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Research has shown that the highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety - the belief that they won't be punished for taking risks, making mistakes, or speaking honestly. This digital toolbox gives you everything you need to:
Have kind conversations even if they are uncomfortable or awkward - that support each other's learning and growth, rather than judging, blaming, or shaming each other.
Build a growth mindset culture that supports innovation, risk and failure as pathways to realizing potential.
Get appreciatively curious by creating safe spaces where everyone can have a voice to discover what's working, dream of what's possible, design pathways forward and deploy the ideas and actions they truly care about.
Invest in a culture of generosity by encouraging people to be self-protective givers with strength-focused boundaries.
Understand how everyday acts of incivility like picking up your phone during a conversation to check your messages can drain trust and damage relationships.
Can your team members easily name each other's strengths? If you can't confidently answer yes, this toolbox can help. It contains more than 10 different exercises to help your teams:
Start spotting each other's strengths.
Understand how they can align and complement their strengths to improve their performance.
Navigate strength collisions.
Give each other regular and effective strengths-feedback.
Having grit the passion and perseverance to pursue long-term goals in the face of setback, disappointments, and plateaus is a key predictor of success for employees and teams in your organization. This digital toolbox gives you everything you need to:
Find and cultivate harmonious passions that make a positive difference without burning people out.
Practice a growth mindset by setting learning goals that enhance performance and wellbeing.
Reach for self-compassion rather than self-criticism to improve confidence, motivation and resilience.
Harness pro-social emotions like gratitude, compassion and authentic pride to boost self-regualtion.
Avoid stupid grit and know when the accomplishment of a goal is longer positive for you or others.