Detailed info on our psychological safety workshop and specific cases in which it won't be a good fit for your company
Did you know that 60% of employees have felt the need to hide their true selves at work at least once in their careers?
This is known as covering and it causes people to remain silent even when an initiative is about to go south. Our Psychological Safety and Vulnerability workshop aims to provide participants with tools and strategies to develop emotional resilience and effective communication skills. The goal is to improve productivity by managing situations that may generate stress or tension in a healthy manner.
In this article, you'll find comprehensive details about our psychological safety workshop and specific cases in which the workshop won't be a good fit for your company
Our workshop focuses on addressing psychological safety and vulnerability from a holistic approach, taking into account factors such as communication, self-confidence, and self-knowledge, which allows participants to develop skills and strategies that help them deal with difficult situations more effectively.
Participants are actively involved in the construction of knowledge, allowing them to learn in a more meaningful way and apply what they have learned in their daily lives.
Our facilitators have extensive experience in teaching emotional resilience and effective communication skills. They also adapt to the learning style of each group of participants.
Once the workshop has taken place, we measure the effectiveness of the learning process and make improvements in the methodology if needed.
Honestly, we can't truly know the inside and out of your company and its culture in just a couple of weeks. We do, however, offer the tools and strategies that are the most relevant and applicable in the daily life of an organization, based on our 10 years of experience working with companies from a wide range of industries.
The psychological safety and vulnerability workshop is a highly informative and practical experience. The workshop is highly interactive and attendees participate in discussions and discussions.
During the session, attendees learn about the warning signs of psychological vulnerability and the importance of creating safe and healthy work environments. Clear and concise information is provided about the different types of vulnerability: emotional, cognitive, and physical. Attendees also learn about how torecognize and manage stressful situations in the workplace.
We've created The Failure Program because we've seen time and time again how vulnerability and psychological safety within an organization are fundamental to nurturing an environment where empathy leads to productivity and innovation.
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*Source: The Failure Survey 2021-2022.
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