Accountability vs. Psychological Safety with Dr. Amy Edmondson

Is it time for the pendulum to swing back toward a focus on performance and less on people?

Many leaders today feel the pendulum has swung too far toward the employee, and cringe when they hear about increasing psychological safety.

Are they right, or are they missing something important here? Are these two ideas in opposition? Is it possible to truly have one without the other?

Join Dr. Amy Edmondson and Dr. David Rock as they robustly debate these and other important questions.

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