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Course Category: Healthcare
Psychological Contract and Emotional Safety
Who Would Benefit
For those interested in creating high-performance teams with higher levels of engagement, increased motivation to tackle difficult problems, more learning and development opportunities, and better performance.
“There’s no team without trust,” the highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological and emotional safety, the belief that you won’t be punished when you make a mistake. When the workplace feels challenging but not threatening, teams can sustain the broaden-and-build mode.
There are four types of psychological contract which including transactional, relational, balanced and transitional (Rousseau 1989)
For those interested in creating higher levels of engagement, increased motivation to tackle difficult problems, more learning and development opportunities, and better team and individual performance.
At the end of this programme the delegate can:
- Have an understanding of the concept of the Psychological Contract
- Understand the benefits of high levels within teams
- Understand the role and behaviours required of a leader practicing Psychological and Emotional safety
The Programme Includes:
- Drivers of Psychological Safety
- Low psychological safety in teams
- High psychological safety in teams
- Effective leaders behaviours
- Being accessible and approachable
- Explicitly inviting input and feedback
- Modelling openness and fallibility
- Building Trusting relationships
- Promoting Emotional Safety
- Create a safe learning environment
- Support the team with positive resources.
- The Psychological Contract in Practice
- Intention - Behaviour – Impact
- Shame, blame, & vulnerability
- Reducing the “threat response”
- Framing, fallibility, and messengers
- Personal action planning
CPD Points: 6