Based on the book The Fearless Organization by Amy Edmondson and team-based interventions by thought leaders like Art Kleiner, Peter Senge, Kim Scott, and David Kantor.
Amy Edmondson has been recognized by the bi-annual Thinkers50 global ranking of management thinkers since 2011, and most recently was ranked #3 in 2019; she also received that organization’s Breakthrough Idea Award in 2019 and Talent Award in 2017.
She studies teaming, psychological safety, and organizational learning, and her articles have been published in numerous academic and management outlets, including Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Harvard Business Review and California Management Review.
Her most recent book, The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation and Growth (Wiley, 2019), offers a practical guide for organizations serious about success in the modern economy and has been translated into 11 languages.
The notion of psychological safety was first introduced by organizational behavioral scientist, Amy Edmondson, who coined the phrase and defined it as “a shared belief held by members of a team that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.”
“It describes a team climate characterized by interpersonal trust and mutual respect in which people are comfortable being themselves,” states Edmondson.
It wasn’t until Google realized how important psychological safety is that most people began to take it seriously. Google wanted to find out what it takes to build the most effective team possible, so they launched Project Aristotle.
The project consisted of hundreds of interviews and the analysis of data taken from 180 active teams at Google. Interestingly, the key finding was that above all else, psychological safety was crucial to ensuring that a team works well together.
- Admin access to Psychological Safety Scan Portal
- Membership to our Community of Practice
- Facilitation Materials
- Industry Experts
- Session Recordings
- Certification and Badge
Agenda - Innovation, Inclusion
Module 1 - Understanding the Concepts (3 hours)
Module 2 - Debriefing the Results (3 hours)
Module 3 - Understanding the System and Survey (3 hours)
Small Group and Individualized Supervision (2 hours)
Module 4 - Practical Application (3 hours)
- Receive Invite
- Add to Calendar
- 4 Weekly Modules
- Small group and individualized supervision
- Implement with a real team
- Ongoing community support