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  • Power of Introverts
  • Double & Single Loop Learning
  • Trust Equation (David Maister)
  • Drama Triangle (Karpman)
  • Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset – Carol Dweck
  • Cynefin Framework (Dave Snowden)

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Psychological Safety

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The Psychological Safety Questionnaire – Hive-Mind: Keeping your workplace healthy

This questionnaire is based on Dr Amy Edmondson’s ‘The Fearless Organisation’ Psychological Safety Matrix.

Rate your agreement with each of the statements below using the 1-5 Likert scale indicated (1 being ‘strongly disagree’, 3 being neutral, and 5 being ‘strongly agree’).

    Part 1: Individual Safety Choose: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
    1. On this team, it is easy to discuss difficult issues and/or problems.
    2. I won't receive retaliation or criticism if I admit to an error or mistake.
    3. It is easy to ask a member of this team for help.
    4. I feel safe offering new ideas, even if they aren't fully-formed plans.
    Part 2: Team Respect Choose: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
    5. In this team, people are accepted for being different.
    6. My teammates welcome my ideas and give them time and attention.
    7. Members of this team could easily describe the value of others' contributions.
    Part 3: Team Learning Choose: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
    8. In this team, people talk about mistakes and ways to improve and learn from them.
    9. We take time to find new ways to improve our team's work processes.
    10. Members of this team raise concerns they have about team plans or decisions.
    11. We try to discover our underlying assumptions and seek counterarguments about issues under discussion.

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    Amy Edmondson, 1999, “Psychological Safety and Learning Behaviour in Work Teams,” Administrative Science Quarterly 44 (2): 350-383

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