in today’s episode i discuss why inclusion matters so much to psychological safety, and how to identify inclusive behaviors in your own leadership, on your team, and even from your own boss. i weave together research from amy edmondson, nika white, and timothy clark. i also share some resources you can use today to identify behaviors you can change to improve psychological safety for your team, as well as behaviors you can look for to assess your own team’s levels of inclusion with each other.
make a copy of this google form to evaluate your personal level of psychological safety on the team you’re on — the team your boss leads.
or, if you want to give your team an assessment, make a copy of this google form and survey your team. this quiz was developed by Amy Edmondson and is shared in “Psychological Safety and Learning Behavior in Work Teams,” Administrative Science Quarterly 44(2): 350-383. you can access a PDF version by following this link.
and then grab this free guide for leadership behaviors that promote inclusion and psychological safety, so you can gauge your team’s comfort by observing their behavior and rethink your own behaviors to strengthen their sense of inclusion.
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