On this episode of the Employee Cycle podcast, we have Chris Estes, MBA, SHRM-SCP, joining us to discuss How To Create Psychological Safety For Employees. This podcast will cover how HR leaders can build a culture where employees can commit to their work without the fear of failure or retribution if they don’t knock it out of the park 100% of the time.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- First off, how did Chris Estes end up in the wonderful world of HR? (Hint: he started out as a software engineer!)
- Secondly, what is psychological safety for employees?
- Next, where does psychological safety fit into the 5 parts of wellness? And what are those 5 areas?
- If HR leaders want to dig deeper into the concept of psychological safety, where do they start?
- How have remote and hybrid work scenarios changed how HR teams protect the workforce?
- What areas or potholes can HR avoid while creating psychological safety?
- One final word: It’s important to take a measured approach to creating psychological safety for employees. Create a business case that shows leadership it’s the right thing to do and there is going to be a real impact on the bottom line.
How to find Chris Estes:
About Chris Estes, MBA, SHRM-SCP:
If I had to brand my approach to People Leadership, it’d be this: Every aspect of the employee life cycle revolves around three key pillars. Performance, Engagement and Development. Every interaction with an employee in those areas is an opportunity to re-engage or disengage them. It’s the People team’s role to equip leaders with the tools and skills necessary to navigate those interactions. It’s the leader’s role to learn to do it well.
About Employee Cycle:
Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data! We change their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR Analytics Dashboard. We help companies view, track, and analyze their workforce data in one place. As a result, companies avoid risks, save costs, and increase their employee lifetime value.