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How to create psychological safety at work

  • Build self-awareness in your team (recognizing how you prefer to think and behave)
  • Demonstrate concern for team members as people.
  • Ask for questions, different viewpoints, and considerations that have not yet been voiced.
  • Provide multiple ways for employees to share their thoughts.
  • Show appreciation for ideas.
  • Encourage team members to use positive language to inspire honest conversations.
  • Be precise with information, expectations, and commitments.
  • Be clear about what changed and why and give your team members time to process the change.
  • Own up to mistakes and celebrate failures as learnings.

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