Most executives know employees won’t be at their best if they are constantly yelled at or live in continual fear of being fired or laid off. The importance of psychological safety has started to permeate leadership ranks, along with the knowledge that people retreat to the reduced thinking of “fight or flight” when threatened.
But our research uncovered a less-obvious version of fear that gets in the way of invention and agility.
Share this article Share on linkedin Share on facebook Share on twitter Every person deserves the freedom to show up as their true self. And when employees bury their identities, it speaks volumes about the level of psychological safety in your workplace. When people choose not to reveal parts of their identity, they’re telling you […]