The systemic assessment of developing and creating psychological safety represents a construct model that requires the intervener to have a sense of appreciation, love, honor, dignity, and respect for life and others in order to create the space whereby psychological safety can flourish. By coupling the internal state of the intervener with the processes and sources of psychological safety it is the organizational context where this takes place as the social system begins to function effectively as a social system. Therefore, a distinction must be made within the dynamics of systems, because an organization is in fact a social system yet it can function as a mechanical system using Newtonian methodologies by treating people (employees) as parts. The Newtonian mindset utilizes people to fuel economic empire building by discarding employees without fully considering what that means to the employee as an individual, their family, and the community they belong to. Thus, a more holistic approach should be utilized that focuses upon how effective are the functional interrelationships between all employees, leaders and stakeholders.
One aspect of creating psychological safety is that no one is penalized…[ad_2]
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