Increasing Trust and Psychological Safety
In Google’s Project Aristotle, the company examined what makes a capable team, and found that who is on a team is less important than how the team members interact. It turns out that the presence of trust, openness, and psychological safety within a team are imperative for productivity and impact. Pulling on Google’s research and Patrick Lencioni’s 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, this leadership training with SR4 Partners will provide key insights for leaders and teams looking to cultivate trust, cohesion and ultimately high performance in their organization – even in a distributed environment.
Through this workshop, you will:
- Learn about 5 traits of high performing teams and assess how your team is doing
- Identify the key mindsets and inclusive behaviors of leaders who build trust
- Identify trust builders and trust breakers for the remote work environment
Designed for those managing teams or volunteers, this workshop series aims to help you navigate uncertainty, provide you with the tools to lead virtual or hybrid teams, practice workplace wellness for yourself and your colleagues and create a connected, inclusive team. The series is designed to provide you with a holistic development experience, however, you are welcome to register for one, two, or all three workshops.