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Psychological Safety Poker

Scripted interaction to enable honest conversation

Suddenly remote at work, or under major stress as a team today? Keep bringing in your voice! Research shows that Psychological Safety is the n°1 predictor of team success - even more so for virtual teams. Now available for you and your team to play online.

Your 5 burning questions?
— Question 1 —
Do team members talk openly about their mistakes? Does it feel comfortable to ask for feedback in the team?
— Question 2 —
Psychological safety is by far today's decisive factor in predicting team success. Is it in your team perfectly acceptable to disagree?
— Question 3 —
Do you want to discover what is keeping you from building a truly safe environment for your team (and what can be done about it)?
— Question 4 —
Do you want your team to address their real – but often unspoken – challenges in a structured and safe way?
— Question 5 —
Do you want to have the mindset, skills and tools to enable psychological safety in your organization?

Audience

Should you be playing poker? If you are a teamleader or an internal advisor/trainer for your organization, then you definitely should. Psychological Safety Poker, that is. And not just learn to play the game but more importantly learn how you can facilitate this process and allow teams to play it.

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Our Program Building blocks

You'll get a quick teaser upfront, but we will not let you look into our cards yet.

POKER TIME!

  • Modern drivers of team performance
  • Psychological safety: what it is, what it is not
  • Psychological Safety Poker: unbox and play!
  • Some elementary facilitation skills
  • Psychological Safety Poker: let's facilitate!

After the program (and some experiments in your organization) you get to exchange your experiences and you will be the proud owner of a quite exclusive Safety Poker Game set

Gunter avowedly subscribes to the necessity of psychological safety in groups. He witnessed how this cultural aspect can both block or boost a team. And how just one playful poker session seriously gets things moving.

Gunter Loos, Bean mechanic