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It is widely accepted that psychological safety is the perception of whether it is safe or risky to show the authentic self. 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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