Psychological safety was coined in 1965 by Edgar Schein and Warren Bennis and has since been advanced rather famously by Amy Edmondson at Harvard Business School. That said, it didn’t become part of the business leaders’ lexicon until Google identified it as critical to high-performing teams as part of its Project Aristotle. Understanding the value […]
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