Psychological Safety - Specific Standards and Abstract Ideals

I'm working on an exercise to help change agents increase the psychological safety in their organizations.  I think that there are four components that are important:

  • Specific Standards (No name calling, no physical threats)
  • Abstract Ideals (Respect, Curiosity, Appreciation, etc.)
  • Prioritizing Ideals (because they invariably conflict)
  • Holding Standards and Ideals (how do you hold people accountable to the standards and ideals)

Two questions:

  1. Does this capture the baseline set of psychological safety items that everyone should consider for their workplace?
  2. Do you have any items that you think should be on the list of specific standards -- or in the list of ideals that everyone should aspire to?

Thanks, Rob

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