Building Psychological Safety

Psychological safety is “a belief that you won't be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes and that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking”—Amy Edmonson. Google's Project Aristotle identified psychological safety as the number one factor for team effectiveness. We believe the foundation of psychological safety is trust—trust of capability, trust of character and trust of communication. Brainayan's Building Psychological Safety is a three session program built on our proprietary model: 3Cs of Trust

Program Details

Duration: 2 Hours x 3 Sessions
Mode: Live Online
Group Size: 15-20
Eligible Audience:  People Managers
Objective of the Program

Enable people managers with tools and capabilities to build trust and psychological safety.
Expected Takeaways

Participants can expect to takeaway:

1. An assessment to identify areas of trust deficit.
2. Tools and practices to build trust

Select Tools

a. Readiness Zones to determine appropriate support for learning
b. sMART engagement for strengths alignment
c. UPTiC for finding mutually agreeable resolutions
d. CLAS/CLAPs for motivational and developmental feedback
All our workshops are highly interactive. We drive interaction through case study discussions, challenging scenario discussions, other group and learning partner breakout room activities, role plays, polls, jamboard /mural activities and share-in-chat activities. These provide participants with the opportunity to interact, practice and learn not only from the facilitator, but also from each other.