Helping Leaders Encourage Psychological Safety

“People sit in a circle, with the intention of de-emphasizing hierarchies and instead encouraging what’s called “a leader in every chair.”

Dr Amy C Edmondson


AUD $780 + 10% GST*

*GST applies to Australian-based participants

2024 dates coming soon!


This highly experiential half day online workshop cuts to the heart of how to increase psychological safety, collaboration, innovation and performance in your team and organization.

The session draws on Professor Amy Edmondson’s ‘Leader’s Toolkit’ and will introduce you to three practical and easy to apply practices that are guaranteed to increase psychological safety.

Setting the Stage 
Framing the work and emphasizing purpose (to establish shared expectations and meaning).

Inviting Participation
Demonstrating situational humility, practicing inquiry, and setting up structures and processes (to build confidence that voice is welcome)

Responding Productively
Expressing appreciation, destigmatizing failure and sanctioning clear violations (to create an orientation towards continuous learning)


In the workshop you will have the opportunity to experiment with observable behaviours that underpin the three key leadership practices that increase psychological safety:

– Reframing failure
– Open Dialogue and Inquiry-based Leadership
– Expressing appreciation for the messenger

Join us for this practical and impactful half day session. We look forward to working with you.


Please Contact us for more information, or leave your details here to be notified of our next workshop dates.