In this time of political unrest, social discourse, broken social trust and a global pandemic some imperatives are bubbling to the surface.

When you create a psychologically safe work environment where people are free to speak up, you not only create a better work environment, you also spark innovation and boost performance.

Imagine a workplace where people can bring their whole selves to work everyday and let their voices be heard fully and freely. Imagine employees can be counted on to point out potential errors, admit mistakes, speak up about inequity and challenge the status-quo. 

Imagine a fearless organization where inclusion, equity and diversity thrive

Welcome to the Fearless Bookclub

On-demand or custom bookclub discussion series

Inspired by The Fearless Organization by Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School, this 4-session FEARLESS bookclub series is designed for leaders who are committed to creating a workplace where people can bring their full selves to work every day, offer wild ideas, admit failures and tap into their full potential.

Why is psychological safety important in a knowledge economy?

BookClub Features

What you get when you register

  • 4x 45-minute interviews with international business leaders on how to create psychological safety in the workplace

  • Discussion guide for each chapter of the Fearless Organization book

  • Online discussion forum to share best practices

  • Complimentary Psychological Safety assessment

Guest Speakers

“Adam is working with colleagues and business leaders to define and execute an Elsevier I&D strategy with accountability, meaningful progress and practical action; creating a more diverse, innovative, psychologically safe and inclusive workplace.”

Head of Inclusion & Diversity, Elsevier

Adam Travis

“Regan's diverse educational experiences, including Fearless Organizations, the Inner MBA program, narrative and co-active coaching, interpersonal neurobiology, relational intelligence, and attachment theory, underpin her approach to creating psychological safety in organizations.”

Executive Coach & Licensed Therapist

Regan Stein

“Martijn works with organisations on the intersection of strategy and psychology to deliver high-performance. He qualified as a psychotherapist since he found out that your parents have regularly got more influence on your business results than you do.”

Co-Founder, The Fearless Organization

Martijn Sjoorda

Course Outline

  • 01

    Welcome

    • Getting started

    • Introduce yourself

  • 02

    Week 1: The Underpinning and The Paper Trail

    • Introduction

    • Join Us Here on TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 2021 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET

    • Zoom Recording

    • Discussion Forum

  • 03

    Week 2: Avoidable Failure & Dangerous Silence

    • Introduction

    • Join Us Here on TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 2021 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET

    • Zoom Recording

    • Discussion Forum

  • 04

    Week 3: The Fearless Workplace and Safe & Sound

    • Introduction

    • Join Us Here on TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 2021 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET

    • Zoom Recording

    • Discussion Forum

    • Additional Resources

  • 05

    Week 4: Making it Happen and What’s Next 

    • Introduction

    • Join Us Here on TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2021 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET

    • Zoom Recording

    • Discussion Forum

  • 06

    Week 5: Bonus Session

    • Introduction

    • Join Us Here on TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2021 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET

    • Discussion Forum

Bookclub Registration Fee $250.00

Questions? Contact Sandy Asch

Your Bookclub Facilitator

Meet Sandy Asch

Sandy Asch is a TEDx Speaker, best-selling author, RESILIENCE thought leader and woman of influence award winner. Her book, ROAR, was named by INC magazine as one of the best business books written by a woman. Over the past 20 years, through keynote presentations and workshops, 40,000+ leaders in 50 countries and 6 languages have implemented Sandy’s ideas to embrace change, manage work-life balance and be more resilient - to ROAR with purpose and passion.

Sandy Asch