Psychological safety was something that was mentioned in every single Answer the Call to Conscious Leadership event we have had so far, and was also reflected by our group survey as something that many conscious leaders wanted to know more about.
It was so valuable to dive deeper into what that actually looks like and HOW to create it. Rebecca Morgan, Psychological Safety Expert, Bestselling Author, Global Speaker, and Management Consultant, was our guest Tuesday, and this event was, as Lawrence said, “robust.” Watch the replay in the C3 LinkedIn group to gain an understanding of all of the following:
- Who coined the phrase, and the potentially deadly costs that were observed
- Who owns psychological safety?
- How can it be assessed?
- Easy questions you can ask to instill psychological safety
- Data-backed benefits of psychological safety, along with both internal and external costs when businesses lack it
- How often it’s suggested that leaders check-in with their team members
- How to get started and how to create habits to grow psychological safety
- Things that destroy psychological safety
- What to do when emotions are raw, whether yours or your team members
- Why it’s important to acknowledge that life is different for everyone
- How can we use this moment to move forward in a better direction
- How a leader who is focused on outcomes/performance can build their muscles in being more people-oriented
- Simple, easy ways to instill psychological safety and reduce stress in remote working environments
- What is leaderful listening
- Non-time-consuming ways to demonstrate compassion and turn a new leaf
- The Bank of Grace and how it’s used
- Top reasons employees are not showing themselves on Zoom calls, according to surveys
- How to recognize when you are in a state of judgment or making assumptions
- Common micro-aggressions that demean and diminish psychological safety
- How humor can be a micro-aggression, and how Rebecca shifted her use of humor to eliminate harmful humor
- Awarenesses that managers need to address in a remote environment to prevent “paper cuts” while still not making people wrong
- Other things related to psychological safety
Check in to the group today to take Rebecca’s psychological safety assessment. While you are there, weigh in on the topics that are most relevant to you right now.
Please do not keep this group a secret! Share it! Invite other conscious leaders you know.
The purpose of this group is to elevate awareness of emerging and proven practices that will turn ripples of positive forward momentum into waves of much-needed transformation in the corporate landscape.
If you have a practice that you know is valuable, we WANT more people to know about it. This group is truly about collaborating, giving these practices, and the experts who are in a position to elevate corporate consciousness, a spotlight. Feel free to join the C3 group, help promote it, and let us know what topic for which you want to be a future panelist. The sooner you share it, the sooner things will get better for more people.
Karen Huller, author of Laser-sharp Career Focus: Pinpoint your Purpose and Passion in 30 Days (bit.ly/GetFocusIn30), is founder of Epic Careering, a 13-year-old leadership and career development firm specializing in executive branding and conscious culture, as well as JoMo Rising, LLC, a workflow gamification company that turns work into productive play.
While the bulk of her 20 years of professional experience has been within the recruiting and employment industry, her publications, presentations, and coaching also draw from experience in personal development, performance, broadcasting, marketing, and sales.
Karen was one of the first LinkedIn trainers and is known widely for her ability to identify and develop new trends in hiring and careering. She is a Certified Professional Résumé Writer, Certified Career Transition Consultant, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist with a Bachelor of Art in Communication Studies and Theater from Ursinus College and a minor in Creative Writing. Her blog was recognized as a top 100 career blog worldwide by Feedspot.
She is an Adjunct Professor in Cabrini University’s Communications Department and previously was an Adjunct Professor of Career Management and Professional Development at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business She is also an Instructor for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy where some of her students won the 2018 national competition, were named America’s Next Top Young Entrepreneurs, and won the 2019 People’s Choice Award.