Wednesday, May 19, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Prerequisite: Attendance confirmed in the Team Dynamics Course or Team Management, Part I
Psychological Safety is the belief that you will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes. When you have psychological safety, you have the freedom to be vulnerable. You can take risks without feeling a sense of failure or ridicule. Teams that have psychological safety are more innovative, creative and cohesive because vulnerability will not be held against anyone. You'll learn 4 stages of psychological safety and how they can unlock the human potential of all the members of your team.
You'll have the opportunity complete an assessment to measure the psychological safety of your team, and you'll leave with ideas on how to improve team safety.
Prerequisite Required Prior to Registration: Team Management, Part I or Team Dynamics
Who Should Participate?
University Faculty and Staff
This course is part of the Managing High Performing Teams Certificate Program
Nathan Strong is the Director of Organizational Development for the Division of Human Resources at the University of South Carolina.
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