#56 - Recently, we talked about psychological safety and the various ways it shows up in the workplace. What we haven’t broken down yet is a tangible way to look at the different levels of safety present at your organization or home. In this episode, Shane breaks down the 4 levels of psychological safety: individual, team, organization, and leader. Shane explains what each of the 4 levels are, how to distinguish between them in the workplace, what to watch for to see if they’re at risk, and how to talk to an employee that reports a safety concern. Shane walks through what leaders can do to remedy safety at the 4 different levels. Then, we flip things to the home and talk about what shapes our Cognitive Colour and ways to help kids become the most balanced versions of themselves.
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- [00:30] Catching up after some time away from recording! Morgan’s trip to Italy and CultureSmith’s new website.
- [07:00] Being Green after time away.
- [08:00] Why CultureSmith shares so much free content.
- [10:30] What prompted today’s topic: Do you need to bubble wrap your workplace for it to be safe?
- [13:45] A quick refresher on what psychological safety is.
- [15:40] The 4 levels of psychological safety.
- [17:40] How to distinguish the 4 levels from each other in the workplace.
- [19:10] How to identify and remedy a safety issue at the individual level.
- [24:40] How to identify and remedy a safety issue at the team level.
- [31:30] How to identify and remedy a safety issue at the organizational level.
- [39:50] How to identify and remedy a safety issue at the leadership level.
- [43:20] Disengagement and social loafing.
- [51:20] What shapes a kid’s Cognitive Colour (primary and secondary).
- [57:20] Exploring the 3 final stages of the framework at home.
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