Psychological Safety for High-performing Teams – What is it?

by Newt Moore, Alex Draper, Marge Feely

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Several organizations are adopting a physiologically safe environment, we are seeing more corporate learning and collaboration leaders share their experiences. This podcast is a group of passionate leaders describing their perspectives and stories on what it is and what it isn’t.

Psychological safety has been around since the 1990’s, when Amy Edmondson was researching what led to high performing teams in hospitals. It grew in popularity when Google’s Project Aristotle uncovered that the number one contributing factor to the highest performing teams was the team having psychological safety.

Gain insights for a compelling look at creating innovative environments where collaboration and new ideas can thrive as we define what psychologically safe environments are and what they are not.

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