This seminar is part of the live program and will be recorded during March 2-4. We will publish the recorded seminar here one day after it has been broadcasted.
WHAT: This session focuses on psychological safety and powerdynamics in co-produced improvement work. We will interactively introduce the use of the power triangle reflection model. The model, based on Franzén’s power triangle, is further developed from ESTHER improvement coaches’ perceptions in Sweden.
WHY: The relationship between caregivers and users is asymmetric. Power imbalances as well as caregivers’ attitudes and fear of losing power can hinder co-production and allow the asymmetric power relationship to persist.The underlying power imbalance needs to be addressed and challenged to create an equal and reciprocal relationship between professionals and users.
Power is seen as the possibility to influence.
After this session, participants will be able to reflect on:
- The use of the power triangle in co-production
- Creatíng more psychological safety in co-production
- Their own needs to feel safe in co-production