The 12 week Psychological Safety Bootcamp has been specifically designed for leaders who are time poor, lacking in knowledge or support resources and have a need for effective practical strategies that can be implemented whilst undergoing the program.
The Bootcamp is a public program, which creates a dynamic environment for individual leaders to participate and collaborate with others, and provides support, information sharing and feedback through an appreciative enquiry process.
# Note: The program can also be delivered internally for organisations that for example have a national branch, agency or franchise structure, with a minimum group size requirement of 8 participants.
Six days of specialist instruction are delivered over the 12 weeks, covering the key elements that make up the 4 stages of Psychological Safety strategy design and implementation.
The instruction days include training and insights from subject matter experts and thought leaders in their respective fields, and participants create a strategy and action plan as an outcome of each instruction day.
In the time between instruction days, participants will be expected to consult with their immediate teams, begin the process of implementation, and report back on the next instruction day.
Participants are placed in accountability groups and provided with expectations and guidelines for managing their meetings and support activities.
Support and Troubleshooting webinars
These are held periodically, with input and support from the subject matter experts.
Measurement and review
Diagnostic tools and processes are provided to assist participants in the effective monitoring and review of their strategies over the duration of the program.
Participants are invited to join the alumni and receive ongoing thought leadership and educational updates, as well as participate in and contribute to an interactive community of like minded leaders.