Psychological safety: what the latest research says and how to actually create it in teams | Tuff Leadership training

Lisa Gill Lisa Gill 26 March, 2024

Psychological safety is something everyone talks about and wants to have. We agree that it’s crucial for team effectiveness and people’s engagement. But what we notice is that there isn’t so much shared about how to practically make it happen in your team or organisation. That’s why we’ve looked at the latest research and combined it with our own experience over the last twenty years to create some tips on how to create a culture of psychological safety.

In this white paper you will find:

  • Summarised findings from two research reports by Gallup and McKinsey
  • Our comments on these findings
  • Four practical (and perhaps provocative!) tips for leaders on how to create psychological safety in your team from Tuff’s co-founder and CEO Karin Tenelius

Click here to download our psychological safety whitepaper.

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If you found this useful or insightful, you might be interested in one of our training programmes in which leaders get plenty of self-insight and practical training in the mindset, way of being and skills needed to create psychological safety.

You can learn more about our programmes:

  • For our trainings in English (online and in person) here
  • For our trainings in Swedish (online and in person) here
  • Our training for HR in Swedish here
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