While a tool can run a workshop on psychological safety, there are several benefits to working with a consultant that a tool may not be able to provide:
Expertise: A psychological safety consultant has specialized knowledge and experience in understanding and improving the dynamics of teams. They can provide insights and guidance that a tool may not be able to offer.
Objectivity: An external consultant brings an unbiased perspective to the team's dynamics, which can be especially useful when addressing issues that may be sensitive or difficult to address internally. A tool may not be able to provide this level of objectivity.
Tailored Solutions: A consultant can work with the team to understand their specific needs and challenges and develop customized solutions that are tailored to the team's unique situation. A tool may not be able to provide this level of customization.
Implementation Support: A consultant can help leaders and team members to understand how to implement the solutions and to provide support during the implementation process. A tool may not be able to provide this level of support.
Measurable Results: A consultant can help track and measure the progress of the team, and provide feedback on the results of the solutions implemented, so that organizations can see the improvement in the team's performance and well-being. A tool may not be able to provide this level of measurement and feedback.
Facilitation: A consultant can facilitate the workshop, help participants to engage and interact with each other, and manage group dynamics. A tool may not be able to provide this level of facilitation.
Overall, while a tool can run a workshop on psychological safety, it may not be able to provide the same level of expertise, objectivity, tailored solutions, implementation support, measurable results, and facilitation that a consultant can offer.