Psychological Safety is the term coined by Amy Edmondson, the author of The Fearless Organization.
I already talked about Psychological Safety, when I presented the work of Google on the project Aristotle, and how it was a very good conversation starter for my team.
The two other books I mentioned in that episode of Le Podcast are:
- The Coddling of the American Mind
- In Great Company
The questions we asked to assess psychological safety are:
- When someone makes a mistake on my team, it is often held against him or her
- In my team, it is easy to discuss difficult issues and problems
- In my team, people are sometimes rejected for being different
- It is completely safe to take a risk on my team
- It is difficult to ask other members of my team for help
- Members of my team value and respect each others’ contributions
The scale to answer the questions ranges from “Strongly disagree” to “Strongly agree”.
Tell me what you think!
Le Podcast – Season Two
- Leadership and Teamwork with Jeremy Brown
- Community and Leadership with Scott Amenta
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Can Software Teams learn from Sporting Teams?
- Agile and Open Innovation with Mary Provinciatto
- Radical Focus with Christina Wodtke
- Human-Centric Agility Coaching
- The Job of an Open Leader – Preethi Thomas
Le Podcast – Season One
- Grow your Software Engineering Career with Emilien
- Jason’s Thirteen Rules of a Team
- All about OKRs with Bart
- Do you want 10x Engineers?
- The Anatomy of Peace
- Psychological Safety
- When your team is distributed
- Changing Your Team with John Poelstra
- Coming to terms with terms – Michael DeLanzo
- How (not) to provide feedback – John Poelstra
- How to deal with your stars – Frank Jansen
- Do cultural differences influence the adoption of agile?
- How to create great goals?
- Celebrating the audiobook with Michael Reid
- How to form a team?