What is Psychological Safety at Work?

In this week's podcast Leyla ask what is psychological safety at work? From definitions to how to create a positive work environment. Continue Reading What is Psychological Safety at Work?

Welcome to the 245th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this year’s theme is “Moments for Movement” – all about the powerful connection between physical activity and mental well-being. In this podcast series, we’ll be setting the stage for positive mental health conversations in the workplace. To kick off I ask what is psychological safety at work?

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In today’s show on What is Psychological Safety at Work?

  • About my TEDx talk. [00:43]
  • Why I decided to kick off this series talking about psychological safety. [01:25]
  • What you can do to create psychological safety. [03:37]
  • The importance of providing support to all. [07:39]
  • Ways to challenge with respect. [09:35]

Quotes on What is Psychological Safety at Work?

  • Psychological safety leads to increased engagement
  • Psychological safety also helps with continuous learning and development.
  • You don’t want your workplace to be like a family, you want it to be a professional community!
  • This is about challenging certain things in a professional manner.
  • How can we learn from mistakes, not pass the blame parcel and have self-compassion.

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