Psychological safety is a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking which facilitates a climate of openness. First researched by Amy Edmonson, and applied to research at Google, psychological safety is the number one distinguishing factor that defines the highest performing teams. Mitchell Services finds that psychological safety is a critical factor to building belonging, and achieving inclusion and diversity progress.
Mitchell Services offers:
- Inclusion & Diversity Audit to understand attributes of high performing groups; psychological safety factors
- Develop key metrics to measure psychological safety
- Agree on bias interrupters strategy to drive psychological safety
- Execute & measure