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238: The Growing Psychological Safety Disconnect Between Leaders And Employees with Julie Kratz

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Psychological safety, defined simply, is the ability to say or do hard things without the fear of retaliation at work. In a competitive labor market, it is a must-have, not a nice-to-have. Julie breaks down new research showing:

  • 42% of managers feel psychologically safe compared to 57% of executives
  • 40% of leaders agreed that if they made a mistake, it would be held against them
  • 53% of employees feel safe to take a risk versus 76% of executives
  • 68% of employees agreed that no one on their teams would deliberately undermine them

Read more on Forbes here and find Julie at www.nextpivotpoint.com.

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Psychological safety, defined simply, is the ability to say or do hard things without the fear of retaliation at work. In a competitive labor market, it is a must-have, not a nice-to-have. Julie breaks down new research showing:

  • 42% of managers feel psychologically safe compared to 57% of executives
  • 40% of leaders agreed that if they made a mistake, it would be held against them
  • 53% of employees feel safe to take a risk versus 76% of executives
  • 68% of employees agreed that no one on their teams would deliberately undermine them

Read more on Forbes here and find Julie at www.nextpivotpoint.com.

  continue reading

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