Psychological Safety has been identified as a #1 condition for creating high-performing teams by Google’s Project Aristotle. Yet, many organizations today find themselves being affected by fear in the workplace. It manifests itself in employee's disengagement, lack of innovation and toxic working environments.
How can we start taking the first steps away from the culture of fear and towards a culture of psychological safety?
Join this interactive session to experiment with a new "Fear in the Workplace" and "Safety in the Workplace" games (designed by the speaker) and start these difficult conversations in a fun way. Discover a number of safety enhancers that can help you, your teams and your organization on this journey.
Highly experiential, this session is designed with elements of Training from the Back of the Room and brings together “tried and true” practices from the years of coaching teams in US, Canada, Ireland and Japan.
Join in to learn by doing and bring back a set of practices designed to significantly improve psychological safety in teams and organizations.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

2 min - Connection: With your partner - Your name, your role, What do you think becomes possible with Psychological Safety

2 min - Speaker intro + right to pass

6 min - Content: Ron Westrum, organizational culture model. The impact of fear-ridden culture on our ability to embrace Agile and DevOps mindsets

10 min - Concreate practice: Fear in the Workplace game.

3 min - Conclusion 1: Debriefing - "What Surprised You in this game?"

5 min - Content: Introducing Psychological Safety tools for all levels:

  • Individual
  • team (Team Norms, Retrospectives etc)
  • leadership (measure team health and safety, design structures to enable impact etc)

10 min - Concreate Practice: "Safety in the Workplace" game

7 min - Conclusion 2: Debriefing with 1-2-4-All Liberating Structure

Learning Outcome

After participating in this session you will be able to:

1) Describe at least three fear symptoms in the context of organizational culture.

2) Explain how fear-ridden culture creates an impediment for Agile and DevOps transformations.

3) Build at least one roadmap for addressing on organizational fear (of their choice) with three levels of safety enhancers (individual, team and leadership)

Target Audience

DevOps/Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, Agile Delivery Leads, Dev and IT Managers, Directors, CTOs, Program Managers

Prerequisites for Attendees

None

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  • Shane Hastie
    By Shane Hastie  ~  6 days ago
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    Hi Dana

    Thanks for your submission.

    We have very limited slots for workshops in the Agile Mindset day.  What would this proposal look like if we were to ask you to cut it to 45 minutes?

    Thanks

    Shane

    • Dana Pylayeva
      By Dana Pylayeva  ~  6 days ago
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      Hi Shane, 

      Luckily, I just ran a 45 min version of this workshop at AgileCamp New York Metro! Please see the latest slide deck and the updated outline.

      Looking forward to brining this to AgileIndia2020!

      Thank you 

      Dana

  • Deepak Koul
    By Deepak Koul  ~  3 months ago
    reply Reply

    Really interested in this. As a psychology buff, I find the outcomes of project aristotle very intriguing. 


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