Admitting mistakes openly with colleagues, managers, strangers or even normal people is not a common practice, mainly because of the fear of being criticized, blamed or even fired.
Psychological safety makes individuals feel safe for risk-taking. This allows high-performance teams to unleash their potential, helping companies become more agile, strategic and innovative.
Oh, and it also results in happier individuals.
The unwritten rules that guide our daily interactions are based in this illogical effort to try to project perfection, when you enable trust in groups so they feel free to say the craziest idea, share the latest meme or to confess some personal experiences or mistakes you are closest to set up a risk-taking atmosphere where creativity can emerge.
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