In this episode of The Future of Leadership Podcast, Sal Silvester and Amy Edmondson dive deep into the topic of psychological safety.
Here’s some of the content and key questions they discuss:
- What does psychological safety mean?
- How it impacts a hierarchical organization
- How psychological safety applies to physical safety
- The connection/potential of diverse teams
- and so much more!
Amy Edmondson is the world renown expert on psychological safety and creating fearless organizations.
She is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School. Amy has been recognized by the biannual Thinkers50 as the #1 management thinker in 2021, and has been on that list since 2011. She was named the Most Influential International Thinker in Human Resources by HR magazine in 2019, another list she has been on several times in the past 10 years.
Her most recent book, “The Fearless Organization” offers a practical guide for organizations serious about success in the modern economy and has been translated into 15 languages. And her TED Talks provide valuable insight into team dynamics.
You don’t want to miss this amazing opportunity to learn more about Psychological Safety, and how it applies to the work place, from a such a sought after source grounded in research!
Our greatest gift as human beings is our ability to adapt.
I believe that the more we can tap into our humanity, the more successful we can be in business and beyond.
That’s why I focus so much of my work on giving leaders the roadmap needed to cultivate healthier, more aligned, deeply human workplaces.
I invite you to explore my latest book, where I explore the 6 Cs of ‘The Human Workplace Needs Model’ – including Psychological Safety.
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