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Originally, psychological safety referred to whether authentity would cause negative social consequences. However, the definition has evolved to encompass a team’s commonly held perceptions and beliefs about their relationships with others. Simply put, it’s the degree to which individuals can show up as themselves – contributing, sharing, and questioning freely without fear of negative judgement or consequence from others. 

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  • What psychological safety is and how it's manifested in the brain;
  • How psychological safety is manifested in the brain;
  • How psychological safety impacts us at a neurochemical level thus impacting our emotional, mental and physical health.

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