Imagine if your team is functioning as a single unit. In this ideal state, your teammates are invested in one another\’s success.
They share both their successes and failures with each other, openly and with trust. They welcome others\’ input and criticism. They listen to new ideas, even if they\’re outside their comfort zone. It\’s a nice thought – a team that truly works together towards a shared goal, where each member feels safe enough to take risks and explore their path without being judged or put down by others.
But how do you create this kind of team? The good news is that psychological safety can be learned by feeling safe enough to take risks and be vulnerable. Join Tara Swanson from Industrial Logic, Inc. and me to discuss the factors that may be holding teams back from developing psychological safety.