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A ripple in the Flow

It’s the name our students struggle with the most – but his work has had a profound impact on their work and their lives and that is a great legacy for one man to claim.
Hungarian-American psychologist, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, died last month at the age of 87. His most famous work, Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, was (and will continue to be) a game-changer for many people looking to get more from every facet of life, including work.

Want a high performing organisation? Why psychological safety is key!

In this third webinar in the Psychological Safety Strategy series, Linda Ray explores what she calls the impending “Psychological Divide”. Using real world examples of what organisations are doing well, or attempting to do well, Linda describes how implementing a Psychological Safety strategy will put your organisation on the right side of the Psychological Divide and why your strategy needs to be developed in-house.

Webinar replay: Psychological Safety Strategy series – The Leader

How to be a better leader using neuroscience to increase your capabilities

Despite decades of research emerging from social neuroscience, there’s a disconnect between what science shows and what leaders do. We know that leaders influence the psychological safety climate of their organisation by as much as 75% and we know there are key leadership traits and capabilities that are critical to positively influence teams and their performance.

Two sides of Psychological Safety in practice

This week, LINDA RAY looks at how Psychological Safety (high and low) plays out in the real world.

You don’t have to be a leadership and workplace wellness profession to find examples of Psychological Safety outcomes in everyday life. But understanding how Psychological Safety influences customer services helps to connect the dots.

Webinar preview: Psychological Safety Series – The Leader

How to be a better leader using neuroscience to increase your capabilities
Despite decades of research emerging from social neuroscience, there’s a disconnect between what science shows and what leaders do. We know that leaders influence the psychological safety climate of their organisation by as much as 75% and we know there are key leadership traits and capabilities that are critical to positively influence teams and their performance.

The Future of Psychological Safety

In the second part of this two-part blog, LINDA RAY looks at the future of psychological safety and how creating psychologically safe workplaces will keep organisations on the right side of the impending psychological divide.

In the last blog, I looked at the “threat” drivers behind the rise of Psychological Safety.