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Jun 8

Webinar – 6/8/23 – Psychological Safety for Veterinary Teams – Fear Free

June 8 @ 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PDT

UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Residents hold dogs and cats

Psychological safety is the most important aspect of successful teams. Our ability to feel safe to share ideas, to grow from failure, and to be honest with empathy allows our team to bypass the “interpersonal mush” that can exist otherwise. A sense of belonging, ability to be vulnerable, and strong interpersonal relationships are the initial ingredients to create this environment. We can assess psychological safety in a team using different tools. If psychological safety is lacking, we can help foster it using specific interventions, including civility and growth mindset work.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the definitions and importance of vulnerability, belonging and HQCs in the workplace
  • Learn Amy Edmundson’s foundational research on psychological safety
  • Understand how to utilize psychological safety assessments
  • Learn ways for increasing psychological safety in the workplace
  • Experience methods for increasing psychological safety in the workplace



June 8
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PDT
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