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Managing Psychological Safety Through Change


October 10th, 2024 / Online
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Overview


A practical guide for navigating team resilience and wellbeing in times of transition

• Understand the concept of psychological safety and its direct impact on collaboration and performance
• Learn strategies for integrating psychological safety into change management processes
• Explore the role of leadership in promoting psychological well-being during times of transition
• Craft an action plan to build resilience and trust among your team

Speakers


Dr Tessa Bailey


Dr. Tessa Bailey, a registered psychologist, holds a PhD in worker psychological health and safety, earning the prestigious 2019 Ian Davey Award for her outstanding thesis at the University of South Australia. With expertise in human resource management, injury prevention, and injury management, Dr. Bailey served as a Research Fellow at UniSA, contributing to the Australian Workplace Barometer project. Passionate about applied practice, she founded The OPUS Centre for Psychosocial Risk, collaborating with industry partners to develop integrated workforce health and safety systems. As a consultant, Dr. Bailey empowers diverse organisations to create safe work environments that optimise both worker health and productivity.

Principal Consultant & Director
The Opus Centre

Agenda


Workshop

Understanding psychological safety in a changing environment

- Define ‘what is psychological safety’?

- The WHS Act and State based legislation - Psychosocial risk and regulations

- The link between psychological safety and successful change management


Integrating psychological safety in change management processes

- The impact of change - common challenges and concerns

- How to mitigate resistance to change and promote adaptability 

- Identify opportunities to embed psychological safety in change initiatives


The importance of leadership for psychological wellbeing and performance

- The leaders’ role in psychological health

- The dynamics of psychological safety within team settings and its impact on performance and collaboration

- Detect and address psychosocial hazards and warning signs - a systematic approach


Building a culture of psychological safety and trust

- The role of trust, open communication, and vulnerability 

- Create your roadmap to support employees with their mental health

Resources and tools for ongoing support

  • Dr Tessa Bailey Principal Consultant & Director The Opus Centre

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