Creating Psychological Safety at Work in a Knowledge Economy | Amy Edmondson, Harvard

Harvard University’s Dr. Amy Edmondson says psychological safety is mission critical for today’s knowledge economy. When employees don’t have the freedom to speak up, organization’s lose mindshare and early awareness of risks. Edmondson offers one tip for creating psychological safety: it starts with the leader.

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    added on 12 Nov, 2018

    Psychological Safety at Work does not get the required importance that it deserves…

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    added on 23 Mar, 2019

    So important to heal our current sociopathic corporate culture. Here's my experience with toxic workplace:

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    added on 19 Jan, 2020

    The psychological safety working environments requires well-intention and smart leaders, looking for easing people interaction at all leves, share ideas, and confront thoughts openly, enriching its value and engaged in its execution through purpose and passion: "Meaningful job, and meaningful relationships", Ray Dalio.

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    added on 1 Jul, 2020

    I agree with Amy on psychological safety but how we go about achieving PS is another matter. Here is a psychological safety framework or platform that I have been working on for some 30 years that I believe will make a difference if agreed to by a team.

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