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Psychological Safety in the Workplace

31 Jan 2020 - 10:48 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership have been working with Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust on a baseline workforce survey to capture a snapshot on thoughts and experiences of ‘Psychological Safety in the Workplace’.

This survey has been designed to understand how psychologically safe you feel as an individual within your team, and workplace. This includes the environment that your team leader creates, the beliefs that you hold about your team, and finally the behaviours that you see within the teams you work with.

This survey is being sent across Greater Manchester to all those working across public services. The data received will be used to design interviews and focus groups to gather further in depth data.

Finally, from the data, actions and recommendations to help improve psychological safety across Greater Manchester will be formed.

Why fill in the survey?

  • Put forward your views
  • Suggest recommendations for positive change
  • Help shape the future of psychological safety
  • The ability to later be involved in interviews/ focus groups

To complete the survey click here

The survey will take 10 minutes of your time and your responses will be invaluable to the research and will inform the work we do to support staff in Greater Manchester. Responses will be fully confidential; they cannot be seen by any members of your team or management and cannot be attributable to any individuals.

Want to have more to say?
If you would like to be involved in the next phase of the work, and take part in any future discreet focus groups, email your name and preferred contact details to: patti.turfrey@wwl.nhs.uk

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