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Amy Edmondson Nov 17
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claire 🕷 3h
If we create safe environments, great things will happen. I wish this were true in healthcare everywhere.
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Scott Morrish Nov 15
Yes, truth is easier than lies. And it's true that 'unjust' cultures make 'truth-telling' difficult-at-best, & sometime practically-impossible... resulting in more harm, risk & . This truth is the reason we need to create & nurture .
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Narcissistic Abuse Rehab 6h
In a psychologically safe space we replenish our energy heal + grow In recovery We change our inner dialogue We stop punishing ourselves for our mistakes We accept mistakes as lessons + use them to expand our understanding
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Rita Gunther McGrath Nov 16
For once so nice to see given credit for ! It looks so cool in Italian
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Anthony R Artino Jr Nov 12
In which quadrant do you spend the most time?!
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Christoph Lindinger Nov 18
If you think about psychological safety you should consider this great illustration of interconnectivity
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Bhavin Mehta Nov 17
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tyrome smith 11h
Congrats to all... will have a chance to see soon. Coming to to help us think about . Maybe we can get some others to help us learn soon... ,
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Erin Eckert 10h
Our team always highlights in our courses. Congrats to for the recognition - many thanks for your huge contributions to the fields of high-performance and !
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byrne·dean Nov 18
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Dr Sadie Thomas-Unsworth Nov 17
Perhaps meetings would serve us better if we saw them primarily as opportunities to create rather than for decision making. Meetings as vehicles for building understanding of the problem and forging relationships.
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Suzanne Matthiessen Nov 17
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Meg David Nov 17
This sums up beautifully. I can see it as a placemat in the mornings!
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Dr.Patricia Thompson Nov 17
Do you suffer from a lack of psychological safety in the workplace? This article details how it holds workers back and how leaders need to step up and nurture this important element to gain greater producti...
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Michael Binzer Nov 17
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angela aristidou 33m
Couldn’t have gone to a more well-deserving idea, and person!!!
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Maryam Umar Nov 12
Today was an incredible day for me. I shared my vulnerability at work. And now I can take my whole self to work.
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Nouman Ashraf 11h
Congratulations, Amy! Your work on has transformed my teaching & coaching. What tremendous impact you’ve enabled! 🙌🏽
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Medled 14h
Any patient abusing staff will first be issued a disciplinary yellow card and a verbal warning, followed by a final red card that means treatment will be withdrawn as soon as is safe.
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