Everyone benefits from psychological safety, especially as they work to learn and grow. These days leaders deserve special attention. Many are experiencing pain because they’re often caught in the middle — trying to provide psychological safety to others while protecting their own safety as they learn, grow and work in new ways.
In my Forbes article, Why leaders, as well as team members, need psychological safety, from Nov. 29, 2021, I share ways in which leaders can deal with their vulnerability in productive ways.
Connect the dots plus dot the “i”s to be more intentional, inquisitive and inclusive
How well are you tapping into the skills and wisdom you need to lead in a BANI world?
All the old playbooks are out-of-date. Instead, you need to reach inside yourself, tap into your wisdom, and connect the dots for yourself and others.
To start, you can use these 5 tips to embrace your humanity and become a better leader.