What if everyone in your organization came to work with the belief and confidence, they could be their true authentic selves and have the freedom to speak up about their work without fear of negative consequences? Psychologically Safety—thanks to Amy Edmundson and Project Aristotle at Google is now something we can’t ignore.
What we will explore together:
Neuroscience has made clear–we’re just people. Your organizations are just a bunch of people who work together. All of us have basic needs, and it’s up to the organization and the leaders within to treat people as they can be most engaged. Currently, the war on talent has created a workplace with more job openings than people to fill them, so the consequences of not moving to a people-first culture will mean you miss out in the long run on the best talent. A Psychologically Safety workplace goes beyond the values that we write on our websites and walls. It goes to the core belief system of those who lead people in your business and how we work effectively. How many of your leaders create psychologically safe places for their teams to thrive?
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