THE ENTERPRISE PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY INDEX (EPSI)
An assessment specifically designed to measure variances of psychological safety across clusters of interdependent teams in an organisation.
When conditions are safe, individuals in teams worry less about ‘impression management’ and more about meeting the objectives of the team. The focus is on working together better with supported and productive interpersonal dynamics, rather than self-protection.
Amy Edmondson’s Enterprise Psychological Safety Index (EPSI) measures the climate of psychological safety as perceived by organizational groups.
Professor Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School, introduces the Enterprise Psychological Safety Instrument (EPSI)
WHY IS IT HELPFUL?
- Specifically measures the variances in psychological safety across different groups who work collaboratively across the organisation.
- Create important insights to inform strategy implementation, leadership development, and transformation or culture change programs, including innovation, collaboration, and diversity and inclusion.
- Insights can bolster pro-active monitoring of psycho-social risk across the organisation.
HOW DOES THIS ENTERPRISE-WIDE INTERVENTION WORK?
- 7 FOS questions are adjusted for enterprise level in collaboration with Amy Edmondson.
- Additional group questions (with customisable values) that results in additional values linked to PSI.
- Including a consulting partner experienced in helping the organisation with the delicate set-up and interpretation of results.
- Set-up: Once-off ability to label (and add in unique values) of groupings in organisation.
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