Episode 5: How to Make Better Mistakes
Psychological safety is the belief that you can bring your whole self to work, and speak up with ideas and feedback – as well as make mistakes – without fear of punishment. But, how do you do that if you don’t trust your boss or your co-workers?
In this episode we explore what makes some work environments open and collaborative, and others closed-off and fear-inducing – and how to deal with either scenario.
- Harvard Professor Amy Edmondson explains the meaning of ‘psychological safety’, the term she coined, and explains how organizations – and we – can become fear-free in our work. @AmyCEdmondson @HarvardHBS
- Former Google executive Geoff Ho and author of Meltdown Chris Clearfield discuss how sharing mistakes at work can make the difference between success and failure. @ChrisClearfield
- Kim Scott, author of Radical Candor gives us the tools to start having hard conversations with our colleagues and bosses, so we can cultivate more trusting and strong working relationships. @kimballscott
- Scott and Benjamin Granger explain the importance of giving and receiving feedback, and how we can get better at doing both. @Qualtrics
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