It’s vital for making mistakes and learning from them.
It’s not a new idea.
Hard to give. Easy to take away.
Children have a lot. It’s usually drummed out of them at school.
Adults don’t have much. People who do are seen as “brave”, “courageous”, “bold”.
It’s infectious. People who work with those with a lot of psychological safety, begin to feel safer.
- Managing the risk of learning: Psychological safety in work teams – Amy C. Edmondson Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
- Psychological Safety: The History, Renaissance, and Future of an Interpersonal Construct
- High-Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety. Here’s How to Create It – Hbr.org
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