In workplaces, teams can face challenges such as conflict, bullying, high demands, low control, pressure related to work-life balance, or even violence. By increasing the ability to anticipate challenges, resolve issues, and sustain a supportive team environment, we can increase the ability to withstand these challenges. This can make a positive difference to both employee well-being and team effectiveness. The resources are both practical and easy to use in a variety of workplaces.

Easy to facilitate activities that usually take 15 – 30 minutes to do. These will help build team cohesion, resilience, emotional intelligence, and problem solving skills.
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Slide presentation and facilitator guide to help increase your team’s awareness of how workplace behaviours may be interpreted as bullying, even when that wasn't the intention.
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On the Agenda slides and facilitator guidelines so you can engage your team in a process aimed at improving psychological health and safety.
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The team will benefit if every member understands their responsibility to contribute to a psychologically healthy and safe workplace. You can assign this free learning resource to all new team members as well as existing members every couple of years as a reminder.
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Information and strategies that can help you manage negative or problematic responses during team discussions.
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Evidence for how building resilience in work teams can help protect psychological safety in the workplace.
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Marie Mac Donald, President of Marie Mac Donald Consulting, talks about the importance of leaders in walking the talk for psychological safety while supporting the resilience of their teams. “It just becomes the way we do business.”