelists, each with a vast amount of experience creating psychological safe work environments, help us shed light on this important topic.
Rand Blak Barawy, Engagement Manager at Implement Consulting Group
Marlene Gudman, Employee Success Business Partner North/ EMEA, Salesforce
The Webinar is moderated by Session’s founder and CEO, Pernille Hippe Brun
About Session and our webinars
Session is a global online business coaching and leadership development company dedicated to creating a world with exceptional leadership and sustainable organizations. Our mission is to democratize the access to high-quality business education and remove financial and location-based barriers to professional development. As part of this commitment, we host quarterly webinars that address current and relevant topics essential to leading, working, and thriving in today's dynamic work environment.