As we return to work from lockdown, managing the emotional impact of what has been described as “the world’s biggest psychological experiment” is critical. We examine strategies to embed cognitive flexibility in post lockdown return to work.
When things go wrong, successful leaders don’t look for someone to blame. They recognise that failure is essential for innovation. Effective leaders don’t waste time beating themselves up when things don’t go as planned. They do things differently by fostering a culture of psychological safety, creating a platform for sustainable performance to flourish.
What do high performing teams have in common? It’s a factor that is missing in toxic teams and critical for optimum performance. Here’s why risk taking, failure and psychological safety are crucial ingredients if you want to succeed as a team.