The most successful teams have one thing in common: psychological safety — the belief that you won’t be punished when you make a mistake.

Studies show that this behaviour – that of speaking your mind without fear – leads to breakthroughs, more productivity and higher levels of wellbeing.

So, how can you increase psychological safety in your team, department and organisation? Hear from Jamie Broadley, NHS Wellbeing Lead and sports coach, as he explains why this isn’t just another wellbeing buzzword.

Based on his unique experience supporting front line NHS workers throughout the coronavirus peak, Jamie covers key topics in this session, including:

  • Real-world examples: The impact of psychological safety on teams
  • How to increase psychological safety (and measure it)
  • Why this matters for your organisation

The session concluded with a Q&A. Attendees of the live session were able to pose their own questions.

If you work in workplace wellbeing, or any of the following roles, this session is ideal for you:

  • HR professionals
  • Wellbeing leads
  • Reward and benefits professionals
  • CEOs and business owners


Download the following slides, guides and accompanying resources:


Jamie Broadley – Staff Wellbeing Lead for NHS Derbyshire

Supporting 30,000 frontline staff across NHS Derbyshire, Jamie is instrumental in championing wellbeing through training, workshops and campaigns. Bringing an abundance of wellbeing experience, much of it gained during the epidemic’s peak, Jamie joins the session to reveal practical insight into building psychologically safe workplaces.

Harry Bliss – Co-founder and CEO for Champion Health

After losing a friend and mentor to suicide, Harry set out to change and save lives by building the Champion Health platform. As co-founder and CEO of Champion, and with a background in workplace health, Harry is well-placed to host this session and provide a sneak peek into Champion’s updated platform.