SUMMARY: Resources to help increase psychological health and safety through awareness of how our workplace behaviours may be interpreted as bullying, even when that wasn't our intention.

Psychologically Safe Interactions Resources

Psychologically Safe Interactions is a set of resources based on the premise that most of us, including those in management and union roles, do not intend and aren't aware that our behaviour can be experienced as harmful by co-workers and employees.

These resources create awareness by encouraging workplace stakeholders to think about how they may contribute toward a psychologically safer workplace.

The resources include:

Slide presentation to conduct a workshop
Slide presentation to conduct a workshop

Facilitator's guide
Facilitator's guide

Participant's workbook
Participant's workbook

Included in the presentation and facilitator's guide is an outline to facilitate a process to help improve and agree upon appropriate and respectful (psychologically safe) team interactions. The participant's workbook is ready to copy and print or email prior to facilitating your sessions.