An article published this week on HBR.org indirectly identified another casualty of low psychological safety: future leadership.
In the article, the authors highlighted three key reasons why capable people are reluctant to lead. Laziness or inertia did not make the list, but if we give the Homer Simpson who is in all of us an opportunity to take over, his influence could be a fourth contributor!
The three causes of reluctance which were identified are:
Interpersonal risk which is the perceived or real fear of damaged relationships with our (former) peers when we are now leading themImage risk which …
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