B.E. GOOD! Podcast | Amy Edmondson: From Psychological Safety To Organizational Performance

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On our next episode we speak to Amy Edmondson, the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School and author of the books Teaming and The Fearless Organization.  In this episode we dive into:

  • The importance of psychological safety within organizations and its direct link to preventing failures.
  • Why organizations fail at psychological safety, including why employees fail to use their voice.
  • The best nudges to support the behaviors that lead to psychological safety in organizations.
  • Advice for leaders navigating the uncertainty of today’s world.

To learn more about Amy Edmondson and her publications, you can visit her HBS profile page here.

You can also download the transcript of the podcast episode:

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