Season 7 Episode 12: Cultures of Psychological Safety

Season 7 Episode 12: Cultures of Psychological Safety
Season 7 Episode 12: Cultures of Psychological Safety

Fast Company named psychological safety as one of the most important leadership and culture trends for the year ahead. What does it actually mean and how can it help the people on our teams thrive?

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Jason introduces Season 7 episode 12 of the podcast, Cultures of Psychological Safety. Welcome back to the podcast on corporate culture and leadership and thank you for listening. We engage thought leaders like CEOs, CFOs, managers, VPs, directors, and more for this podcast. We wish to create content that engages your mind and heart and allows you to step back and think and add some positivity to your life. We deep dive into today’s topic.

We can’t control everything but what we can control is our response. Still a lot of work to do but wanted to remind the audience what is within our control is the temperature we create in the organizations and teams we work with. If you have a suggestion, please send it to info@jasonvbarger.com

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“Experiencing psychological safety is going to be important for organizations in the future

5:31 – Jason hopes you will dive into this ongoing series that he is sharing. It’s time to focus on a new kind of safety is the next part of the series. Helping people not just be physically safe but helping people experience psychological safety is key.

8:05 – We all may not agree but What is our positive response forward? People need to feel psychologically safe in order to even be able to speak up and share. The center for creative leadership says it is the belief that you won’t be punished for being able to speak up. 

9:30 – Being free to brainstorm out loud is important as to openly challenge the status quo and work through things together so that team members will have each other’s backs. When present, people feel comfortable bringing their full presence to work.

12:00 – Jason shares some tips:

  1. Define it – we throw around terms like leadership, culture, servant leadership, or psychological safety and we think we are all on the same page but actually define it. Get everyone on the same page and identify what it doesn’t look like.
  2. Practice it – No team is perfect and no leader is perfect. Catch yourself when you are not living by the definition you are committed to.

Questions to Ponder

  1. Are strategically helping your people get in alignment with each other?

  2. Or are you just hoping they say and do what YOU want?

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If any of these topics are interesting to you please or you want a deep dive on any specific topics, please reach out to us at info@jasonvbarger.com

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A thermostat is proactive. It sets the temperature in a room. Controls the temperature. Regulates the temperature. But in today’s distracted, fast-paced and digital world, it’s easy for individuals and organizations to act more like thermometers, slipping into reactionary thinking, becoming scattered and inconsistent. The most compelling leaders, teams, organizations, families, or collection of humans of any kind operate in thermostat mode. They calibrate their mind and heart to set the temperature for the vision and culture they want to create. Jason Barger, globally celebrated author, keynote speaker, and founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting, is the host of The Thermostat, a podcast journey to discover authentic leadership, create compelling cultures and find clarity of mission, vision, and values.

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