Imagine a diverse workplace in which all employees felt a genuine sense of inclusion and belonging. It’s unlikely you work in such an organisation today. But it’s clear that every organisation, public and private sector alike, is increasingly aware of the need to get to work on making this a reality.
This article, written by Amy Edmondson and published in Psychology Today, recognises that a diverse workforce and psychological safety go hand in hand for a safer workplace.
The role of psychological safety in diversity and inclusion (June 2020) https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/the-fearless-organization/202006/the-role-psychological-safety-in-diversity-and-inclusion
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