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  • Wednesday, May 15, 2024
  • 10:00am – 10:55am
  • FREE
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How safe do you feel at work? Do you feel comfortable contributing ideas and thoughts about projects and processes at work? Workplace psychological safety is a concept that reflects how safe employees feel in expressing their ideas, asking questions, and admitting mistakes without fear of punishment or humiliation. It is an integral component for fostering an environment of open communication, innovation, and continuous improvement. Workplace psychological safety is closely tied to project work and team work, and there are many similarities between psychological safety practices and the Agile method. In this session, we will explore those similarities and how you might invite a psychologically safe workplace.

This project management conversation will use guided questions to engage the audience throughout the hour. Bring your real-life case studies, share successful strategies, and lessons learned from past experiences. These open office hours are designed to be a space for learning opportunities, community discussion, and sharing of ideas and practices in how to manage any library project. This session will not be recorded.  

Minitex Conversations are an opportunity to meet with Minitex staff on an informal basis to ask questions, learn more about a particular topic, and connect with others.


Staff contact
Carla Pfahl

Outreach & Instruction Librarian, AskMN Coordinator