The Essentials: Psychological Safety

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Achieving a psychologically safe workplace is possible, but first, here’s what you need to know.

Psychological safety, or the notion that employees can speak up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes without the fear of repercussions and judgment, is vital for organizational performance. It allows teams to be more agile, innovative, and effective. But according to recent NLI research, more than half of individual contributors feel low psychological safety. Fortunately, with the right tools, a psychologically safe workplace is possible.

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