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Improve Boardroom Psychological Safety

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A new report from People + Science on boardroom psychological safety and performance highlights that only 4 out of 10 board members feel psychologically safe and only 3 out of 10 feel high levels of trust for their fellow decision-makers. Psychological safety has been found to be highly correlated to quality boardroom decision-making, as such psychological safety is necessary for board effectiveness. To download the full report, head to https://www.6peas.com.au/product/people-science-psychological-safety-benchmark-2020-2021-aust/ 
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By Samantha McGolrick

18 October 2021



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