Psychological safety: A driver of workplace dynamics and wellbeing

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The concept of safety in the organizational context emphasizes creating a work environment where individuals feel comfortable expressing their ideas and concerns.

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Recent studies have shown a connection between psychological and physical safety. “Psychological safety” refers to the extent to which individuals believe they can take risks without facing humiliation, rejection or punishment. This can contribute to improved mental and physical wellbeing, increased productivity and creativity, and enhanced teamwork and collaboration—while its absence can lead to increased stress, anxiety and burnout.

What does psychological safety mean?

Psychological safety, a term coined by Amy Edmondson in 1999, is

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