DO YOUR TEAM MEMBERS FEEL SAFE?
If your team members lack motivation, are hiding their mistakes and call in sick often, your organization is probably having a problem with psychological safety.
If they don’t feel safe to speak up, they are spending most of their energy on “surviving” their workday and avoiding conflicts with colleagues and managers instead of focusing on the work at hand.
PEOPLE DON'T QUIT A JOB - THEY QUIT A BOSS
Whether your team members feel encouraged or excluded when joining your organization is determined at the very beginning. The first few weeks at a new job are when they feel most vulnerable and are the most likely to leave, wasting your organization’s time, energy and money in recruiting, hiring and onboarding.
As a leader, it is your responsibility to create an environment where employees feel included, engaged and encouraged to contribute their best efforts and ideas.
Google’s quest to build the perfect team uncovered that the #1 indicator of a high-performing, innovative team is the psychological safety and trust that develop largely through SOCIAL CONNECTIONS.
LET'S BUILD CONNECTED TEAMS
“All teamwork is based on trust, and trust is built when team members are open about their weaknesses and mistakes.” ~ Patrick Lencioni, Author of The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team
Creating psychological safety and trust is the FOUNDATION of a healthy, engaged and high-performance workplace.
When your employees feel valued and connected at work, they are more motivated, provide each other with emotional support to get unstuck and make better decisions since team members feel safe to share information.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS WORKSHOP
In this 1-hour workshop, you’ll learn the 3 essential skills every leader needs to create a high-trust, high-performance team culture:
– 45 to 90 minutes –
Learn why psychological safety and trust are the #1 reason for high performing teams and learn specific tips on how to implement this with your team.
– Full Day –
We will come to your office and run an engaging, experiential workshop that teaches your leadership team the skills they need to create a psychologically safe culture where people can show up authentically, feel safe to speak up and belong.
Are you interested in having me run an interactive team building workshop
for a new team that creates psychological trust and safety really quickly?
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADER
Founder, ASK DEEP QUESTIONS
Jan Keck has been running public events that build trust, empower people to share vulnerable stories and turn strangers into friends within 2 hours.
His “Connection Cards” have been used on every continent around the globe and helped turn over 70,000 shallow conversations into deep connections.
Currently, he is rehearsing his first TEDx Talk on his “Firestarter Method” – a systematic approach to creating psychological safety for groups and allowing vulnerable conversations.
His work has been featured on