Workshop: Creating Psychological Safety in Teams by Redefining the Unwritten Rules

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Unwritten Rules

Admitting mistakes openly with colleagues, managers, strangers or even normal people is not a common practice, mainly because of the fear of being criticized, blamed or even fired.

Psychological safety makes individuals feel safe for risk-taking. This allows high-performance teams to unleash their potential, helping companies become more agile, strategic and innovative. 

Oh, and it also results in happier individuals.

The unwritten rules that guide our daily interactions are based in this illogical effort to try to project perfection, when you enable trust in groups so they feel free to say the craziest idea, share the latest meme or to confess some personal experiences or mistakes you are closest to set up a risk-taking atmosphere where creativity can emerge.

We talked about

  • Psychological Danger in teams or how easy is to get toxic
  • Building social sensitivity
  • Choosing collective intelligence over personal brightness
  • Facilitating meetings with equity in participation and risk taking atmosphere.

 

WORKSHOP

This workshop has been delivered to leaders of multinational companies which we have worked to foster a culture of resilience and openness. 
But we have found in these leaders also parents, creatives, entrepreneurs, culture creators, and persons tired of boring meetings that have benefit of 🙂

Hosted by

Eric Jimenez

BD Global Team

Yannick Kwik

BD Global Team

Marta Cabañas

Account Manager

What people say?

Bringing Fuckup to AstraZeneca, raised the quality of our events and opened up a topic of discussion that we had not explored enough in our community. This resulted in an event which was fresh and full of learnings!
Mariana
AstraZeneca
Fuckup Nights came to Sanofi when we were in the middle of our process of cultural transformation, we were looking for ways to think out of the box and to show our collaborators that daring and failing are synonymous with personal and professional learning and development.
Camila
Sanofi

This Is Fuckup Inc

Fuckup Nights is a global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional fuckup. The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all.

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