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This Google-Approved Technique Could Take Your Leadership To The Next Level

'Psychological safety' is the buzzed about concept that can make good teams, great. And women may well be the biggest winners.

By Natalie Cornish

Career

'Psychological safety' is the buzzed about concept that can make good teams, great. And women may well be the biggest winners.

By Natalie Cornish

When Google published the results of their two-year study into what makes a good team in 2015, they found one dynamic trumped all others – and naturally it quickly started to trend.

‘Psychological safety’, as Natasja Wagner, a Brisbane-based psychotherapist and counsellor, explains isn’t a new concept but has become increasingly relevant as companies aim to provide a diverse workforce with the tools they need to lean-in and speak up.

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