by Michael Grubich, Kery Mortenson, Lynn Miller, Karen Waterlander, Alison Cowan, Jane Shlaes, Amy Cooper, Azizeh Elias Constantinescu

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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.

What if everyone in your organization came to work with the belief and confidence they could be their true authentic self, and have the freedom to speak up about their work without fear of negative consequences?


This goes to the core belief system of those who lead people in your business and how they are wired. How many of your leaders create psychologically safe places for their teams to thrive?

This Learning Circle – Culture Shaping is produced by Executive Learning Exchange.

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Lynn Miller
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