Psychological Safety: Critical for Learning?

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October 15, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has been a year of uncertainty for many professionals. People were suddenly shifted to working from home and many in-person activities within the training and education field were hastily adapted into virtual ones. Other organizations were asking employees to continue working in what was now a risky physical environment. All of these unexpected changes raised concerns and fears related to psychological safety.

In Psychological Safety: Critical for Learning?, Jane Bozarth defines psychological safety and provides insight on its impact on both individual learners and groups. Key areas covered include simulations, facilitator skills, feedback, collaborative work, and employee engagement. See how building and fostering a psychologically safe work environment can help encourage and motivate learners at all levels.

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In this report, Jane Bozarth discusses elements within the L&D field that affect the psychological safety of learners, including simulations, facilitator skills, feedback, collaborative work, and employee engagement. Explore why psychological safety is essential for learning and discover how you can optimize your training space.

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