IT STARTS WITH THE BRAIN
ABL’s Leadership Model is that effective leadership is first defined by an understanding of the self; this provides the platform which allows for better relationships, which in turn culminates in more successful team interactions and improved organizational performance. The value of this approach, is that it creates a template for identifying and enhancing the key drivers of psychological safety, by data derived from neuroscientific research.
This is exactly what Google demonstrated in their recent report (Project Aristotle) on high performing teams in their organization. According to data from Google, the most agile and high performing teams were those with the highest sense of psychological safety. Psychological safety was defined as the ability for team members to feel a sense of trust and security within the team so that they can speak up and be themselves, without fear of retribution or ridicule. This perception of psychological safety within individuals, led to a more collaborative team and hence a more successful business unit.
ABL’s focus on identifying individual drivers of psychological safety as well as practical means for enhancing psychological safety is a means to building personal, team and business agility.
S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM Series – translating the latest neuroscience and interpreting its application to address core team issues
- S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM Assessment – uncover the hidden drivers influencing behaviors and the potential impact of these on the individual contributor and the wider team
- MBS Leadership Assessment – help your team know, measure and train their brains to build their capacity and competency with this scientifically validated assessment and training package
- S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM SOLE – scalable, self-paced online learning to create psychological safety awareness to your team.
- Brain-based Leader Certificate – Applying the key neuroscientific principles underpinning effective leadership. This online, self paced blended program is instructed by brain-based leadership expert Phil Dixon and neuroscientist Dan Radecki, PhD