Psychological Safety in the Workplace


Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Tuesday, Feb. 9 | 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
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Government agencies have been rocked by the mounting coronavirus pandemic, the unrest at the Capitol and the fight for racial justice, and are now preparing for a new administration. All of that change and uncertainty can often leave employees feeling anxious, fearful and unsettled. To strengthen the resilience of their workforce agencies need to effectively provide psychological safety in the workplace.

Psychological safety covers three basic human needs: fulfillment, belonging, and security. That’s what makes it so powerful when it’s present and so dangerous when it’s not.

Watch on demand to hear how agencies can provide proper crisis leadership to create environments that are safe, healthy and allow employees to thrive.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • What elements come together to create psychological safety for employees.
  • The biggest barriers facing agencies looking to engage with their employees in a safe space.
  • Best practices for creating an environment where employees can thrive.

You Will Hear From:

Mel Kepler, Training Consultant, LMI

Rachel Niebeling, Human Capital Consultant, LMI

Emily Jarvis, GovLoop Moderator