Master class: Psychological safety


A digitally conducted Master class with Harvard University professor and best-selling author Amy Edmondson

Amy is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School, a chair established to support the study of human interaction that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. She has been ranked by the biannual Thinkers 50 Global List of top management thinkers since 2011 and has been selected in 2019 as the # 1 most influential thinker in Human Resources by HR Magazine.

"A culture of silence is a dangerous culture"

Amy Edmondson’s Master class and view on Psychological safety

Collective intelligence is crucial to innovation, adaptation and sustainable success. Fear brings silence and silence is the antidote to creativity, effectiveness and learning.

Every organization, every leader and every colleague that want to contribute to performance, success and well-being must actively support and enact a culture where people speak up, offer their knowledge and perspectives and get listened to, raise their doubts when appropriate and feel comfortable voicing their insecurities and mistakes.

It is therefore no surprise that “Psychological safety” stands out as one of the most relevant topics for leadership since the past decade.

During the afternoon (13:00 – 17:00 CET, lecture starts 13:30) Amy will give a two-hour lecture on “psychological safety” followed by case/work and reflections in small groups.

The afternoon will close with an interactive Q&A session for 45 minutes with Amy Edmondson.

Welcome to join this unique learning opportunity!

Participation fee for "Psychological safety" 13.00-17.00 CET: 8900 SEK.
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