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High-performing teams need psychological safety

Truly collaborative environments allow teams to take advantage of inclusivity and perspective taking, leading to creative problem-solving (Practice P1) and the ability to navigate unintended consequences (Practice P2). In this Harvard Business Review article, author Laura Delizonna describes the role of psychological safety within teams and six steps leaders can take to support psychological safety in their teams.


   10 minutes

   By: Harvard Business Review, Laura Delizonna

   Leader-prep | Lifelong learners

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