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Psychological safety has a measurable impact on organizations. When employees feel psychologically safe, they are eight times more likely to be engaged, three times more likely to be productive, and three and a half times more likely to be innovative.

So, how do organizations measure the psychological safety of their workforce, and what is the safety leader’s role in creating a culture of psychological safety?

Dr. Rajni Walia is an organizational psychologist, consultant, and Vice President of DEKRA North America. Rajni joined the show to answer those questions and explain:

  • How to evaluate psychological safety gaps
  • Three factors of employee well-being that safety leaders can influence
  • Tips to overcome reluctance to change
  • How to turn transactional interactions into transformational conversations

The Employee Safety Podcast is hosted by Peter Steinfeld, SVP of Safety Solutions at AlertMedia.

You can find this interview and many more by following The Employee Safety Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or subscribing here.

Rajni Walia, DEKRA North America
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