This is a session at Innov8rs Connect – Talents & Teams, 14-15 May 2020

Psychological Safety for High Performing Teams and Collaboration

The number one driver of high performing teams is psychological safety, yet most leaders lack a roadmap to foster it in teams and 1:1 relationships. Learn how to bring out the best in yourself and others while elevating accountability and advancing your leading edge.

You’ll gain practical, science-based tools you can implement to elevate collaboration, diversity of thought, and agility, which are needed more than ever with the current rapidly changing, volatile conditions.

First, you’ll receive frameworks and strategies to increase psychological safety in any relationship, and second, you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions on how to apply them in your specific situation.

Laura Delizonna, PhD

Executive coach, Stanford instructor, Keynote speaker

As an international speaker, executive coach, and Stanford instructor, Delizonna equips leaders to up-level individual and team high performance and shape company culture at top organizations such as Google, Facebook, McKinsey & Co., Disney, and Uber. She specializes in practical, science-based skill sets that increase capacity to lead breakthrough innovation such as psychological safety, relational intelligence, and adaptive mindsets for resilience. She’s taught at Stanford Continuing Studies for 15 years. Her next online course, “The Emotionally Intelligent Leader,” begins in the fall. She can be found at and LinkedIn.

Delizonna authored four books including Enhancing Emotional Intelligence, Mindful Leaders, Thrive, and Mindful. Her Harvard Business Review article on high performing teams achieved the top three articles of 2019. She was trained at Harvard, Boston University, and Stanford.

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