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Psychological safety is defined as a shared belief held by members of a team that it's OK to take risks, show up authentically, express their ideas and concerns, and speak up with questions without fear of negative consequences.
When it comes to building psychologically safe teams, leaders can find it challenging to know where to start. Also, leaders' view of their own leaders is disconnected from how their team actually views their leadership style.
So, how can you reflect on your leadership style and its impact on building psychologically safe teams?
Well, I have a FREE reflection guide; 10 Questions to Build a Leadership Environment that is Psychologically Safe, that will support you!
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