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Thu, 27 Jun



Fostering Psychological Safety in Organizations

Join us for an enlightening event on "Fostering Psychological Safety in the Workplace," where we will discuss about the art of creating an environment where employees feel secure and empowered to share and innovate.

Fostering Psychological Safety in Organizations
Fostering Psychological Safety in Organizations

Time & Location

27 Jun 2024, 09:00 – 13:00

München, Salvatorplatz 1, 80333 München, Germany

About the event

Join us in Munich for an insightful gathering focused on enhancing psychological safety within organizations

This event promises a deep dive into the latest advancements and practical applications, with a particular emphasis on cultivating a culture where employees feel empowered to share ideas and innovate.

Our lineup of  speakers includes Cordula Pflaum, an experienced aviation captain with extensive experience on trainging teams on how to foster psychological safety among high-stakes aviation teams. Cordula will share her insights on building trust and safety in environments where the margin for error is minimal.

Simone Häckl will present findings from a recent randomized controlled trial that studies the impact of supportive leadership on promoting open communication within teams. This study, conducted in collaboration with afirm, sheds light on how managerial practices can significantly influence information sharing and team dynamics.

Stefanie Nickel and Silvia Castro will discuss an innovative experimental study aimed at enhancing psychological safety through strategic managerial communication. They will offer practical tips for integrating specific content into one-on-one meetings with direct reports, encouraging a culture of experimentation and informed risk-taking.

Ina Goller will round out the session with insights from a study involving micro-interventions across 50 teams in Switzerland. This research offers valuable perspectives on small-scale actions that can lead to significant improvements in team cohesion and psychological safety.

The event is designed to foster collaboration HR professionals and researchers, and includes time to discuss over coffee and lunch.

The Joachim Herz Foundation and LMU Munich are kindly funding this event, so there are no participation fees for the attendees.

While the primary language of the event is English, we are open to accommodating German-speaking participants to ensure a comfortable and inclusive experience for all attendees.

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