Moral Injury at Work, and the Storied Path to Resilience

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Strategies leaders can take to prevent moral injury from having a lasting, negative effect on their organization.

Moral injury is a form of trauma that can occur in any workplace. It is often a result of someone witnessing or participating in a behavior that goes against their beliefs or values. This can cause an employee to feel isolated and be less motivated and engaged at work — and it can have a lasting, negative impact on an organization. NLI’s David Rock and Joy VerPlanck offer strategies leaders can take to help improve organizational resiliency to moral injury and make sure employees feel heard. Read more in Fast Company.

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