'Psychological safety' at work improves productivity–here are 4 ways to get it, according to a Harvard expert

"Psychological safety" is the belief that "one's voice is welcome with bad news, questions, concerns, half-baked ideas and even mistakes," Amy Edmondson, professor of leadership and management at the Harvard Business School, tells CNBC Make It. And it's rare in many workplaces. Here's how to foster psychological safety in your own work environment.
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