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What is Team Psychological Safety About

Google’s internal research confirmed what Professor Amy Edmondson had identified years before, that the key to high-performance teams is the extent to which members are comfortable in taking interpersonal risks with one another. The measurement of the level of psychological safety in the team is the basis from which to develop the team dynamic (the heart of the team) and ultimately the team’s performance (the hard of the team).

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TPS certification program

Peter has developed the Team Psychological Safety Certified Practitioner program to help team leaders as well as coaches, consultants and facilitators use the concept in working with their teams. To date, 400 team enthusiasts from 15 different countries have discovered the seven elements of team psychological safety, analyzed the team report and identified approaches to accelerate their team’s progress to high performance.

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TPS Report

The Team Psychological Safety report assesses the level of psychological safety through a simple anonymous survey. The report highlights which of the 7 elements that make up team psychological safety are team strengths and where the largest opportunities for improvement are. The report also compares the team with other teams where the tool has been applied. The TPS report allows a team leader to start to work on the team development right away.

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TEAM.AS.ONE Master Facilitators

TEAM.AS.ONE has certified master facilitators in Brazil, the USA, Malaysia, Vietnam, the UK, Poland, France, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong SAR. These partners deliver the Team Psychological Safety Certified Practitioner programs in their country and certify leaders, trainers and coaches to support their teams using the principles of team psychological safety.

Philip Merry

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Singapore

Samantha Sieverling

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USA

Mark Relova

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Philippines

Patricia Ansarah

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Brazil

Marie Tseng

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Malaysia

Monica Zionede Hall

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Hong Kong

Jitra Dudsdeemaytha

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Thailand

Nidhipon Tritiptawin

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Thailand

Trong Mai

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Vietnam

Ben Solomon

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France

Kristi Alcouffe

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France

Tomasz Janiak

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Poland

Sarah Jones

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UK