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One of the best ways to increase psychological safety is to be transparent. Whether it's performance feedback, organizational politics, budgets, promotions or layoffs, people like to feel heard and listened to. Transparency gives members of an organization answers to vague questions that are important and cause anxiety.What is psychological safety in the workplace?
Psychological safety is a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. It can be defined as "being able to show and employ one's self without fear of negative consequences of self-image, status or career" (Kahn 1990, p. 708). In psychologically safe teams, team members feel accepted and respected.Why is psychological safety more important than trust?
Although psychological safety is easier to develop and maintain when there is trust and respect amongst the team members, these are two different concepts. Psychological safety is a function of the group whereas trust is between two individuals. Psychological safety describes an immediate experience while trust is about some future moment.